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Swift Monsanto Victory in Bowman Case Predicted

first_img SHARE By Andy Eubank – Apr 7, 2013 Facebook Twitter Swift Monsanto Victory in Bowman Case Predicted Baise on Bowman caseBowman asserts once he buys soybeans from the elevator he can do with them whatever he wants. Baise says there’s a problem with that thinking.“The soybean is a self-pollinating plant and so that one soybean and the 60, 70, 80 beans it puts on that stalk replicates identically that bean that went in the ground. That’s got a patent in it. That patent belongs to Monsanto. Mr. Bowman violated that patent by recreating, or in essence just like Pioneer, or BASF or Syngenta, any of them that reproduce soybeans take Monsanto’s patent and pay for that. Mr. Bowman tries to get by without paying for that.”Baise believes the Supreme Court will rule rather quickly and in favor of Monsanto.During the research process he started uncovering some great history about the soybean and realized he hadn’t known as much as he thought. Some of that history is rooted in Indiana.“Henry Ford and some Indiana farmers actually started what is now the American Soybean Association in Camden, Indiana. I want to say it was in 1925, and that great soybean farmer Henry Ford of Dearborn, Michigan had the American Soybean Association annual meeting, in I think it was 1932, 33 or 34, at his farm of soybeans in Dearborn, Michigan. He was telling the Indiana soybean guys, who were really beginning to start growing this crop, how many pounds of soybean based products he was going to be putting in those Model T or Model A cars he was building at the time.”Baise specializes in agricultural and environmental issues at OFW Law in Washington DC. Facebook Twitter SHARE Home News Feed Swift Monsanto Victory in Bowman Case Predicted Previous articleYou Can’t Feed the World With a GardenNext articleSeed Consultants 4/8/2013 Market Closing with Gary Wilhelmi Andy Eubanklast_img read more

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WATCH: Limerick ease to Munster Hurling win over Clare

first_imgWhatsApp SportGaaHurlingNewsWATCH: Limerick ease to Munster Hurling win over ClareBy John Keogh – January 6, 2020 494 Advertisement Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Email Limerick will play Cork in the Munster Senior Hurling League Final next weekend following their 1-27 to 1-19 win over Clare in Sixmilebridge.John Kiely’s charges were in sublime form against Clare and never looked in danger of coming away with anything other than a comprehensive win.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Limerick raced into a 0-9 to 0-1 advantage with just 16 minutes on the clock, and although Clare brought the gap to three points on several occasions, they were always in the ascendancy.Co-op Superstores Munster Senior Hurling League Round 3, Sixmilebridge GAA Club, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare 5/1/2020Clare vs LimerickLimerick’s Adrian Breen scores a pointMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Laszlo GeczoDavid Reidy was in fine scoring form for Limerick. The Dromin-Athlacca sharpshooter fired over 1-12 in an impressive display.Adrian Breen opened the scoring inside 60 seconds, but Niall Deasy levelled immediately from a free.That was as good as it got for Clare as Limerick clicked into gear with the next eight points on the trot.Reidy hit the target three times, while Adrian Breen, Robbie Hanley, Ronan Connolly and Tom Morrissey also raised white flags.Co-op Superstores Munster Senior Hurling League Round 3, Sixmilebridge GAA Club, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare 5/1/2020Clare vs LimerickClare’s Stiofan McMahon and Paddy O’Loughlin of LimerickMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Laszlo GeczoClare did come back into the game as the half drew to a close, but Reidy’s second point from play saw Limerick into a 0-13 to 0-9 lead at the break.Limerick continued to keep Brian Lohan’s men at arms length in the opening quarter of the second half and hit the killer blow on 56 minutes.Graeme Mulcahy went through on goal with his first involvement of the game after being introduced as a substitute.Co-op Superstores Munster Senior Hurling League Round 3, Sixmilebridge GAA Club, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare 5/1/2020Clare vs LimerickClare’s Michael O’Malley and David Reidy of LimerickMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Laszlo GeczoThe Kilmallock man was dispossessed as he looked to fire to the net, but Reidy was on hand to finish the job with a mishit shot.Limerick eased to the victory after that with Patrickswell youngster Josh Considine impressing with two classy points from the bench. His second finished the scoring and confirmed the eight-point victory.There were several other impressive performers for Limerick, namely Barry Nash, Aaron Costello, Mike Casey and Tom Morrissey, as well as the imperious Reidy.Limerick Scorers – David Reidy 1-12 (9f, 1 ’65), Adrian Breen and Tom Morrissey 0-4 each, Ronan Connolly and Josh Considine 0-2 each, Robbie Hanley, Darren O’Connell and Darragh O’Donovan 0-1 each.Limerick: Barry Hennessy (Kilmallock); Tom Condon (Knockaderry), Mike Casey (Na Piarsaigh), Aaron Costello (Kilmallock); Barry Nash (South Liberties), Dan Morrissey (Ahane), Paddy O’Loughlin (Kilmallock); Ronan Connolly (Adare), Robbie Hanley (Kilmallock); Darragh O’Donovan (Doon), David Reidy (Dromin-Athlacca), Conor Boylan (Na Piarsaigh); Adrian Breen (Na Piarsaigh), Tom Morrissey (Ahane), Darren O’Connell (Kildimo-Pallaskenry);Subs: Josh Considine (Patrickswell) for Hanley (52 mins), David Dempsey (Na Piarsaigh) for Boylan (55 mins), Graeme Mulcahy (Kilmallock) for O’Connell (55 mins), Brian O’Grady (Kilteely-Dromkeen) for Condon (62 mins), Brian Ryan (South Liberties) for Reidy (65 mins).Following the game Limerick manager John Kiely was happy with how his youthful side performed against their near neighbours.The post WATCH: Limerick ease to Munster Hurling win over Clare appeared first on Sporting Limerick. Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival TAGSGAAhurlingKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostLimerick.GAASporting limerick Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads center_img Previous article92 people on trolleys in Limerick the highest ever recorded in an Irish hospitalNext articleVisiting has been banned at University Hospital Limerick until further notice John Keogh Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin Print Twitter Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League openerlast_img read more

