All news articles for April 2019

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Spring storms, wet fields may delay US planting

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The planting pace remains slow for corn and other feed grains as weather considerations raise questions about the potential for acres to switch to crops with shorter growing times, says analyst.

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BioMar probe shows its soy suppliers are legally compliant

By Jane Byrne

A BioMar investigation has found no intent or negligence on the part of its Brazilian suppliers of non-GMO, certified soy - Caramuru, Selecta and Imcopa - in terms of environmental or social legislation violations.

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China launches probe into alleged methionine dumping

By Jane Byrne

China's Ministry of Commerce has just announced anti-dumping investigations concerning the import of the essential amino acid, methionine, from Japan, Malaysia and Singapore.