Monthly Archives: December 2021

Bringing Agriculture on Sustainable Commercial Lines: CAO Kupwara

The Union Territory government of Jammu and Kashmir has developed a comprehensive agricultural transformation plan in the ambitious border and hilly Kupwara district. The plan is currently operational and is being implemented as a priority, the first time, creating the story.The district covers an area of ​​2379 square kilometers including …

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Pileated Farms in Chatham recaps its first growing season

CHATHAM, Mich. (WLUC) – In May, Olivia Kingery and her partner Brian Kakas purchased an 80-acre property in Chatham and launched Pileated Farms. As the pandemic has created uncertainty, Kingery says it has been a joy to call the earth home and start farming. “We love the local food community,” …

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Global Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems

New York, December 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com Announces the Publication of the “Global Market for Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Systems for Coal-Fired Power Plants 2021-2025” – https: //www.reportlinker. com / p05741935 //? utm_source = GNW 22 billion during 2021-2025, increasing at a CAGR of 3.41% during the forecast …

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Egg shortage in the egg capital

Choki wangmo | Tsirang A frustrated grocery store owner in Damphu town, Zangmo, tried to contact poultry farmers in the dzongkhag. She was worried that she would not be able to meet the demand for eggs for the dzongkhag hospital. With a continuing shortage of eggs in the country’s second-highest …

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Risks and opportunities for the agricultural sector in 2022

Overall, 2021 has been a fairly good year for the agriculture industry. Agricultural commodity prices and net farm income are well above pre-pandemic levels and landowners benefit from the higher land values. Compared to 2020, farmers get much more of their income from the sale of agricultural and livestock products, …

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Distinguished Kansans for 2021 include winner Tony, Team Hutchinson CC

Gannett Kansas recognizes six people as Distinguished Kansans for 2021. Jason Sudeikis was named Kansan of the Year. They are as follows: Donna McClish, community Sheinelle Jones, journalism Bill Farmer, animation Hutchinson Community College football team, sports Lois Smith, theater Ximena Garcia, government Here is why they are recognized today. …

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There are still viable cane farms that can increase the productivity of the industry.

Mr. Editor, Few of today’s decision-makers, since the nationalization of the sugar industry, would remember the adoption of the law on the National Committee for Cane Cultivation (1965), the rules of the contract for cane producers (general conditions) and of the law on special funds for cane producers. It would …

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Pemex in Mexico awards $ 1 billion contract for Ixachi natural gas conditioning plant

A joint venture (JV) led by Malaysian company Coastal Contracts Bhd has been awarded a contract worth approximately $ 1.06 billion from Mexican state oil company Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) to build and operate a gas conditioning plant natural gas on the Ixachi onshore gas and condensate field in the state …

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Start These 10 Most Profitable Business Ideas in 2022 with Full Government Support and Earn Thousands of Dollars!

Most Profitable Business Ideas 2021 has had its share of problems, the persistent covid 19 pandemic, lockdowns, and more. But with the proper distribution of vaccines, things started to return to normal. Now, the New Year 2022 is just a few days away; from the gym to starting a new …

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During Reliance Family Day, Ambani talks about “leadership transition” in the company

Richest Indian Mukesh Ambani spoke on Tuesday of the leadership transition in his energy-to-retail conglomerate, saying he wanted the process to be speeded up with seniors, including himself, ceding to the younger generation. Ambani, 64, who has never spoken of succession plans at the country’s most valuable company, said Reliance …

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Cybercrime and taxes

As the farmer received the money, this is Schedule F income. Under the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 165, a taxpayer is allowed to deduct a theft if he can prove (1) the occurrence of theft, (2) a quantifiable loss and (3) the date on which the taxpayer discovers the theft. …

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Plants That Can Tell Farmers What’s Bothering Them – Part 1

Plants That Can Tell Farmers What’s Bothering Them – Part 1 Tim hammerich Journalist It’s time for your report on the Farm of the Future. I am Tim Hammerich. For the past twenty-five years, genetically modified traits have dominated the seed industry of crops like corn and soybeans focused on …

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Cereal prices could be more volatile after surging in 2021

A record-breaking year for grain prices, US farmers aim to plant even more corn, wheat and soybeans than they did in 2021. But high fertilizer prices, forecasts for longer wilderness and the threat of China slowing down purchasing looms in the coming year. . Row crops this year have reached …