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BMC Racing Team Scorches Prologue in St. George with 1-2-3 Finish for Hot Start at Tour of Utah

first_img Written by AWARD JERSEYSLarry H. Miller Group of Companies Overall leader – Tejay van Garderen (USA), BMC Racing TeamUtah Sports Commission Sprint leader – Joe Rosskopf (USA), BMC Racing TeamUtah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain – Tom Bohli (SUI), BMC Racing TeamWCF Insurance Best Young Rider – Neilson Powless (NED), Team LottoNL-JumboLarry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider – Pascal Eenkhoom (NED), Team LottoNL-JumboAmerica First Credit Union Fan Favorite – Serghei Tvetcov (ROM), UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, UTAH (Aug. 6, 2018) – American Tejay van Garderen was the fastest man in St. George with a time of 6 minutes and 27 seconds, leading a BMC Racing Team sweep of the podium in Monday’s Prologue at the 2018 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah.“I love Utah, I have a long history here. This was my first professional victory in 2011 in the TT (Time Trial) at the Tour of Utah,” said van Garderen, who comes off one rest week after racing the Tour de France. He will wear the Larry H. Miller Dealerships Leader’s jersey on Tuesday.“I just came here to have some fun, keep the body rolling. I told myself if there is a chance for a result, I’ll take it and today was a great opportunity for that,” added van Garderen. In 2011, he finished fourth in the opening Prologue, which was held in Park City. Later that week he won the ITT on Stage 3 in Tooele, Utah.Reigning U.S. Pro Individual Time Trial champion Joe Rosskopf finished four seconds back in second place. Tom Bohli (SUI), who sat in the hot seat for most of the day, finished in third, six seconds off the pace.“It was a really, really brutal prologue. I was hoping I could win it today. But then as Joey beat me, my second reaction was ‘Yeah, it’s Joey’. First of all I like that guy, he’s a good mate and it’s BMC. (It’s) good for us and good for him,” said Bohli, who is a two-time U23 silver medalist in the time trial and a world champion on the track. “As Tejay beat us, winning the Prologue today, showed that he is in really good shape and he can go for the win. It gives us good confidence.”Surrounded by inspiring views of the Red Hills Desert Garden at Pioneer Park on the northern cliffs above downtown St. George, van Garderen bested 116 other riders in the opening day of racing for the weeklong stage race. Pacing was key on the out-and-back 3.3-mile (5.3 kilometer) course, where temperatures soared above 100 degrees. The riders started with a mellow climb for the first two kilometers and continued with a short downhill to the turnaround.