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'About 80%' of Ukraine soy grown - illegally - from GM seed

US officials claim that most Ukrainian soybeans, and some corn, are grown from genetically modified seed, which is prohibited in the country

AM markets: rapid US sowings spell further soy price losses
Soybean futures drop again, after data show rapid US plantings. Corn, cotton fall in sympathy, despite less positive seedings data
Hedge funds' spree of bullish ag bets spurs fears of sell-off
... particularly in sugar, in which speculators have raised their net long to a record high. Funds already appear wrong-footed in hogs, cattle
Record arabica crop to lift Brazilian coffee output
Brazilian coffee production will soar by 13% this year - but stay short of a record high thanks to robusta setbacks, US officials say
Argentine wheat sowings to hit nine-year high
... officials say, flagging the boost to prospects from government ag reforms. Still, the soybean crop gets a, somewhat disguised, downgrade
US land prices extend decline - but at slower pace
US farmland values are falling for a 30th successive month, a university study shows. Still, are there signs of hope in the key state of Iowa?
World sugar stocks nearing 'historically low levels'
The USDA says sugar inventories are on their way to the lowest since 2010-11 - when a supply squeeze drove futures to twice current levels
Strategie Grains raises EU wheat production outlook
French-based consultancy firm, Strategie Grain, today raised their projections for the 2016 European Union wheat production.
Canada's canola area 'has maxed out', amid disease fears
Canadian farmers may be falling out of love with canola, AAFC says, as it forecasts stocks of the oilseed near-halving over 2016-17
Colombian coffee output to dip for first time in five years
Colombia's remarkable coffee output recovery will stall in 2016-17, US officials say, flagging fears of heavy rains from the prospective El Nino
'Positive' outlook for Russia oilseed prices - but grain values 'low'
Strong harvest hopes are hurting forward grain prices - although a scramble by traders is giving short-term values a lift, Black Earth Farming says
India to renew sugar imports, says analyst, upping world deficit outlook
Green Pool lifts estimates for the world sugar production shortfall both in 2015-16 and 2016-17, despite improved hopes for Brazilian output
Drought fears driving coffee markets higher
Coffee markets are being driven higher by drought fears in key robusta areas as the market responds to below-average rain in Vietnam, Brazil and India
Argentine farmers find it tricky to kick their silo bag habit

The temporary storage sacks look like staying popular, despite reforms which were supposed to have cut enthusiasm for hoarding crops

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