Monthly Archives: September 2021

Hot, smoky summer suffocates staple crops

Since Tryg Koch started his business, Heritage Custom Farming, in Kalispell 18 years ago, growing crops such as winter wheat, spring wheat and canola, he says this has been his third worst year. harvest of history. Kalispell experienced record heat over the summer, averaging 3.9 degrees warmer than normal and …

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HEROTEIN partners with Mission Barns to bring the first hybrid cultivated / plant-based meat products to China – vegconomist

September 30, 2021 1633001993 Categories Cell culture companies and portraits © Mission Granges HEROTEIN, formerly HERO Protein, announces that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Berkeley cellular fat producer Mission Barns to launch hybrid products made from cultivated meat and plant-based meat. The company declares its intention to …

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Unveiling of the first prescriptive seed-to-seed treatment solution

Inflexion Point Technologies, LLC (IPT) and ALMACO have announced a business relationship that the companies believe will sustainably increase food productivity and farmer profitability while using sustainable organic seed treatments suitable for agronomic areas and growing conditions. ‘a farmer. IPT, co-founded by CEO Steve Smith and President Nick Iwig, is …

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Ohio To Lower Borrowing Costs For Farmers, Hospitals And Colleges

Ohio farmers, hospitals and public universities will benefit from reduced borrowing costs under “Ohio Gains,” a new program unveiled by state treasurer Robert Sprague on Wednesday. The program is threefold: modernize the long-standing Ag-LINK program to make agricultural cooperatives eligible and remove loan ceilings. allow the public treasury to act …

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Ford EV plant could create real estate challenges for West TN

MEMPHIS, Tennessee – The new jobs at the Ford electric vehicle plant could potentially energize and challenge the West Tennessee real estate market, which will need thousands of new homes and apartments for employees. A celebration of Ford Motor Company’s major decision to build an electric vehicle and manufacturing campus …

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Key Succulents Market Manufacturers, Opportunities, Industry Outlook, Capital Investments, and Trends by Altman Plants, COSTA FARMS

The “Succulent plant marketThe report is an in-depth study of the market with analysis of key segments. The study is a detailed document on aspects of the market including trends, segmentation, growth prospects, opportunities, challenges, and competitive analysis. Relationships are built through extensive primary and secondary research. The study generated …

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ASX drops 1.5%, energy stocks soar

Energy stocks held up to the weakness in the Australian stock market on Tuesday, as oil and gas producers continue to benefit from a recovery in oil prices caused by supply shortages. The benchmark S & P / ASX 200 lost ground throughout Tuesday, with trading falling in the afternoon …

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7 Best Monthly Dividend Stocks With High Yields

Monthly dividend stocks offer investors the opportunity to generate recurring passive income. This frequency better matches the schedule of many regular invoices, allowing an investor to offset his expenses with dividend income. This makes monthly dividend stocks ideal for retirees or other investors who rely on their portfolios for their …

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The global plant-based meat market is expected to generate a

New York, USA, September 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to a report published by Research Dive, the global vegetable meat market should generate a significant turnover of $ 68,448.9 million To 19.1% CAGR during the forecast period, 2020-2027. The inclusive report provides a brief overview of the current market …

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TOMRA Fresh Food will unveil a new singular stunt – ‘a game changer that will revolutionize the cherry industry’

Fruit attraction 2021 TOMRA Fresh Food will unveil its revolutionary new Cascade Singulator for cherry separation at Fruit Attraction, the international trade fair for the fruit and vegetable sector, in Madrid, Spain, next month (booth 10E11, IFEMA MADRID conference room, 5 to October 7). TOMRA Food’s presence at Fruit Attraction …

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Empowering the female workforce – Journal

Most of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda are linked to agriculture in one way or another – be it hunger, poverty, climate action, gender equality, health, drinking water, responsible production, life on land, life underwater, etc. But, unfortunately, Pakistan has failed to meet these goals despite …

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“From Farm to Retail” workshop aims to help local farmers grow their businesses

PRESS RELEASESIMCOE COUNTY*************************MIDHURST – Starting October 28, Simcoe, Gray and Bruce counties, along with the Henry Bernick Entrepreneurship Center at Georgian College, are teaming up for an 11-week farm-to-retail workshop. Offered by the Food Venture Program, this workshop will help farmers turn their business ideas into finished products and develop …

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Farm Management Software Market Size, Growth, and Key Players – Deere & Company, Trimble, Inc., Agjunction, Inc., Raven Industries, Inc., Iteris, Inc., AG Leader Technology

The Farm Management Software Market The report offers high-quality information on key market trends, product types and their scope, competitive landscape and impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Farm Management Software market research study provides detailed market development prospects, market size and value overview, and popular business trends. This research …

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Northam announces new fruit and vegetable packaging facility in Brunswick County

