Soggy and/or cold soil is to blame in nation’s midsection
The departments of Revenue, Agriculture and Financial and Professional Regulation posted draft rules online to address how dispensaries and cultivation centers will be regulated and taxed.
Federal officials are proposing lifting restrictions on the use of some genetically modified seeds.
The Burgundy Book, a quarterly snapshot of the local economy, shows a decrease in unemployment, which is fueling that positive sentiment.
The Associated Press found ethanol production results in less land conservation and more farm fertilizer runoff.
“We have almost twice as many walnut trees as any other state,” says Simeon Wright, a forest pathologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation.
Missouri State University’s agriculture program has moved toward its goal of bringing MSU beef to local dinner plates.
The stakes will again be high when the House considers a $500 billion farm bill this month. House members rejected a farm bill June 20 amid divisions over food subsidies and food stamps.
The Missouri Agricultural Statistics Service says there were 1.4 days suitable for fieldwork, though farmers in the northern and central parts of the state had less than half a day.
Hitching health and greener planet hopes to the local food movement? You may want to reconsider.