NAWG and the National Wheat Foundation Host a Wheat Summit 

Washington, D.C. (July 27, 2017) – Today, the National Association of Wheat Growers, in conjunction with the National Wheat Foundation, held a Wheat Summit to address and collaborate on the…

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The Facts About Glyphosate, Part 5: Glyphosate Use in Wheat – A Recap

This blog is the fifth in a five-part series titled “The Facts About Glyphosate,” sharing the facts about glyphosate and its use in the wheat industry. Thank you for following…

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The Facts About Glyphosate, Part 4: Why does USDA collect farm data?

This blog is the fourth in a five-part series titled “The Facts About Glyphosate,” sharing the facts about glyphosate and its use in the wheat industry. # The United States…

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The Facts About Glyphosate, Part 3: How does USDA collect farm data?

This blog is the third in a five-part series, titled “The Truth About Glyphosate,” sharing the facts about glyphosate and its use in wheat production. The US has the safest,…

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The Facts About Glyphosate, Part 2: Growing a Quality Wheat Crop with Glyphosate

This blog is the second in a five part series, titled “The Facts About Glyphosate”, sharing the facts about glyphosate and it’s use in the wheat industry. # The U.S….

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The Facts About Glyphosate, Part 1: How Do Wheat Growers Use Glyphosate?

The Facts About Glyphosate, Part 1: How Do Wheat Growers Use Glyphosate? This blog is the first in a five-part series, titled “The Facts About Glyphosate”, sharing the facts about…

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White or Wheat Bread: Is One Healthier for You?

Third Blog in CJ Wackerlin Series Spending a day out shopping with friends, while always fun, can also be stressful. My particular struggle has always been pants, and I vividly remember…

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Guest Blog: Visiting MSU PhD Candidate Meets the World of Wheat

Hi everyone! My name is Amanda Koenig; I’m a PhD student in the Genetics Program at Michigan State University. I study systemic stress and development signaling in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. As a USDA-NIFA National Needs fellow, I have the incredible opportunity to intern in Washington, D.C. this summer, where I will learn about the various agriculture agencies and organizations working toward goals of food sustainability. The National Association of Wheat Growers was generous enough to host me for a week, and I am thrilled to be here!

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