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Crops not setting records for quality after a wet year

Yields were above average almost across the board for crops in Saskatchewan this year, but a wet summer led to some less-than-desirable crop quality.

“We have lots of the crop, but it’s not as high-quality as we would have hoped,” said Shannon Friesen, crop management specialist with the Ministry of Agriculture in Moose Jaw. 853 more words


new books in horticulture and agriculture: ag in the southwest, mesquite history and uses, prteo cultivation, and orchids

Orchid: a cultural history, by J. Endersby

SB409.48 E64 2016, Parks Library Tier 1

At once delicate, exotic, and elegant, orchids are beloved for their singular, instantly recognizable beauty. 608 more words


Study Finds Little Evidence of Association Between Parental Pesticide Exposure and Spina Bifida

The authors of the evaluation, conducted as part of the National Birth Defects Prevention Study, concluded, “Overall, there was little evidence paternal occupational pesticide exposure was associated with spina bifida. 22 more words


In the beginning...

In 2013, I came across this article on Business Insider during my lunch break at Maya Group, Inc. This article gave me a grid of the decline in the honey bee population due to many different causes and their important role as pollinators for our food source. 102 more words


Metering Pump : Industry Guide Report By Wise Guy Reports

This report studies Metering Pump in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India, focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering… 695 more words

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Morning Milking Musings: Somewhere On A Beach.....

As we are buried under like half a foot of snow and more to come until tomorrow afternoon in addition to the start of temperatures under 30 degrees, I’m dreaming of those hot summer days where I was sweating through my shirt wishing for cooler ones.   289 more words


Lincoln native finds job editing in agriculture, enjoys learning

By Cassandra Huck
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

With no agriculture background of her own, Dana Ludvik’s job poses a challenge. She showcases what Nebraska does best: agriculture and water management. 537 more words