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  1. Tenants Sought For Former Post Office Facility In Buffalo
    Date: December 17, 2016
    Source: Bizjournals.com

    "The downstate investors who recently acquired a closed U.S. Postal Service facility have started to aggressively market the New Buffalo Industrial Park site. 501 Audubon Properties LLC, the Great Neck-based investors, retained Steve Blake from CBRE/Buffalo to find tenants for the 65,247-square-foot Monsignor Valente Drive building. “Given the demand for this type of real estate, I expect we will get a lot of interest,” Blake said. Constructed in 1993, the building was a carrier annex and also…"

  2. Honey Bees Are In Trouble Across Pennsylvania
    Date: January 09, 2017
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Honey bees are in trouble across Pennsylvania Honey bees are in trouble according to the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association. Check out this story on ldnews.com: http://ldne.ws/2jikmCy A bee hive on display at the 101st installment of the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017."

  3. How Ohio Farmers Are Trying To Shrink Lake Erie Toxic Algal...
    Date: June 16, 2017
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Farmers in Northwest Ohio realize that runoff from their fields feeds the giant toxic algal blooms that grow in Lake Erie's western basin each summer, and that they share responsibility for reducing the annual outbreak. Many are attacking the problem using innovations in farm machinery, enhanced soil conservation practices and a return to some old-fashioned organic farming methods."

  4. Vertical Farming May Be About To Take Off
    Date: July 19, 2017
    Source: Agriculture News

    "As nations endeavour to produce higher-value crops and land availability becomes ever more scarce, looking forward is beginning to mean looking up for the most plugged in farmers. A report earlier this year from Global Market Insights suggested the market size for vertical farming would exceed US$13 billion by 2024."

  5. Seedless Watermelons: The Taste Of Summer
    Date: July 21, 2017
    Source: Agriculture News

    "For many people, seedless watermelons are a symbol of summer. Crisp and refreshing, this beloved red and green striped fruit represents a true slice of Americana."

  6. Man Charged With Spraying Manure On Us Border Protection Car
    Date: August 16, 2017
    Source: Agriculture News

    "A man who says his livelihood in agriculture has been nearly ruined by people who entered the country illegally to work on local farms is facing charges he sprayed liquid manure on a marked U.S. Customs and Border Protection car after confronting an agent about immigration enforcement. Mark Johnson is due in court Thursday in North Hero to answer charges of assault and disorderly conduct from the Aug. 3 spraying at the edge of a farm field about 2 miles south of the Canadian border."

  7. 'when Agriculture Hurts, Everybody Hurts:' Florence Caused $1.1b In Nc Agriculture Losses - Wral.com
    Date: September 26, 2018
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "WRAL.com 'When agriculture hurts, everybody hurts:' Florence caused $1.1B in NC agriculture losses WRAL.com "We knew the losses would be significant because it was harvest time for so many of our major crops and the storm hit our top six agricultural counties especially hard," Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler said in a statement. "These early estimates ... Agriculture losses from Hurricane Florence will top $1.1 billion, and that's just in NC News & Observer State: Total agricultural losses estimated at more than $1.1 billion WWAY NewsChannel 3 Florence will cost farmers more than $1 billion in lost crops and livestock Asheville Citizen-Times WYFF Greenville  - GoFundMe all 3,239 news articles »"

  8. Tiny Rare Fruit That Tastes Like Pineapple Could Hit Stores Thanks To Gene Editing
    Date: October 04, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "A rare fruit could wind up in U.S. stores in the near future after scientists spliced its DNA to make it heartier and more efficient. It's called the groundcherry, and its success could lead to the modification of more rare fruits and vegetables."


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