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Partnership to Provide Near Real-Time Pest Data

Spensa Technologies Inc., a precision agriculture technology company, and Spectrum Seed, a premium, non-GMO seed company, announced a partnership that allows corn growers in the Midwest the ability to collect important pest population data for insects such as corn earworm, western bean cutworm and European corn borer in near real-time, powered by Spensa’s Z-Trap Network.
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From the Desk of Darrell Bruggink

No-Tillers Move Away from Glyphosate-Tolerant Crops

As the use of Roundup Ready crops decline, growers are turning to LibertyLink and non-GMO traits, while the use of insecticides and fungicides is also trending downward.
As the use of Roundup Ready crops decline, growers are turning to LibertyLink and non-GMO traits, while the use of insecticides and fungicides is also trending downward.
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Fighting Weeds, Boosting Profits With Non-GMOs

Consumer demand, lower seed costs and weed resistance are driving many no-tillers to explore opportunities with non-GMO corn and soybeans.
While the debate about genetically modified crops and labeling rages on among state and federal lawmakers, many no-tillers are quietly shifting their production to non-GMO corn and soybeans and raking in premiums and profits.
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From the Desk of Laura Allen

New Opportunities With Non-GMOs

Last month, Vermont became the first state to require labeling of genetically engineered foods, also known as GMOs. The law won’t take effect until July 1, 2016 — if it ever happens. A federal bill introduced recently would ban states from passing such laws, and Vermont is preparing for a battle in court with the food industry.
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How Do I No-Till Non-GMOs Again? - Scott Odle - NNTC 2016 Presentation - MP3 Download

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In a year of tight margins, planting non-GMO corn can offer tremendous cost savings. Dust off the old thinking cap and refresh your memory on how to manage herbicide and insecticide programs with non-GMO or conventional corn. Scott Odle, president of Spectrum Seed Solutions, addresses important herbicide considerations and look at varying pesticide management practices for no-tilling non-GMOs. A no-tiller and cover crop user, Odle also discusses his herbicide timing, drift management and ways to keep the plant healthy to reduce insect pressure on his 2,500-acre farm in Linden, Ind.

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