Agriculture Sector

In a Second Such Incident in About One Year, Banned GM Wheat Found in US State

In a Second Such Incident in About One Year, Banned GM Wheat Found in US State For the second time banned genetically modified (GM) wheat has been discovered growing in the U.S fields. The first instance was in Oregon about a year back and the latest one has been spotted in Montana.

Above Average Apple Crop Expected by New York Growers

Above Average Apple Crop Expected by New York GrowersThe 2014 apple picking season started officially on August 15 in New York and the apple growers expect a bumper crop this year too keeping close to last year's record harvest.

Michigan Expects a Bumper Apple Crop

Michigan Expects a Bumper Apple CropThe severe weather in winter and the pola

Tour Samples Show Harvest Looks Great, Corn Prices Drop

Tour Samples Show Harvest Looks Great, Corn Prices DropOn Monday US wheat futures dropped and gave up the brawny gains it had made in the last two sessions which were initiated by fears of possible disruptions in supply from the Black Sea.

U.S Record Output Eases Corn and Raises Soy from Contract Low

U.S Record Output Eases Corn and Raises Soy from Contract LowOn Wednesday the price for U. S. soybean moved up and the market took a sigh of relief after the crop faced loss for two day which resulted in a fall of the new crop prices too, to a contract low during last session when a report released y the government forecast a record production.

After Its Highest Gain Since April Wheat Declines on Supply Outlook

After Its Highest Gain Since April Wheat Declines on Supply OutlookOn Thursday price of wheat eased in the U. S the first time in seven sessions when the market took a break after hiking to its highest point in more than a month in the last session on worries over the possible supply disturbances in the Black Sea region.

On Wednesday, corn which increased about 2 percent also lessened and so did soybean.

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