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desmoinesregister.com - James A. Merchant - Iowa can choose a sustainable agricultural model, or it can choose CO2 pipelines
Iowa can choose a sustainable agricultural model, or it can choose CO2 pipelines
The Des Moines Register

James A. Merchant, MD, DrPH, is professor emeritus, Colleges of Public Health and Medicine, founding dean emeritus of the College of Public Health at the University of Iowa. He is former director of the Division of Respiratory Disease Studies…

odt.co.nz - Agriculture a hot topic of conversation
Agriculture a hot topic of conversation
Otago Daily Times Online News

Tarras woman Emily Walker has teamed up with Otago Daily Times Rural Life 2023 Year of the Farmer winner Myfanwy Alexander to launch a podcast called Ag in Conversation, digging into hot topics in the world of agriculture. She talks to business and…

hindustantimes.com - HT Correspondent - 10 U.P. farmers get ICFA awards for innovation in agriculture
10 U.P. farmers get ICFA awards for innovation in agriculture
Hindustan Times

Lucknow The Indian Chamber of Food and Agriculture (ICFA) presented Innovative Farmer Awards 2024 at the Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research here on Sunday, as part of Uttar Pradesh AgroTech 2024 event. {{^userSubscribed}} {{/userSubscribed}}…

indianexpress.com - Ravi Dutta Mishra - Why Thailand's now-replaced WTO Ambassador questioned India's agriculture subsidies, what India argued
Why Thailand's now-replaced WTO Ambassador questioned India's agriculture subsidies, what India argued
The Indian Express

After India, Thailand is the second largest rice exporter in the world. Tensions between India and Thailand rose to such an extent that Indian negotiators at the 13th Ministerial Conference of WTO, held from 26 to 29 February 2024 in Abu Dhabi…

kvue.com - Jeff Bell - LCRA agricultural customers go without Highland Lakes water due to drought conditions
LCRA agricultural customers go without Highland Lakes water due to drought conditions
kvue.com

Texas Drought LCRA made its decision to cut off supply because Lakes Buchanan and Travis are in 'extraordinary drought' conditions. Example video title will go here for this video AUSTIN, Texas — The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA)…

kgun9.com - Ryan Fish - Farmer fears AZ agriculture being left high and dry
Farmer fears AZ agriculture being left high and dry
KGUN 9 Tucson News

MARANA, Ariz. (KGUN) — Last year, Arizona made national news after allowing a foreign-owned farm to use massive amounts of the state's groundwater in the middle of a water crisis. State leaders have criticized the lack of regulation here at…

bbc.co.uk - Town's Georgian history explored in exhibition - BBC News
Town's Georgian history explored in exhibition - BBC News
BBC

Image source, East Riding of Yorkshire Council An exhibition featuring exhibits from Georgian times is set to open in Beverley, East Yorkshire. 'Through the Eyes of a Georgian Gentleman' takes inspiration from the work of prominent English diarist…

bloomberg.com - Doug Alexander - Five Key Charts to Watch in Global Commodity Markets This Week
Five Key Charts to Watch in Global Commodity Markets This Week
Bloomberg.com

As mining enthusiasts converge on Toronto for one of the industry's biggest global gatherings, lithium and uranium companies will vie for investors' attention. US natural gas is on a losing streak. Oil spreads are rallying. And renewable jet fuel…

agriland.co.uk - Eva Osborne-Sherlock - AIC urges farmers to take measures to prevent fertiliser theft
AIC urges farmers to take measures to prevent fertiliser theft
Agriland.co.uk

The Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) is urging farmers to take measures to prevent fertiliser theft and to follow safe handling and secure storage advice. The AIC said nitrogen-based fertilisers are at risk of being used in criminal…

theguardian.com - Whitney Bauck - Out with the animal cruelty. In with … mushrooms? These farmers are leaving factory farming behind
Out with the animal cruelty. In with … mushrooms? These farmers are leaving factory farming behind
The Guardian

Farmer Tom Lim had been raising poultry for 20 years when the company he worked for as a contractor terminated him without warning, leaving him saddled with debt and unsure of where to turn. “My heart just dropped,” he said. “I…

scmp.com - Study Buddy (Challenger): 7,700-year-old bottle found in China
Study Buddy (Challenger): 7,700-year-old bottle found in China
South China Morning Post

[2] The Peiligang people were also one of the oldest in China to make pottery, but the recent discovery is more similar to pieces made by the Yangshao culture (5000BC-3000BC). The Yangshao were an ancient people who lived along the Yellow River…

scmp.com - Laura Zhou - China hits back at Philippine envoy over economic coercion claims
China hits back at Philippine envoy over economic coercion claims
South China Morning Post

“On the contrary, it will only complicate the situation in the region, jeopardise regional peace and stability, and undermine its own security,” the embassy said. “We strongly advise the people concerned to stop spreading the…

forbes.com - Per and Britt Karlsson - Making Wine While At War - Everyday Life For Ukrainian Wineries
Making Wine While At War - Everyday Life For Ukrainian Wineries
Forbes

If there was a war raging in your country, it's hard to imagine that you would be thinking of making wine. But that's what 160 winemakers in Ukraine do. They still make wine. February 24 marked two years since Russia invaded Ukraine. The war zone…

idahopress.com - Guest commentary: Legislators missed critical opportunity by failing SB 1245
Guest commentary: Legislators missed critical opportunity by failing SB 1245
Idaho Press

Idaho is home to one of the world's largest deposits of phosphate ore and a strong mining economy. Phosphate fertilizers and herbicides are critical to agriculture, and Soda Springs is host to the only manufacturing plant in the western hemisphere…

al.com - Op-ed: EATS Act a hidden menace to Alabama farmers
Op-ed: EATS Act a hidden menace to Alabama farmers
al

As an Alabama poultry farmer, cattle rancher and the President of your Alabama Contract Poultry Growers Association, I stand on the frontlines – battling for our farmers. Today, I am here to raise the alarm about a perilous piece of…

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