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Virginia’s fledgling marijuana industry took root in Richmond and expanded in 2021

A Green Leaf Medical employee tends to marijuana plants at the company’s growing and processing facility in Richmond. (BizSense File Photos) At the end of what was already a pivotal year for marijuana in Virginia, a recent move by state lawmakers could be seen as an early Christmas present for …

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A separate directorate would be created to increase farmers’ incomes: Karnataka CM

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Sunday that a separate leadership would soon be established to increase farmers’ incomes. The Chief Minister was speaking at a reception to congratulate Farmer Leader Kuruburu Shanthakumar. Over the years, governments have focused on increasing food production, but not increasing farmers’ incomes. “I …

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A biblical rest from agriculture in Israel could help producers in Gaza. They’re waiting: NPR

Farmer Marwan Abu Salah picks sweet potatoes on his land in Rafah, south of Gaza City. Fatima Shbair for NPR hide caption toggle legend Fatima Shbair for NPR RAFAH, Gaza Strip – Palestinian farmers in Gaza are in tune with the rhythms of the Jewish calendar and have looked forward …

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Noida Agritourism, a suitable break from the city’s humdrum

As Covid-19 wreaks havoc not only on those infected with the viral disease, but also on those confined to their homes since the start of the pandemic, the vast expanse of agricultural land in Gautam Budh Nagar has opened the doors to the agricultural tourism in the district, offering a …

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Some Carytown businesses report ‘great’ Christmas season

RICHMOND, Virginia – Chet Bland and Eugene Henry were among the few retail workers still showing up as the sun sets over Carytown in Richmond on Friday night. “Christmas Eve from start to finish has been great so far,” said Bland. “We are devastated. It’s been super busy. Bland’s dad …

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Monetary policy is financially inclusive by design, says Patra

India’s monetary policy is financially inclusive by nature and the benefits of such a strategy will be visible in the future, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) deputy governor Michael Patra said on Friday. “India’s monetary policy is by nature financially inclusive, and it will reap the benefits of this strategy …

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Vertical farming on the rise in B.C., but facing challenges for the land, advocates say

Growing for Alycia van der Gracht means producing up to 900 heads of lettuce per month in a classroom at the University of the Fraser Valley in Chilliwack, British Columbia. She grows shelves of lettuce, cilantro, and bok choy in a space of just two by four meters in a …

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Know the market dynamics, opportunities and risks 2026

The On-Board Power Plant Market report is designed keeping in mind the concerns of stakeholders regarding critical parameters affecting the performance of the industry in the coming years such as major growth drivers, constraints and opportunities. The report cites that the market is expected to experience a CAGR of XX% …

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Vietnamese farmers and traders should not be at the mercy of a single buyer

It is high time that we realized that as long as Vietnam stagnates in innovation and technological development, our agricultural exports will remain at the mercy of our neighbor to the north. Huynh Xuan Thai, a driver from Binh Dinh province, has been stuck at a border post in Lang …

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North Bay nurse explains why she quit her profession

As many frontline healthcare professionals face burnout from COVID-19, a former nurse in North Bay shares why she quit her job. Katelyn Boulet is a six year old RN from Northern Ontario who quit her dream job in critical care and now works in retail. THE BREAKING POINT “It was …

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USDA rewards OSU agricultural projects $ 800,000

Two Oregon State University Extension Service Small Farms projects have received grants from the United States Department of Agriculture totaling more than $ 800,000 to strengthen the viability of small and medium-sized farms and food businesses from Oregon. OSUCenter for Small Farms and Community Food Systemsreceived a $ 249,511 grant …

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Trump USDA overpaid corn growers $ 3 billion in 2019, GAO audit finds

The Trump administration overpaid corn farmers about $ 3 billion in federal aid in 2019, and farmers in the South were paid more for the same crops as those in the rest of the country, a federal agency has found monitoring. The Government Accountability Office said in a report released …

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Plant Biostimulants market size is booming globally with strong growth, industry outlook and challenges

Global “Plant biostimulants market”Provides a detailed overview of the factors influencing the global business scope. This research report provides in-depth analysis of future trends, latest developments, market size, growth drivers, restraints, and major players along with their profile details. The growth of the plant biostimulants market is mainly driven by …

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Jeffrey Schouten – Davis Enterprise

