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New University of Illinois sweet corn research shows that higher yield and profitability are possible with greater plant populations of certain hybrids.
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BELLINGHAM, Wash., Oct. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On October 20th, the Vertically Integrated Partnership (including Annie's Fun, Sodexo, Hirai Farms, National Frozen Foods, etc.) donated 8,000 pounds of sweet corn to the Bellingham Food Bank.
Transgenic corn's resistance to pests has benefitted even non-transgenic corn, a new study led by scientists from the University of Minnesota shows.
Widespread planting of genetically modified Bt corn throughout the Upper Midwest has suppressed populations of the European corn borer, a major insect pest of corn, with the majority of the economic benefits going to growers who do not plant Bt corn.
Scientists are reporting for the first time that the use of weed killers in farmers' fields boosts the nutritional value of an important food a crop.
Health expert and registered dietitian provides pointers for better food choices for kids WASHINGTON, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- At the first sign of summer, children dive into the pool, head to the park, and grab food on the way out.
Corn with twice its usual content of protein and oil and about half its usual carbohydrate content is what Daniel Gallie, professor of biochemistry, will present at a congressional seminar in Washington, D.C., this week.
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