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Scientists have Grown Vegetables in Antarctica

You may have never thought it truly possible for one to grow vegetable in Antarctica, one of the world’s coldest…

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Heat Stress Affects The Livestock Worldwide But A Diet Rich In Potassium And Zinc Might Be Helpful

Throughout the world, livestock represents the main food supply. Recently, livestock occupies more and more tropical and subtropical areas, which…

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Researchers Created Genetically Modified Plants To Resist Drought

The American researchers conducted a study to develop genetically modified plants to resist drought and they did it. Accordingly, this is…

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Alberta Agriculture To Receive $400 Million From The Alberta And Canadian Governments

The Alberta and Canadian governments will invest more than $400 million in Alberta agriculture sector over the next five years….

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Soil Degradation Due To Human Activity Increases Annually By 12 Million Hectares

According to the first comprehensive global assessment on soil degradation and restoration published by IPBES, soils are now in critical…

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Natural Ways And Remedies For A Better Crops Growth And Crops Protection

Earth’s lands offer us unbeatable qualities to obtain high-quality crops. However, for healthy and productive crops, smart using of the…

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Agriculture Saves Livelihoods and Lives: Put an End to World Hunger

In 2017, the Food and Agriculture Organization has made a worrying announcement. The number of hungry people all over the…

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Is the Agriculture Industry Ready for a New Infrastructure?

The destiny of American agriculture pivots upon the quality of the country’s foundation, as indicated by Zippy Duvall, leader of…

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Is The Future of Precise Agriculture Here?

In the late ’90s, Southeast Community College’s professor Rich Douglass put up cameras to a kite and started capturing the…

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French President Emmanuel Macron Was Booed During His Visit At The Agriculture Fair

Emmanuel Macron was whistled and booed for several minutes just a few hours ago (Saturday, February 24th) at the “Agriculture…

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