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Fair and show grants up for grabs, for Michigan groups
State officials have announced two competitive grant opportunities, one for Michigan county fairs and another for shows and expositions.
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Take Action efforts expand to Bt corn insecticide resistance
 Take Action, an initiative founded by the soy checkoff to combat pesticide resistance, is expanding to promote practices that can counter potential insecticide resistance, especially in Bt corn.
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Kentucky OKs applications for hemp growers and processors
 For the upcoming year, 225 applications were accepted to cultivate up to 12,018 acres of industrial hemp in Kentucky for research purposes. There was more than 681,000 square feet of greenhouse space appropriated for indoor growers.
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Indiana Farm Bureau puts forth its llegislative priorities for '18
Hundreds of Indiana farmers and others connected with the state agriculture industry gathered earlier this month in Indianapolis to hear the Indiana Farm Bureau (IFB) identify its legislative priorities for 2018: Protection of livestock operation, improving rural quality of life, limiting annexation and ensuring assessment uniformity.
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True friends of farmers, pair tries to create better soybeans

Among the things plaguing soybean farmers today is the destructive disease called phytophthora root and stem rot. Phytophthora thrives in wet, warm soil, particularly poorly draining soil.
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Cost control, preservation of capital important for farmers

 The U.S. agricultural economy may have a tough time keeping up with what are expected to be healthy foreign and domestic economies in 2018, according to a longtime Purdue University professor.
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