Commodities

Crops Commodities
Corn

Combating the variety of diseases and stresses that negatively impact corn plants is fundamental to crop success.  

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Cotton

One of the most important factors in cotton production is increasing square retention and boll development. 

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Peanut

Peanut growers face many challenges ranging from disease control to moisture levels in the soil, fertility, and other abiotic stresses that can affect the growth and yield.

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Rice

Rice is a grain crop particularly well adapted for areas where flood irrigation is possible and economical.

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Soybean

The most important considerations for soybean production are minimizing flower and pod loss, thus increasing grain weight. 

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Sugar Beets

With high sucrose concentrations, sugar beets have long been grown for commercial sugar production, and in recent years research has focused on its potential as a source of biofuels.

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Sugarcane

Sugarcane has an important role in national and international energy policies.

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Wheat

Seedling blights such Pythium, Fusarium, and Rhizoctonia are common in soils where conditions are cool and wet. Controlling these diseases before germination will help increase wheat yields.

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