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  1. 16% A Shift To Organic Agriculture
    Date: March 31, 2016
    Source: Agriculture News

    "The P.E.I. Potato Board's proposed scheme to plant trees between schoolyards and potato fields in collaboration with the provincial government and the P.E.I. Watershed Alliance is at best an acknowledgement that agricultural pesticides are a health threat to children. Earth Action views the proposal as an ill-conceived and desperate public relations stunt using children as pawns."

  2. 16% Animal-free Agriculture - Mystatesman.com
    Date: March 26, 2016
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Animal-free agriculture MyStatesman.com Lets suppose that the collective will exists to create a shift in the human diet to one that is plant-based, and that animals will be phased out of the American agriculture system. In the context of this vegan-topia, I have a nagging question: who is ..."

  3. 16% Secrets To Having A No Till Garden
    Date: June 20, 2016
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Want to save your aching back from double digging or rototilling in the garden? Kevin Marini has a plan for you. Although it's not as simple as just sticking a plant in untouched earth, it's fairly simple and doesn't involve backbreaking labor."

  4. 16% Md. Agriculture On Track To Meet Bay Goals - Lancaster Farming
    Date: June 24, 2016
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Md. Agriculture on Track to Meet Bay Goals Lancaster Farming We are pleased the EPA recognized the significant progress that has been made already and that Maryland agriculture is on track to meet its 2017 goals. Maryland farmers continue to plant record cover crop acreage, which is one of the most cost ..."

  5. 16% Timely Suggestions For What To Do In The Yard During The Days Ahead.
    Date: April 16, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "You may want to seriously consider planting your vegetables in containers or raised beds this season, especially if you lack space in your garden or if it's getting more difficult to dig in there and prepare the soil . Many varieties do well in containers, especially eggplant, herbs, lettuce, onions, peppers, radishes, tomatoes, zucchini and more."

  6. 16% Some Vegetable Growers Warn Of Possible Shortages In New Year
    Date: October 11, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Some vegetable growers are warning of possible shortages in the new year after this year's series of extreme weather conditions led to low yields. Growers of carrots, brassicas, onions, parsnips, potatoes and leeks have reported a drop in the size of the vegetables and yields after a year that has seen delays to planting because of freezing temperatures and an exceptionally wet April and a scorching summer that halted growing at best."

  7. 16% Wayne, Pennsylvania April 22, 2008 Using Satellite Imagery To Measure Plant Biomass, A Team Of Crop Scientists Has ...
    Date: April 22, 2008
    Source: SeedQuest

    "Planalytics, Inc. today as they introduced their new GreenReportĀ® E-newsletter."

  8. 10% Penn State And Cornell Team Up To Provide Soybean Rust Program
    Date: December 08, 2005
    Source: Penn State Crop Management Extension Alerts

    "Disease specialists at Penn State and Cornell have joined forces to provide a unique program addressing the current issues related to soybean rust. The program will be broadcast live to 14 locations in PA and 13 locations NY on Jan. 12th at 7-9pm . The program will feature Dr. Don Hershman, plant disease specialist at the Universality of Kentucky, and will cover topics ranging from the southern response to soybean rust to fungicide efficacy and timing. Make plans to join us for this special event, and contact a host location near you to preregister."

  9. 10% Scientists Identify Specific Barley Tissues Infected By Scab
    Date: February 22, 2010
    Source: USDA Agricultural Research Service

    "Recent studies involving the fungus that causes the disease known as scab in barley have helped Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists identify the specific tissues the fungus infects. The fungus Fusarium graminearum is the culprit behind scab in barley and wheat grain crops. Scab reduces yield by causing sterility and shrunken kernels, and contaminates the grain with mycotoxins. Plant molecular geneticist Ron Skadsen at the ARS Cereal Crops Research Unit in Madison, Wis., infected barley seed spikes with Fusarium transformed to contain a green fluorescent protein that makes the fungus glow neon-green when examined under a fluorescence microscope. He found that Fusarium attacks the protruding seed tip of the developing seed, the soft tissue connected with it (just under the hull) and, to a lesser extent, the seed’s outer hull. Previous studies using detached barley seeds found that the fungus will liquefy the starchy interior of the seed within five d..."

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