D. December 2, 2021 It is with immeasurable sadness that the family of Jeffrey Michael Schouten announce his sudden passing on December 2, 2021, at the age of 50. Jeff was born in Escondido to Joy Mack and Peter Schouten. In 1974, the family moved to a dairy in Dixon. …

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TSCAB President emphasizes need to add value to agricultural products

KARIMNAGAR: TSCAB President Konduru Ravinder Rao stressed the need to add value to agricultural products, as this will facilitate doubling of farmers’ incomes within a reasonable timeframe. Speaking at an outreach program for bankers in Karimnagar Integrated District organized by NABARD here on Tuesday, he said banks should educate farmers …

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State Farmers and Ranchers Deserve Congressional Investment | Opinion

David Miller It’s no secret that Colorado’s natural beauty is a major draw for residents and visitors, both long-time and newcomers. Our natural and public lands are a big reason Colorado’s population has grown by almost 15% over the past decade. According to a comprehensive 2019 statewide outdoor recreation plan, …

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Gainesville medical device plant to lay off more than 500 employees

A medical device manufacturing plant in Gainesville has announced that it will lay off more than 500 employees in the coming months. Invivo’s diagnostic imaging plant at 3545 Southwest 47th Ave., owned by Philips North America, to begin its first round of mass layoffs of 330 workers starting December 31, …

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Local organic farmers face uncertain 2022 as they battle inflation

This story comes from our partner, 90.5 WESA. The first thing you see when you approach Edible Earth Farm in Sandy Lake, PA are four tall tunnel cultivation structures. They look like long tents and are made of metal frames with greenhouse plastic stretched over them. Inside there are long …

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Decades later, lawyer revisits fight to save family farms

BISMARCK, ND (AP) – Late at night buried in legal briefs, Sarah Vogel sometimes took a moment to contemplate the scale of the lawsuit she had filed to help farmers facing a foreclosure. I should keep a journal, she thought. But she didn’t have time, especially as more and more …

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Larkspur Greenhouse Company Becomes Major Player in Colorado Hemp Industry | Subscriber content

The owners of Dutch Heritage Gardens in Larkspur, a greenhouse complex that sells flowers and ornamental plants to large retailers, have found a lucrative side business: hemp, a close cousin of the cannabis plant. Aaron and Rozalia Van Wingerden started Royale Botanicals in 2017 to grow hemp plants to make …

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ADGD: Attention Deficit Gardening Disorder – Subject Picayune

By: Betsy Burk, MSU Pearl River County Extension Service Master Gardener Intern I wake up at the craziest hours of the morning. Not because I have to do something normal like, you know, go to the lady’s room, but because I can’t sleep more than 6 hours most nights of …

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Maine Voices: Windfall for Solar Developers Will Push Maine’s Electricity Rates Up Again

In its rush to tackle climate change, the Maine legislature has given a multi-million dollar windfall to developers of solar farms that threatens to increase electricity rates by up to 20%. It is not too late to amend this legislation before all these solar farms are built. This impending rate …

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How Indian farmers led one of the biggest protests in history and won

Gorakh Bhagre, a farmer from Maharashtra state in western India, faces a dilemma: “If I sell my crops, what will my family eat? If I don’t sell my crops, how will we survive? Last year, private traders offered him 5,750 Indian rupees, or $ 75, for 551 pounds of soybeans. …

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Senator Lesser secures funding for Springfield Farmers’ Market

Posted: Dec 17 2021 / 18:26 EST / Update: Dec 17 2021 / 18:48 EST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Senator Eric Lesser was in Forest Park on Friday to announce funding to support staffing, website development, outreach and education for the Forest Park Farmers Market. Springfield Local Businesses Receive ARPA …

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Nestlé USA CMO talks about ‘doubling down’ on plant-based products, snacks and coffee

As plant-based foods and beverages continue to disrupt the entire CPG landscape, Nestlé USA is not only keen to maintain its place at the table, but to strengthen its leadership position in the booming industry, which according to the Good Food Institute, Recorded $ 7 billion in sales for the …

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Belgian Agricultural Marketing Office receives additional € 2.4 million in EU grants

Since January 1, 2022, five dossiers of the Flemish Marketing Office for Agriculture and Fisheries (VLAM) promoting organic products, vegetables, fruits, fresh and processed potatoes and veal can count on European co-financing. With this funding, VLAM can focus on sustainability and inspire and educate local consumers, and they can go …

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Siouxland man uses Christmas season to grow thousands of poinsettias

