List is preliminary, but follows U.S. threat to seek $11 billion in damages through duties on European goods.
In new trade deal, China and U.S. may agree to forego their right to challenge any action at the World Trade Organization.
A tool used by the seed industry is getting wider attention for enhanced crop management.
With warmer soil, corn planting is expected to finally get started this week.
People familiar with the U.S.-China trade negotiations say there has been no agreement to remove retaliatory tariffs.
Changes to WASDE take effect May 10, 2019.
If China moves its tariffs from ag to other products, Trump can sell trade deal as win for farmers.
Gregg Doud says China unwilling to open its corn, rice and wheat markets to broader market forces
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says the move 'will have devastating impacts on global agriculture production.'
U.S., China said to further talks on cloud access in trade deal.