July 23, 2015

23/07/2015: Latest from the Soyatech newsroom

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Dry winter weather in Western Australia is causing wheat yield potential for this season to rapidly decline.

Marubeni plans to invest in grain export capacity to raise annual grain handling volumes from 70 million to 100 million tons by 2020.

USDA considering de-regulating new Monsanto GE corn product
Based on its preliminary assessment, the USDA is considering granting a new Monsanto genetically engineered corn commercial approval.

Russia’s OOO Trading House RIF has surpassed Glencore Plc to become the country’s top grain exporter.

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Capitol Hill (Image: Elliott P.)
Corn growers rally on Capitol Hill The nation’s corn growers have testified before the Environmental Protection Agency and have rallied on Capitol Hill, in Washington DC, in opposition of lowering the renewable fuel standard.

Prospects for Indiana grain crops continue to fade – Purdue expertsAs unseasonable rain continues, experts at Purdue University are less optimistic regarding the ability of corn and soybean crops to regain strength and recover.

Louis Dreyfus expands Russian footprint with Azov grain terminal acquisition
Louis Dreyfus is expanding its presence in Russia with the acquisition of a grain terminal on the Don River in the country’s Rostov region.

Monsanto opens state-of-the-art Wheat Technology Centre in Idaho
Monsanto has officially opened its new state-of-the-art Wheat Technology Centre in Filer, Idaho for the development and breeding of new wheat cultivars.



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And the Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit is also excited to announce a new co-located event:

The Organic & Non-GMO Forum: Developing the Supply Chain 
This unique one-day event will bring together stakeholders from across the organic and non-GMO oilseed and grain value chain to address the growing opportunities and the significant supply chain challenges that still remain.


 

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