Biological pest management products are taking the seed industry by storm. [continue reading]
Is the EPA thinking about imposing new regulations focused on seed treatment products? [continue reading]
Water-limited conditions are highlighting the need to develop drought-tolerant technologies. [continue reading]
The UN releases recommendations to advance its vision for a sustainable planet.·[continue reading]
Part one of an in-depth three-part series focused on how to find and keep new employees. [continue reading]
The Global Crop Diversity Trust explores the challenges with global funding to improve nutrition. [continue reading]
The new and improved SeedConnect web portal is a central hub for international seed publications. [continue reading]
DEPARTMENTS SEPT 2012 | FEATURES | HISTORY | NEWS
From freedom rides to tractor crankin’, members of the seed industry are showing their passionate sides by weaving hobbies and industry together and coming up with unique, fun, family-oriented events.
The seed industry aims to ease the transition of seed technology once patents expire. During the past year and a half, a core group of individuals representing the U.S. seed industry have been working through the details of creating a framework to help transition from patented to generic biotech events. [continue reading]
As the American Seed Trade Association Management Academy celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary, it is a reminder that educating employees is more important than ever before.
The Future Seed Executives Committee (FuSE) Campus Connections program wrapped up its sixth annual program this year in National Harbor, MD. In the face of an aging industry, events such as this foster recruitment and education of both students and young professionals and are more critical ethan ever before.·[continue reading]
Blake Curtis of Curtis & Curtis Inc. is bringing his experience as an owner of an innovative seed business to his new role as incoming chairman of the American Seed Trade Association.
Countries worldwide are making progress on protecting intellectual property rights, creating opportunities and benefits for seed companies in the United States.
Andrew Lauver - The Future Giants of the Seed Industry award annually recognizes an individual who is in the graduation year of his/her post-secondary program who plans to enter the seed industry. The award is given to an individual who shows the potential to make a significant contribution to the industry.
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