The University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences hosts NWG CSO, Dr. John McKay to present on “Genetic Discovery and Crop Improvement for Industrial Hemp ass a Sustainable Oilseed and Fiber Crop” for the Department of Crop Sciences CPSC Seminar on August 30th at 12:00pm. This talk highlights Dr. McKay’s work on hemp genomics, carbon sequestration, and commercial breeding.
NWG CSO, Rich Fletcher and Director of Agronomy, Daniel Willis visit customers and trial partners across the Northern Midwest and Mountain West. Thanks to hardworking producers, NWG ABOUND® varieties are looking stellar in commercial fields across the US. Producers get peace of mind with hands-on agronomic support from NWG’s experts. This organic NWG 2463 grain field is progressing well. The weed suppression is impressive for an organic field planted at 25 lbs/ac A Minnesota hemp field of NWG 2463, grown for grain and hurd, looks good thanks to some great farming and solid seed! A commercial field of NWG 4113 in Southern Idaho will bring in top yields thanks to great agronomic management, uniform stand, and weed suppression. This stand is averaging 12ft! This is fiber-forward variety NWG 4113 in Southwest Idaho. The uniform stand behind this farmer makes for an easier time at harvest. Trust NWG for compliance, reliable germination and stand development, and ease of harvest all resulting in excellent yields!
New West Genetics CEO, Wendy Mosher attends King AgriSeeds and Penn State field days. Fiber and Grain Focus of Lancaster County Hemp Field Days
New West Genetics CEO, Wendy Mosher attends the Kings AgriSeeds field day in Pennsylvania to share with farmers and industry folks about our breeding program, premium certified hemp seed varieties, and the research and development behind our top performing varieties.