CHEROKEE, Iowa (KCAU) – John Beier of The flowered house in Cherokee, Iowa, worked with a flower associated with winter and Christmas. “When you see the poinsettia around it, you say it’s Christmas,” Beier said. The flowers are unique, blooming in low light. “When the nights are longer than the …

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Time to correct bad farming practices, says Prime Minister Modi

It is time to correct poor farming practices before problems in the agricultural sector worsen, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Practically speaking to a conclave on natural farming in Gujarat on Thursday, Modi urged farmers to replace chemical fertilizers and pesticides that spurred the Green Revolution with concoctions made …

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Indigo launches CCA-accredited e-learning series to better understand carbon farming

MEMPHIS, Tennessee., December 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Indigo Ag, a company leveraging nature and technology to unlock economic and environmental advances in agriculture, today launched a continuing education series designed to improve access to information of high quality and accelerate the adoption of carbon-intensive agricultural practices. The complete …

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Herbal Seafood Market 2021, Size, Share, Analysis, Growth, Research Report 2026 – Fastbreak Daily

We regularly monitor the direct effect of COVID-19 on the market, as well as the indirect influence of related industries. These observations will be incorporated into the report. Request a free copy of this report: https://www.imarcgroup.com/plant-based-seafood-market/requestsample Global Plant Based Seafood Market Trends: The global plant-based seafood market is primarily driven …

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It’s the cherry harvest: the insurance challenge to bring cherries to China

“With the weather, with logistics delays, port slowdowns, it’s really a tough time and obviously these goods are perishing over time,” said Daniel Morrison (pictured) , national responsible for freight products for transport and logistics. insurer NTI. As the harvest is in full swing for many fruit and vegetable growers, …

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10 new trendy restaurants in the Twin Cities to discover in 2022

Even in the face of the challenges of the pandemic, the Twin Cities food scene continues to stand out. The big picture: The restaurant industry has been hit by restaurant restrictions, rising food prices, labor shortages and supply chain disruptions over the past two years. Why is this important: A …

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Registration open for the 2022 iteration of the dairy farm support program

ALBANY COUNTY – The enrollment period has started for the US Department of Agriculture’s 2022 Dairy Margin Coverage program, which is designed to insure dairy farmers with established production histories against squeezing margins beneficiaries by issuing payments whenever the ratio of the cost of feed to all milk prices reaches …

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Introducing the Farmers Market Coalition – Mother Earth News

Farmers’ markets provide a unique opportunity for customers and farmers to engage with each other in a community space and bond. Stalls brimming with seasonal produce, colorful food and flower vendors, fresh baked goods, opportunities to see neighbors and chat directly with your farmer – all of these things are …

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Manufacturing Process, Raw Materials, Project Report, Business Plan, Factory Setup, Industry Trends, Machinery Requirements 2026 – Syndicated Analytics – Fastbreak Daily

Latest Syndicated Analytics report titled “Cost of Ethanol Production Plant: Industry Trends, Project Report, Manufacturing Process, Plant Setup, Machinery, Raw Materials, Investment Opportunities, Costs and Revenue 2021-2026” covers all aspects including industry performance, key successes and risk factors, manufacturing requirements, project costs and economics, expected returns on investment, profit margins, …

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Landec Corporation announces sale of Fresh from Curation Foods

Strategic Selling Results in a CDMO Focused Business Aligned with Attractive Growth Categories and End MarketsThe net proceeds from the sale will be used to repay the debt, resulting in significant deleveragingAnnouncement of fiscal second quarter results on January 5, 2022 SANTA MARIA, Calif., December 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – …

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California proposes to reduce incentives for solar power on rooftops

SACRAMENTO, Calif .– California regulators on Monday proposed to reduce the discounts people who install home solar panels and storage systems get on their energy bills, which means it will take longer – a decade – to recover installation costs. California’s successful 26-year program to get more people to install …

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2020-2021 financial results …

The gross turnover of the Euralis Cooperative Group reached 1.44 billion euros for the 2020-2021 fiscal year, an increase of more than 100 million euros compared to the previous fiscal year, which includes the positive development of its scope and the negative impacts of the drop in cereal production, the …

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The government acts on the protection of carbon agriculture

THE federal government has announced that it will soon finalize new protections on carbon cultivation, requiring companies to make a special request to undertake large projects. Earlier this year, the protections were accepted by the federal government as a condition for the National Party to commit to a goal of …