“We started out uphill. The gradient was, I think, higher than people expected, or what it looked like,” van Garderen explained. “So you had to overpace on the way out, and then you’re basically screaming at 75k (kilometers) an hour all the way to the finish line. You don’t want to blow up, but at the same time gauge your efforts well.”A total of 36 riders are now separated by 20 seconds at the top of the standings, making for an exciting opening to the 14th edition of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. Finishing fourth, American Neilson Powless of Team LottoNL-Jumbo claimed the WCF Insurance Best Young Rider jersey. Sixth on the day, 11 seconds from the win, Serghei Tvetcov (ROM) of UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team was voted the America First Credit Union Fan Favorite, in the category of International Rider.Fifth on the stage, Pascal Eenkhoom (NED) of Team LottoNL-Jumbo was awarded the Larry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider jersey. Rosskopf claimed the Utah Sports Commission Sprint jersey and Bohli was awarded the Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain jersey.Joe Dombrowski (USA) of EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale, the overall winner of the 2015 Tour of Utah, is 13 seconds back in 12th place, and defending champion Rob Britton (CAN) of Rally Cycling is in 29th place, 18 seconds down.True to its nickname as “America’s Toughest Stage Race,” the 2018 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, Aug. 6-12, will dish out 548 miles of racing and 43,780 feet of elevation gain. The UCI 2.HC-rated stage race began in St. George today with 17 professional teams, representing 20 countries.Stage 1 presented by America First Credit Union returns to Cedar City for a fourth time on Tuesday, Aug. 7. The 101-mile (162.5 km) Stage 1 route includes 8,950 feet of elevation gain. It also features the highest climb of the week, passing Cedar Breaks National Monument at 10,600 feet. The course is similar to the one used in 2016, this year with a new circuit finish in downtown Cedar City. The first Utah Sports Commission Sprint line will be contested in Parowan, then hit a Category 1 climb at the top of Parowan Canyon at the ski resort town of Brian Head. This ascent climbs 4,500 vertical feet in 15 miles, with some sections challenging riders with a 15 percent gradient.The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is free to all spectators, making professional cycling one of the most unique professional sports in the world today. The Tour of Utah remains a 2.HC-rated stage race on the UCI America Tour, making it one of the premier events for professional cycling teams in North America. It is also one of the prominent road cycling events that is also part of USA Cycling’s Pro Road Tour.RESULTS AND STANDINGSwww.tourofutah.com/race/resultsPROLOGUE – Top 101. VAN GARDEREN Tejay (USA) BMC RACING TEAM – 0:06:27.4902. ROSSKOPF Joseph (USA) BMC RACING TEAM – 0:06:31.2503. BOHLI Tom (SUI) BMC RACING TEAM – 0:06:33.9604. POWLESS Neilson (USA) TEAM LOTTO NL-JUMBO – 0:06:34.4205. EENKHOORN Pascal (NED) TEAM LOTTO NL-JUMBO – 0:06:38.1706. TVETCOV Serghei (ROU) UNITEDHEALTHCARE – 0:06:38.5807. BROWN Nathan (USA) EF-DRAPAC pb CANNONDALE – 0:06:38.7608. MCCABE Travis (USA) UNITEDHEALTHCARE – 0:06:39.0109. HUFFMAN Evan (USA) RALLY CYCLING – 0:06:39.43010. CLARKE William (AUS) EF-DRAPAC pb CANNONDALE – 0:06:39.590 August 6, 2018 /Sports News – Local BMC Racing Team Scorches Prologue in St. George with 1-2-3 Finish for Hot Start at Tour of Utahcenter_img Tags: BMC Racing Team/Tejay Van Garderen/Tour of Utah Robert Lovelllast_img read more

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