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McGill Discovery Should Save Wheat Farmers Millions

The global wheat industry sometimes loses as much as $1 billion a year because prolonged rainfall and high humidity contribute to grains germinating before they are fully mature. The result is both a lower yield of wheat and grains of inferior quality.
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No-Till Will Play Role in Battling Climate Change

Nearly 80% of Americans believe temperatures are definitely on the rise. Yet, very few members of the general public understand the key role that no-tillage will play in battling global warming over the next 90 years.
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Syngenta: New Studies Show Atrazine Safe

In a scientific meeting convened by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today, scientists for Syngenta presented data that more closely replicate real-world exposure, supporting the safety of the trusted herbicide atrazine.
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Finding Cyanazine Options

For the first time, the maximum labeled rate of cyan­azine will fall to 3 pounds of active ingredient per acre in 1998. As a result of an agreement between the Environmental Protection Agency and DuPont, products like Bladex, Extrazine II, Cy-Pro and Cy-Pro AT that contain this ingredient are being phased out.
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