AppHarvest brings the future of agriculture to the present

(Photo: AppHarvest brings the future of agriculture to the present) Are you wondering how we can have the biggest positive impact on climate change? Look at the food we grow and eat. Farmers are the ones who bear the responsibility of producing food for the growing world population, but this …

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Bequest of $ 2 million for the benefit of plant science students

The late Professor Raymond T. Fox ’47, MS ’52, Ph.D. ’56, renowned for his flower shows at Cornell events, has dedicated more than 50 years to teaching and raising awareness about floriculture. From now on, a bequest of approximately $ 2 million from his estate will enrich the educational experiences …

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The 10 Most Common Mistakes Farm Families Make During Transitions

What are the biggest mistakes farmers make when transitioning their businesses to the next generation? Curt Ferguson spent 30 years in estate law, working with farming families to plan their estates and grow their businesses. And as the insurance ad says, he knows a thing or two because he’s seen …

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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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Alternative plant products are expected to drive demand for new enzyme solutions

Dublin, November 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Global Food Enzymes Growth Opportunities” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The objective of this research is to assess the advisability of using enzymes from food and drink as processing aids. Enzymes are defined as specialized proteins that act as catalysts …

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Rice fields, destroyed farms; inevitable food crisis!

It was revealed during a discussion held at the Ministry of Agriculture yesterday (15) that around 75,000 to 100,000 hectares of rice paddies have been damaged due to bad weather conditions. The most affected areas are in Puttalam, Anuradhapura and other districts and around 300 hectares of rice paddies in …

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Citrus World home sales ‘defied logic’ with an 8% increase last year

LAKELAND – Citrus World has announced that its juice sales to retailers are higher than last year, according to a press release from the producers’ cooperative. COO Chris Groom reviewed the sales performance over the past year at Citrus World in Lake Wales last week at the company’s shareholders meeting. …

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Mill Creek Farm donates to Purple Haze SAP

Coraggioso at Mill Creek Farm (ignore Dickstein’s photo) SARATOGA, NY – Mill Creek Farm of Saratoga is pleased to announce that we will be donating a 2022 season to their new stallion Coraggioso, the 2012 NYSS Champion, to the Purple Haze Standardbred adoption program, said owner Anne Morgan. In addition, …

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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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ALPLA commissions a Mexican plant – Waste Today

As the fall season continues, national paper mills maintain strong business to meet global containerboard and packaging needs. In late October, many paper mills, including Sonoco, Graphic Packaging International and International Paper, said they expected strong seasonal demand for corrugated packaging for the rest of the year. While national paper …

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