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  1. 27% Parasitic Weed Seems To Smell Its Prey
    Date: September 29, 2006
    Source: AP via Yahoo! News

    " The parasitic dodder plant doesn't have a nose, but it knows how to sniff out its prey. The dodder attacks such plants as tomatoes, carrots, onions, citrus trees, cranberries, alfalfa and even flowers, and is a problem for farmers because chemicals that kill the pesky weed also damage the crops it feeds on."

  2. 27% Local Conservation Group Receives Grant
    Date: October 20, 2006
    Source: Daily American

    "Natural Biodiversity, a Johnstown-based organization committed to restoring nature's diversity in Pennsylvania's Alleghenies, has announced that it has received federal funding through a renewed cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to continue their mission of controlling invasive plants and restoring a diversity of "

  3. 27% Local Conservation Group Receives Grant
    Date: October 27, 2006
    Source: Daily American

    "Natural Biodiversity, a Johnstown-based organization committed to restoring nature's diversity in Pennsylvania's Alleghenies, has announced that it has received federal funding through a renewed cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to continue their mission of controlling invasive plants and restoring a diversity of "

  4. 27% Some Cotton Acres To Shift Into Corn, Wheat This Year
    Date: February 05, 2007
    Source: bizjournals.com Agriculture:General headlines

    "The National Cotton Council announced results of its early season planting survey with U.S. cotton growers expected to plant 13.21 million acres in 2007, a 13.6 percent decrease from 2006. "

  5. 27% Soil Scientist Looks At Bringing Sludges Together
    Date: April 29, 2007
    Source: The Morning News

    "Philip Moore wants to kill two environmental birds with one stone by combining the sludge from drinking water treatment plants with the sludge from sewer treatment plants."

  6. 27% New Plant Industry Web Site Gives Businesses Access To Account Information And Reports
    Date: May 31, 2007
    Source: U.S. Newswire via Yahoo! News

    " Plant industry professionals are now just a click away from managing their business accounts and tracking test results thanks to a new producer dedicated Web site, PA Plants."

  7. 27% Cheesemaking Made Easier For The Little Guy
    Date: January 24, 2008
    Source: The Capital Times

    "There are 387 dairy plants listed in the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade & Consumer Protection's 2007 Dairy Plant directory. They include major cooperatives like Baraboo-based Foremost Farms, USA with multiple locations, privately owned Grande Cheese of Brownsville, which supplies East Coast family pizza makers with premium cheese, and a host of specialized cheese factories that have ..."

  8. 27% How 'downer' Cows Enter Food Chain
    Date: March 01, 2008
    Source: Chicago Tribune

    "Emaciated, calcium-depleted dairy cattle are turned into meat A videotape of crippled "downer" cows being mistreated at a California plant prompted outrage from animal welfare groups, a rebuke from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the plant's closure, criminal charges, a lawsuit, congressional hearings and the largest meat recall in U.S. history. "

  9. 27% Use Of Spent Dairy Cows In Beef Production Raises Questions
    Date: March 02, 2008
    Source: Arizona Daily Star

    "WASHINGTON — A videotape of crippled "downer" cows being mistreated at a California plant prompted outrage from animal welfare groups, a rebuke from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the plant's closure, criminal charges, a lawsuit, congressional hearings and the largest meat recall in U.S. history."

  10. 27% Tornado Damage Forces Milk Plant To Close Early
    Date: March 26, 2008
    Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    "Since 1941, it had been a calcium-rich fixture in Atlanta. But Saturday, the Atlanta Dairies plant, which for decades provided lunchtime beverages for metro Atlanta schoolchildren, bottled its last drop of milk. The 9.5-acre plant on the 700 block of southeast Memorial Drive had already been scheduled to close in May. But the March 14 tornado ripped off a 5,000-square-foot piece of roof and ..."

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