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  • Clean fields

    Clean fields

    Extremely grassy season put the new Provisia Rice System to the test • By Vicky Boyd, Editor • Growers with resistant weedy rice who planted the first commercial Provisia rice variety in 2018 say the decision was a “no-brainer,” even though ... Read More »
  • UPI changes name to UPL NA

    UPI changes name to UPL NA

    King of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based United Phosphorus Inc., also known as UPI, changed its name to UPL NA Inc. Jan. 1 to better reflect its global corporate identity. The change also comes after several recent acquisitions, including the June 2018 purchase ... Read More »
  • MSU research sheds light on row-rice yields

    MSU research sheds light on row-rice yields

    • By Bobby Golden and Dan Roach • Producing rice in a “rowed-up” manner as other row crops such as corn, soybean and cotton, was a foreign concept just a couple of years ago. Row rice or furrow-irrigated rice was ... Read More »
  • Would a rice by any other name still smell as sweet?

    Would a rice by any other name still smell as sweet?

    Numbers don’t lie. For the 2018-19 rice marketing year, imports are expected to comprise more than 24 percent of domestic rice use — a record, according to figures from U.S. Department of Agriculture ag economist Nathan Childs. Of that, most ... Read More »