THERE has never been a spring planting season like this one. Rivers topped their banks. Levees were breached. Fields filled with water and mud. And it kept raining.
WHILE most crop markets had a lacklustre 2018, wheat enjoyed a rally. But those gains look like they may be fleeting.
MIKE AMMETER barely received a drop of rain on his Alberta farm all summer. Now, wet and snowy weather has kept him from harvesting his crops for five weeks.
[NEW YORK] US environmental regulators are under increasing pressure over a controversial pesticide known for laying waste to nearby crops as well as the harmful weeds it is meant to control.
[SAO PAULO] Brazilian farmers sped up soy and corn plantings this week for the country's next grain crop, under favorable weather conditions and a positive market outlook, despite a sharp...