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Brian Ottis

Brinkley’s Bob Kemmer checks the hitch on his levee plow before seeding rice levees. Kemmer said a dry early spring allowed him to get a good start on his planting. As seed technology has advanced over the years, planting methods have changed as well.
Agriculture & Poultry

Seed Science Blossoms Into Big Business

In today’s world of specific-trait, genetically modified and hybrid crops, those seeds are worth their weight (at least) in gold, and in the span of a generation, seed costs have increased exponentially, but in many cases the resulting crops offset that input cost. read more >