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Driving through the farmlands of Iowa looking for fresh food to eat is a lot like sailing through the ocean looking for fresh water to drink. In the ocean, you're surrounded by water that you can't drink; in Iowa, you're surrounded by food you can't eat.
In contrast, McSpadden Gardener had patented the DNA sequence he performed on a bacteria â€“ native to Ohio soil â€“ that helps plants take up phosphorous, fight pathogens and withstand harsh conditions like drought.
The census is really useful in terms of defining what the industry works like, what the various sectors of the industry look like, and thereby helping us to understand the environment that weâ€™re making policy in and trying to operate in.
Agriculture producers who depend on freight trains to move their harvest have managed to avoid the major rail gridlock that plagued farmers across much of the region last winter and into the spring.
Average diesel prices for 2015 are forecast to be about $1 lower than last year.