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  1. 34% More Farmers Tout Benefits Of Winter Cover Crops
    Date: October 21, 2013
    Source: Agriculture News

    "As he reaps his corn and soybeans, however, he's also watching as new plantings - clover, wheat and even more soybeans - start to grow."

  2. 34% Fruit Trees, Row Crops May Be Weather Affected
    Date: April 06, 2014
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Up and down temperatures across Arkansas may affect Arkansas fruit trees and a wet spring could delay planting of row crops in the state."

  3. 34% Corn Stand Assessment
    Date: April 10, 2006
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "In general, this has been a great year for planting corn and another corn crop is emerging in many parts of the state now.? Corn planting has progressed rapidly (USDA reports 58% planted, 17% ahead of 5 year average)."

  4. 34% Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania And St. Louis, Missouri December 12, 2007
    Date: December 13, 2007
    Source: SeedQuest

    "Plant Health Care Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Plant Health Care plc (AIM: PHC), and Monsanto Company (NYSE: MON) have entered into an agreement to evaluate, develop and commercialize applications of Plant Health Care’s Harpin-based technology."

  5. 34% Farmers To Plant Record Low Wheat Acres, Most Soybeans Ever
    Date: March 31, 2017
    Source: Agriculture News

    "The amber waves of grain are about to turn into bean pods as farmers report they'll plant millions of acres in soybeans instead of wheat this year as a global glut of the grain has made it unprofitable to grow. In its annual prospective plantings report released Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said wheat acres will be the lowest on record this year at 46.1 million acres and soybean planting will be at a record high of 89.5 million acres."

  6. 34% Usda: Illinois Farmers To Plant More Corn Than Soybeans
    Date: April 06, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "The latest report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture says Illinois farmers are expected to continue planting more corn than soybeans even as the trend changes nationally. The Pantagraph reports that the USDA's prospective plantings estimate says there will likely be 11 million corn acres planted in Illinois this year, about 200,000 fewer acres than last year."

  7. 34% The Plants In Your Garden May Not Come From Where You Expected
    Date: May 16, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "That hanging flower basket you bought mom for Mother's Day, the perennials you planted for ground cover or the annuals being considered for the special pot on the patio may have been shipped from a greenhouse near Puget Sound, but some of the plants inside the containers may have started out in South America or Africa. Western Washington is one of the nation's biggest producers of landscape and nursery plants, generating more than $365 million in annual sales for an industry producing everything from acaena to zinnias."

  8. 34% Students Manage Fish, Plant Farm Through Program
    Date: June 10, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    ""The plants need the fish and the fish need the plants," explained junior Tamia Davidson as she demonstrated how the system works. Kale, Swiss chard, collard greens and mint plants grow with their roots suspended in water on tables connected to the tilapia tank."

  9. 32% Predators, Man Try To Live Together
    Date: May 22, 2005
    Source: Lebanon Daily News

    "Out there, there are ticks, mosquitoes, bears, venomous snakes and sun, which can cause skin cancer. Inside, there are air conditioning and exercise machines, computers, television and probably some harmful substance in our drinking water, perhaps in our insulation."

  10. 32% News In Brief From Central Pennsylvania
    Date: December 23, 2005

    "GRANTVILLE, Pa. - Penn National Gaming Inc. would build a $212 million, five-story racino at Penn National Race Course, covering 365,000 square feet and including a simulcast area for dog and horse races, if granted a state slot-machine parlor license, the company said."

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