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God has and will accomplish everything He set out to do
9/7/2017
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Campus Chatter - August 6, 2017
9/7/2017
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After 22 months, big DowDupont merger complete
It’s official: After nearly 22 months of intense worldwide regulatory scrutiny, the $130 billion merger of the Dow Chemical Co. with the DuPont Co. is now complete, effective August 31.
9/6/2017
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Crop insurance survey polls farmers in Iowa & Michigan
Michigan State University researchers have published a survey of farmers about their use of crop insurance, a tool the researchers say is becoming increasingly important.
9/6/2017
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Indiana board votes dicamba into ‘restricted use’ category
The Indiana Pesticide Review Board voted unanimously on August 30 to classify dicamba as a restricted use pesticide (RUP) in the state.
9/6/2017
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Dicamba talk in the wind at 64th Farm Progress Show
Wind-carried dicamba drift incidents have been wreaking havoc on non-Xtend or Enlist soybeans across much of the Southeast and Midwest this year. On the first day of the 64th Farm Progress Show in Decatur last week, talk of dicamba-related damage took place from gate to gate.
9/6/2017
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Double Up nutrition assistance expanding in Michigan market
A fresh produce program benefiting people receiving food assistance and farmers across the nation is expanding in Michigan and two other states.
9/6/2017
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Senators address opioid problems in rural places
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.), along with Senate Agriculture Committee Chair Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), announced a bipartisan package of legislation aimed at combating substance abuse in rural communities.
8/31/2017
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Patience and safety emphasized during tomato harvest field day
Row crop farmers know this year’s planting season was disrupted, and tomato growers are no exception – at a recent Red Gold field day, industry experts explained to producers new and recurring challenges to expect during the upcoming harvest.
8/31/2017
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