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Covid leaves CEAT tire factory in limbo

Indian tire maker CEAT is unlikely to follow through on plans to build a manufacturing facility in Bangladesh, apparently at least until the economy fully recovers from the shocks induced by the coronavirus pandemic. “The project was put on hold after the emergence of Covid-19 in March of last year,” …

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Department of Agriculture organizes one-day training and capacity building program in Kupwara

The Department of Agricultural Production and Farmer Welfare of Kashmir organized a one-day capacity building / training program to release and maintain the capacity of the field extension set up at the hotel de Kupwara town for district officers / officials. Kashmir Agriculture Director Chowdhary Mohammad Iqbal inaugurated the program. …

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5 tips for wrapping gifts

The Laundry Guy is best known for his tips for keeping clothes clean. But on his HGTV show, Patric Richardson is also known for giving advice on being a better host and guest, and for adding a layer of Southern cuteness and charm to just about anything he does. His …

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Modi calls on farmers to embrace and encourage zero budget farming | Latest India News

Farmers should embrace natural farming to reduce costs and increase yields, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday and called on farmers to join a mega program on “natural farming” on December 16. {{^ userSubscribe}} {{/ userSubscribe}} Addressing a rally in Balrampur after the inauguration of the ??A 9,800 crore …

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Scientific ‘precision farming’ methods boost agriculture in India: report

ANI | Update: Dec 11, 2019 2021 18:54 STI New Delhi [India], Dec 11 (ANI): Strengthening scientific methods of “precision agriculture”, which involves the application of information technology in agriculture, will boost the agricultural sector in India.Historically, farming as a profession has had a lasting impact on the economy as …

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Your Voice: Unbox the effect of plant-based meat on the environment and health; protecting Hong Kong’s heritage (long letters) – YP

Vivian Yau shares her thoughts on the sustainability of alternatives to vegan meat. Photo: Handout As the market for plant-based meat grows with increasing consumer demand and investment, we must question the true sustainability of these alternatives – from their carbon footprint to their health effects. According to a New …

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Falling cement prices – the Hindu

Last week, a drop of 40 to 50 yen per 50 kg bag of cement was recorded in all brands in the retail market due to weaker demand. While dealers themselves were unsure of why demand had fallen, cement factories expressed concern that cost pressure was on them due to …

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Farmers in Swindon hit hard by pandemic as incomes drop to record high

The National Farmers’ Union has said 2020 is a tough year for the industry, with farms across England losing more than £ 1 billion in revenue. Figures from the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs show total farming income in Swindon was estimated to be around £ 1.5million …

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Farmers still struggling to receive new COVID relief money

Wisconsin will allocate new funds made available by the federal American Rescue Plan. Many Wisconsin farmers continue to struggle financially, even amid rising grain and milk prices, due to rising costs of production and continued supply chain disruptions, the top said Thursday responsible for state agriculture. These struggles are evidenced …

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Valio USA Introduces Oddlygood Oatmeal Yogurt in Growing US Plant-Based Yogurt Category

With US offices in Parsippany, New Jersey, Valio USA currently imports and sells its plant-based cheese products to US foodservice accounts. “Cheese has been at the heart of foodservice, so Oddlygood Oat Yogurt is our first retail launch in the United States,”Mari Meriluoto, director of marketing and business development for …

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Access road benefits farmers in Cebu’s ‘vegetable basket’

ROUTE FROM FARM TO MARKET. Farmers from Barangay Caleriohan, Dalaguete town, the known “vegetable basket” in Cebu province, pose during a visit by DSWD-7 officials on November 19, 2021. The P 7.5 million road project in within the framework of the KALAHI-CIDSS Kapangyarihan project in Kaunlaran sa The Barangay program …

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TTB Proposes Favorable Changes to Permit Application and Reporting Requirements for Certain Industry Members | Man’s pepper with trout

On December 3, the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Commerce (TTB) issued a regulatory proposal aimed at modernizing and streamlining the permit application and reporting requirements for distilled spirits plants (DSPs), wineries, importers, wholesalers, liquor dealers and other licensees. The changes proposed by the TTB are good for …

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Poots pledges £ 14million in environmental farming projects

Some 500 farmers are expected to give the green light to environmental farming projects with funding estimated at £ 14million, the Northern Ireland Minister for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs has announced, Edwin Poots. As part of the fifth round of DAERA’s Environmental Agriculture Program (EFS), successful applicants can expect …

