Thursday, October 23, 2014


Protecting Pollinators Part 5 – Science and Stewardship

Over the course of Seed World’s Protecting Pollinators series, we have discussed the current state of honey bee health, the many stressors impacting honey bees, as well the different initiatives, both from the seed industry and non-industry, that are being undertaken to improve the health of honey bee colonies across the country. In this installment of the Protecting Pollinators series we will examine the current initiatives aimed towards improving the relationship of honey bees and crop protection products.  Read More Here.


Unlocking the Full Genetic Potential of Plants– Increased genome sequencing is opening the door to unique possibilities for plant breeding and research. [continue reading]


Using TALENs and CRISPRs in Crop Development – Recently developed techniques could mean a host of new traits moving into crops faster, easier and more economically. [continue reading]



Ensuring Seed Quality – New technologies and evolving testing methods are helping growers get more from their seed. [continue reading]


New Equipment Promises Even More Efficiency – How new equipment technologies can improve operations in your seed business. [continue reading]


A Systems Approach to Corn and Soybeans – Looking at the big picture—the way we sell seed is changing. [continue reading]


Expanding Business InternationallySeed World columnist Dennis Thompson shares his thoughts on doing business abroad. [continue reading]


Breaking Through Growing Consumer Skepticism - The Center for Food Integrity shares its latest research and recommendations for building consumer trust. [continue reading]



Cross Pollination


World Status

Regulatory Roundup

Industry News



Protecting Pollinators Part 4 – Initiatives Aiding Honey Bee Health

Declining populations in pollinating species around the globe have caused pollinator health to become a much-debated topic in both public and scientific communities. And while all pollinators play a vital role in our ecosystem, Apis mellifera, the western honey bee, has taken top priority in many research labs across the country due to the critical pollination services it provides to North America’s agriculture industryPart four of Seed World’s Protecting Pollinators series. Read More Here.


Giant Views of the Industry: Fueling Excitement  Seed professionals are rising to the many challenges shaping the industry. Our 2013 panel of Giants share their thoughts on the future direction of the seed industry. [continue reading]



Drought and Pests Drive Innovations in CornA look at the forces driving new developments in the corn seed traits and genetics pipeline. [continue reading]


Forage Trends for 2014 and BeyondForage companies continue to expand seed options, building portfolios which increase productivity for growers. [continue reading]


All Eyes on the United StatesAs leaders in biotechnology adoption, the U.S. seed industry has faced many hurdles and scrutiny by the public. [continue reading]


A Promising Future Public funding for plant breeding is needed to ensure that the U.S. continues to be a leader. [continue reading]

Seed Treatments

The Guide to Seed Treatment Stewardship is the product of industry-wide collaboration between seed companies, seed treatment providers and universities – and it draws from data collected worldwide. Jointly produced by the American Seed Trade Association and CropLife America, its purpose is to provide farmers and seed companies with critical information and up-to-date guidelines for managing treated seeds effectively to minimize the risk of exposure to non-target organisms.

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Protecting Pollinators Part 3 – Crop Protectants and Honey Bee Health

Commercial beekeepers across North America have been witnessing losses of honey bee colonies for several years now. While neonicotinoid-based pesticides have taken much of the blame publicly, honey bee experts caution that the relationship between crop protection products and bee health is extremely complicated and research is still in its infancy. Part three of Seed World’s Protecting Pollinators series. Read More Here.



Protecting Pollinators Part 2 – Bee Health Stressors

Part two of Seed World’s Protecting Pollinators series delves into the combination of stressors affecting honey bee health and threatening the honey bee pollination industry, potentially placing our global food supply at risk. Read More Here.




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