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  1. 34% Insects Used To Ease Aggressive Plant Spread
    Date: June 05, 2005
    Source: phillyburbs.com

    "The galerucella beetles were let loose on the purple loosestrife plant to check its growth."

  2. 34% A Big Stink Over Odors
    Date: June 08, 2005
    Source: The Christian Science Monitor

    "From smelly landfills to overburdened treatment plants, many Americans feel their noses are under assault."

  3. 34% Agriculture Officials Watching For Soybean Rust
    Date: June 13, 2005
    Source: Action News 4 Pittsburgh

    "PITTSBURGH -- Agriculture officials in Pennsylvania said they are keeping an eye out for a plant fungus known as soybean rust, which can devastate crops."

  4. 34% Biotech Backgrounder
    Date: October 14, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "According to USDA figures, corn producers planted 52 percent of their acres to biotech crops this year, up from 47 percent last year."

  5. 34% Pennsylvania Game Commission: Howard Nursery Offers Guidance To Landowners Seeking To Improve Wildlife Habitat
    Date: February 07, 2006
    Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

    " Landowners seeking to plant tree species beneficial to wildlife are encouraged to begin making plans now."

  6. 34% Farmers Watch For Impact Of 2 Fuel Plants On Prices
    Date: February 12, 2006
    Source: Reading Eagle/Reading Times

    "Local agriculture experts are unsure how the demand for soybeans created by two new biodiesel plants will affect the market."

  7. 34% Dry Spell Blossoms
    Date: March 31, 2006
    Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

    "Andrew Frankenfield, an agriculture specialist, was planting sweet corn at a farm in northern Montgomery County when he noticed something missing: mud."

  8. 34% Dry Spell Blossoms
    Date: April 01, 2006
    Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

    "Andrew Frankenfield, an agriculture specialist, was planting sweet corn at a farm in northern Montgomery County when he noticed something missing: mud."

  9. 34% Biofuel Plants Will Feed Demand For Corn, Soybeans
    Date: December 18, 2006
    Source: bizjournals.com Agriculture:General headlines

    " The advent of biodiesel and ethanol plants in Memphis and West Tennessee could generate a new source of revenue for area farmers. "

  10. 34% Bigger Corn Crop This Year Fuels Fear Of Increased Nutrient Runoff In Bay Watershed
    Date: July 22, 2007
    Source: Baltimore Sun

    "On the Farm -- Ted Shelsby It's been 15 years since Maryland farmers planted so much corn. "

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