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Bearden High students virtually design and sell plant-based water bottles

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – Juniors and seniors at Bearden High School in the Virtual Enterprises class picked up one of their classmate’s ideas to virtually start a water bottle business. The catch is, it’s not a disposable plastic water bottle. Instead, “Plas-Tech” is plant-based and uses nanocellulose, which comes from …

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Food producers grapple with disrupted supply chains – Resources & Agriculture

James Vercammen, professor of food and agriculture at the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia, doubts significant short-term or long-term food inflation is likely | Chung chow When recent flooding disrupted transportation corridors connecting Metro Vancouver to the rest of Canada, some panicked residents purchased excess …

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Commentary: Reform the cannabis tax now

By partnering with another local trade association of the Sonoma County cannabis industry, whose legalization under Proposition 64 was approved by 59% of the county’s voters in 2016, the Cannabis Business Association of Sonoma County (CBASC) – which represents cannabis and hemp companies affecting plants – and Sonoma Valley Cannabis …

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Nine people are running for local elections

LUMBERTON – Nine people applied for the next local elections on Monday. The postponed municipal elections for St. Pauls and Lumberton are March 8. The general election is on November 8. Lumberton Town Council Three candidates filed for Lumberton City Council seats on Monday, including two incumbents. The sieges of …

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Aging farmers, dying farmland

SPENCER’S LITTLE FARM, home to around 6,000 chickens, is an anomaly these days. By comparison, one of Spencer’s good friends living in one of Montana’s Hutterite settlements – communal farms operated by German-speaking Anabaptists – recently set up a barn that holds around 75,000 birds. “Egg production right now is …

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Hydro on track to build new state-of-the-art recycling plant in Michigan

Durability Hydro on track to build new state-of-the-art recycling plant in Michigan 06.12.2021By Nicole Kareta Hydro made the decision to invest in the construction of a new state-of-the-art aluminum recycling plant producing 120,000 tonnes of aluminum extrusion ingots per year. Construction is expected to begin early in the second quarter …

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Hopefully the beneficial insects could increase crop yields

A new research project involving 45 Canterbury farms will examine how specially designed native plantations could be used to attract beneficial insects, thereby increasing crop yields. Pollinators like bees are one of the beneficial insects that support agriculture in Aotearoa. Photo: 123RF The project is led by Plant and Food …

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Cuyamaca College presents its new ornamental horticultural complex

RANCHO SAN DIEGO – Cuyamaca College’s ornamental horticulture program now includes improvements in buildings and classrooms worthy of the study of applied natural sciences, with a focus on growing and caring for plants. Last week, Rancho San Diego School officially announced the completion and opening of its expanded ornamental horticulture …

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Former flight attendant embarks on farming – fbc news

People have turned to the land for food during this pandemic. Former flight attendant Phyllis Vatucawaqa says she became satisfied with her farming business after being made redundant due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Vatucawaqa says the pandemic has disrupted his seven years of employment with the national airline Fiji Airways. …

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Farmers protest cutbacks in occupational therapy hours | Top story

ALBANY – Hundreds of letters were hand-delivered to the Executive Chamber at Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office on Wednesday by concerned farmers and farm workers arguing against the pending decision by the State Wages Board to lower the threshold agricultural overtime to 40 hours. The Wages Council is due to vote …

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Only 17% of beef farms considered economically viable

The recently released Teagasc National Farm Survey 2020 Sustainability Report reveals economic differences, including profitability between dairy, cattle, sheep and tillage farms. In general, dairy farms show the highest economic performance, well ahead of all other systems in terms of gross production, gross margin and family farm income per hectare. …

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A farm in Visakhapatnam that popularizes natural agricultural techniques

Shankar Lingala of Rythu Mitra has spearheaded a silent movement to manage sustainable farms by applying soil science Ongole bulls, native cows, intermittent fighting of country chickens, sun-yellow butterflies and the peaty smell of fresh dung … this is Shankar and Padma Lingala’s farm for you. Shankar, despite being a …

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Suntory presents prototypes of 100% vegetable PET bottles

TOKYO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Suntory Group today announced that as a crucial step towards its goal of using 100% sustainable PET bottles globally by 2030 and phasing out all virgin petroleum-based plastic From its global supply of PET, the company has succeeded in creating a prototype PET bottle made …

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