Posted on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 3:55 p.m. Join AFP’s 100,000+ followers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on itunes and Spotify News, press releases, letters to the editor: [email protected] Advertising requests: [email protected] (© vepar5 – stock.adobe.com) Southern Virginia Vegetable Packing LLC has partnered with …

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Fisherman’s Online Farmer’s Market This Fall

Fishermen – Saturday September 25 will mark the last summer farmer’s market in the Fisherman’s City. From October 2, the market will move virtually. New Portillo’s with beer garden arrives in central Indiana The Fishers Fall Farmers’ Market will allow people to order online. It will offer free home delivery …

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Entrepreneur creates brand of hibiscus drinks

Rena Beverages Solutions produces a range of hibiscus-based drinks. When Regina Nakayenga started having hot flashes during her menopause, a friend recommended that taking hibiscus products would help. At the time, Nakayenga, an enthusiastic farmer, grew passion fruit to sell in a concentrated form. His ambition was to create a …

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Valley Bounty: One-Woman Farm “Thrives”

Flourish Farm, a one-man business owned by Linda Fuchs, is a small farm with an oversized impact. Fuchs grows specialty crops on “half an acre of sunshine” in Brimfield, while working hard to maintain access and knowledge about healthy foods. Like many local farmers, Fuchs’ ties to agriculture run deep. …

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Politics This Week | The Economist

Sep 25, 2021 Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ios Where Android. France reacted with fury to American, Australian and British training plans a new defense pact in the Pacific. France was not invited to join. Australia is …

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Walz asks for $ 10 million in drought aid

Governor calls on legislature to approve drought aid subsidies and replenish revolving farm loan funds, especially for farmers without a federal safety net ST PAUL, Minn. – Governor Tim Walz calls on state lawmakers to invest $ 10 million to help farmers still reeling from the historic drought conditions that …

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It’s time for agricultural retailers to invest in precision

Farm supply co-ops and independent farm retailers are enjoying strong financial returns as rising grain prices in the United States enter their second consecutive year. The prolonged period of above-average crop prices leads farmers to increase their spending on agronomic inputs and services. However, while earnings in the agricultural retail …

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Kansas announces permanent increase in food aid benefits

Temporary increase during the pandemic until September 30 Kansas DCF TOPEKA – Kansas Department of Children and Families Secretary Laura Howard today announced that Kansas residents who receive food assistance will receive a permanent increase in the maximum benefit amount starting on the 1st. October. “Access to healthy food is …

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‘Fairness for Farmers’ campaign targets market power of large corporations

Building on the Biden administration’s commitment to vigorously controlling farm mergers, the National Farmers Union on Wednesday launched the nationwide “Fairness for Farmers” campaign to restore competition to the market. “This company has clear goals: to reduce the consolidation of agriculture and to break down monopolies, which negatively impact farmers, …

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VW to build battery systems factory in China

Volkswagen Group China begins construction of a battery systems production plant in Hefei (Anhui province). The company claims that VW Anhui Components Company is the group’s first 100% -owned battery systems factory in China. Its initial annual capacity will be 150,000 to 180,000 high-voltage battery systems for Volkswagen Anhui’s all-electric …

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Cannabis Goes Green – Eugene Weekly

Emerald Valley Gardens, a small cannabis gardening store near Springfield, is packed with shoppers. At the register, owner Madeline Thomas answers questions about where to find the right pots or brands to buy for novice growers. The shelves are lined with nutrients and soil, and draped with leafy creeping plants. …

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MSU’s UPREC celebrates successful growing season for two local farms as part of business incubator program

CHATHAM, Michigan (WJMN) – Michigan State University’s Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center (UPREC) is celebrating a successful growing season for two farms in the university’s incubator program. According to the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Michigan’s food and farming system makes up a large portion of the state’s …

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Mother Raw Expands Herbal Line With Dips

As Mother Raw nears our third anniversary as a darling salad dressing in the plant-based organic food space, it was only natural for us to focus on creating dairy-free dips and quesos that are creamy, irresistible, and delicious. made with familiar ingredients, ”said Mother Raw, CEO Kristi knowles, who is …

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Sri Lanka’s organic farming crisis: learning from failures

Sri Lanka found itself in economic crisis as it continued to produce 100% organic food ‘The food crisis in Lanka shows the dangers of organic farming ”. It was the title of a column by Indian economist Swaminathan Anklesaria Aiyar, published recently in a national daily. Aiyar’s article analyzed the …

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Carrots can take center stage

Boulder County Farmers Markets We are like you. We nibble on carrots at our desks or during the day. We eat them in the car on long journeys. We take them for granted, frankly. That little energy punch and crunch is what gets us through this afternoon energy crisis. But …

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Colorado Farm Bureau’s mental health program tailors resources to farmers

Launched this spring by the Colorado Farm Bureau and several agricultural and behavioral health partners, the Colorado Agricultural Addiction and Mental Health Program provides support and resources to farmers and ranchers struggling with mental health challenges. The program provides vouchers to offset the cost of accessing licensed, agriculture-friendly behavioral health …

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