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Published on 15 weeks 2 days ago
Location Chennai
Publisher economictimes.indiatimes.com
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A growing number of farmers throughout the nation have “discovered the cover” — and for some very good reasons.

They’re recognizing that by using cover crops and diverse rotations, it’s possible to actually improve the health and function of their soil, said David Lamm, a soil health expert with USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service.

Published on 15 weeks 4 days ago
Location United States of America
Publisher thecropsite.com
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Published on 15 weeks 5 days ago
Location India
Publisher financialexpress.com
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Farmers from Assam will get lesson of Chinese agricultural success when a delegation of Chinese farmers will visit the state in January next year.

Farmers from China will showcase their best practices in horticulture fair during the first international agri-horticulture exhibition to be hosted in Guwahati from January 8 to 11.

Published on 15 weeks 5 days ago
Location Guwahati
Publisher economictimes.indiatimes.com
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Corn fell to a one-week low in Chicago, set for the biggest annual drop on record, on speculation that rain in parts of Argentina would aid crops hampered by hot and dry conditions.

Published on 16 weeks 1 day ago
Location Argentina
Publisher bloomberg
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The fruit and vegetables that Americans bring home and cook up for their families are often laced with pest-killing chemicals known as acetamiprid and imidacloprid, members of the neonicotinoid class.

That sounds gross. Even grosser than these nearly unpronounceable chemical names are new findings out of Europe that the compounds may stunt the development of brains in fetuses and young children.

Published on 16 weeks 2 days ago
Location Italy
Publisher grist.org
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The year 2013 was difficult for coffee farmers worldwide. Prices were gloomy in the world market remain low by the pressure of supply exceeding demand and existing stocks.

Brazil had record crop for a cycle of low productivity in the coffee of biennial in 2013.

Vietnam also reached the end of the year with entrance to a great harvest of robusta, while Colombia and Central America also increased production of high quality Arabica coffee.

Published on 16 weeks 2 days ago
Location Brazil
Publisher cooperacionglobal blogs
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   The newly sequenced genome of the Amborella plant addresses Darwin's "abominable mystery" -- the question of why flowers suddenly proliferated on Earth millions of years ago. The genome sequence sheds new light on a major event in the history of life on Earth: the origin of flowering plants, including all major food crop species.

Published on 16 weeks 2 days ago
Location Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Publisher terradaily.com
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The innovative new programme will enable poor vulnerable farming households to improve food security, nutrition and income while strengthening their long-term resilience.

Published on 16 weeks 2 days ago
Location Zimbabwe
Publisher indiainfoline.com
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Published on 17 weeks 17 hours ago
Location PASCO, Washington, USA
Publisher syngentacropprotection.com
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