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January 15: GreenLight Biosciences is headquartered in Boston and has a division working on biological methods for making agricultural production more sustainable. Co-founder, president, and CEO, Andrey Zarur, was part of a panel at a recent AgTech NEXT webinar put on by the Danforth Plant Center in St. Louis. January 14: The Agri-Pulse Food and Ag Policy Summit West featured a presentation by Paul Buttner of the California Rice Commission and Jacob Katz of California Trout on the subject of using rice fields to enhance production of salmon in California’s Central Valley. January 13: At a 2020 online expo on farm health and safety put on by the Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center, Ruth Meirick of the Minnesota Farm Bureau Foundation talked about the opioid addiction problem in rural communities. January 12: STI Customized is a new custom-blended seed treatment service offered by ag cooperative, CHS. January 11: Learn more about the beef checkoff here. January 6-8: The Farm Foundation featured three former U.S. agriculture secretaries and a former agricultural trade negotiator in a forum on ag policy for the next four years. You can view a video of the virtual forum on YouTube. January 5: AMVAC Chemical Corporation is collaborating with Trimble to offer row crop growers SIMPAS: equipment allowing precise application of up to three products in furrow at planting. It’s new for the 2021 crop year. You can listen to my entire interview with AMVAC’s Jim Lappin here. January 4: Scott Richman, chief economist for the Renewable Fuels Association, recaps 2020 as a rough year for ethanol. He was interviewed by AgWired’s Cindy Zimmerman in a recent Ethanol Report podcast. January 1: This is the 25th anniversary of the daily farm radio feature now known as Farm to Fork. As producer and host, I’d like to thank all of you for listening to the program and supporting it over the years. I’m also grateful to my more than 200 affiliate stations for making it possible for me to connect with their listeners. What a privilege! December 31: The ag cooperative, GROWMARK, calls its sustainability program ENDURE. December 30: Optimum AQUAmax corn hybrids are drought-tolerant varieties developed by Pioneer.