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Agriculture News 07/19/2019 08:53
Farmers can easily identify diseases, insects or pests and find a hassle-free solution for crop protection as they save money on pesticides, fungicides or herbicides, aiming for higher yield.
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PR Newswire 07/18/2019 15:15
The farm also features an innovative and patented anaerobic treatment cell system on the farm that significantly reduces waste solids, consumption of water and waste odor, with a recycling system that benefits the animals, crop care and the environment ...
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Farmers need to know if a spray pass is worth it, how to stage the crop, and which stage to target (for weed or disease control.
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FirstPost (India) 07/18/2019 00:23
The answer has come in the form of a gel that will cover the ground, protecting plants and crops from the harsh environment and the harmful UV radiation which is present on Mars, while also letting in enough light.
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Genetic Literacy Project 07/17/2019 07:03
Since its discovery more than 20 years ago, RNA interference (RNAi) has been extensively used in crop protection platforms.
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Seed Today 07/16/2019 10:04
RetailConnect enables a stronger relationship with independent retailers," said Jonathan Sweat, Vice President, Agricultural Solutions, BASF Canada.
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Farmers Weekly (UK) 07/16/2019 07:20
The average annual UK family shopping bill will rise by £786 if plant protection products are removed from farms, according to a new report.
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AgWeb - Blogs 07/15/2019 16:00
With some species of cover crops Young says Plant Variety Protection Act regulations are in play and, at the very least, your neighbor will need to verify he cleaned the seed prior to any transaction.
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Hindu Business Line (India) 07/15/2019 12:19
Many firms working in the crop nutrient and protection space have already approached the ICAR institute for licensing the technology.
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NCAT - News 07/13/2019 19:08
Posted on July 13, 2019 in Latest News by Tracy Mumma A team of researchers writing in Global Change Biology says that global food security is at increased risk from farming trends such as monocultures taking up more agricultural land and more crops relying on insects for pollination.
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