Farming

Migori youth venture into herb cultivation – Kenya news agency

Fred Odhiambo, a youth from Rongo Town, Migori County, cultivates herbs on his 40-square-meter organic farm for medicinal purposes. Odhiambo, teacher by profession and director of Organic Green System whose herbal business initiative is my farm, my food, my health and my wealth. He said he was motivated to start …

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Local Christmas tree grower says there is a shortage of some varieties

TARRANT, Alabama (WBRC) – Christmas trees grow in homes across the country, but for those who like to put their gifts under a real tree, you may have a harder time finding the variety you’re used to. . We have fingered the supply chain for many items that we can’t …

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Thank you for this year and prepare for the coming agricultural year

Haley Zynda As Thanksgiving Day approaches, you have undoubtedly been asked what you are grateful for. The typical answers I usually give are my family, my friends, the freedom to do whatever I want, and a career that I love. This year, I am also grateful for the bountiful harvest. …

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Crop insurance attracts more farmers to non-delta districts

About 6.65 lakhs of farmers registered on November 15, about 2.1 lakhs more than on the same date last year Districts in the non-Cauvery Delta recorded an increase of more than 45% in the number of farmers registered under the revised Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana this year compared to …

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The RSS feared that the agitation of the farmers would have an impact on social cohesion

The government’s decision to repeal the three controversial farm laws was also informed by RSS comments from the field that continued protests against them were having a negative impact on social cohesion. The Sangh Parivar, according to sources, was particularly worried about what he believed could translate into a chasm …

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Supply Chain Issues Affecting Missouri Farmers

I’m notoriously a last minute Christmas shopper, but I honestly do. Growing up, I remember going to Clinton with my dad on Christmas Eve after doing chores so he could shop at the jewelry store before it closed. Although I start planning with the greatest intentions, it always seems to …

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A new prairie skinning tool for farmers – Austin Daily Herald

Mower SWCD and USDA-NRCS Seek Partners to Enlist Cropland Parts After a heavy rain, Wayne DeWall would see the soil of his cultivated lands in Mower County blow up into the springs of the South Branch of the Root River. In recent years, however, that has changed where DeWall has …

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Swaraj tractors pave the way for the mechanization of horticultural agriculture

Swaraj Tractors, part of the Mahindra Group, has launched CODE, a revolutionary new multipurpose agricultural mechanization solution to transform horticultural agriculture in India. A locally designed agricultural mechanization solution, CODE is designed with the idea of ​​eliminating the drudgery of labor involved in horticultural agriculture. The narrowest and lightest ride-on …

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Small box turns waste into treasure for Ivorian farmers

NANDIBO, Côte d’Ivoire, November 10 (Reuters) – Award-winning waste processors help farmers in Côte d’Ivoire turn mountains of agricultural by-products into compost for their fields or gas for their stoves. The small green box “KubeKo” was imagined by the chemical engineer Noel N’guessan to recover the 30 million tons of …

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Cultivate at Susu Community Farm and Honor Vermont Indigenous Heritage

Cultivate at Susu Community Farm and Honor Vermont Indigenous Heritage Vermont has always attracted people looking to reconnect with the land. Susu CommUnity Farm’s mission goes beyond just growing vegetables, it’s about creating space for a community. Update: November 8, 2021 at 8:02 p.m. EST Hide transcription Show transcript COMMUNITY. …

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