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"Grow" Your Grain & Field Crops Knowledge at Next Month's Winter Conference

Considering where you want to spend your time at our 2016 Winter Conference? The Grains and Field Crops track has eight wonderfully diverse workshops, all serving our conference theme of… 263 more words

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Late Rains, Late Blog Post

Wuah wuah sorry for the writing hiatus! Along with torrential rains, rainy season has also brought about a surge of work. Although the rains were a month late, rains this year have been a drastic increase from the past year, something that my mother and all of the farmers remind me daily. 1,148 more words

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Welcome to OnceAre Zimbabwe

At OneAcre, we believe in opening up new challenges and opportunities for agriculture in Zimbabwe. We add a whole new dimension and mind-set to the way agriculture is practised, helping you to embrace modern technologies, expert advice and technical support to gain precise control of your profits. 183 more words


Mexico's "Harvest of Shame" fills American tables

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Half the tomatoes consumed in the U.S. come from Mexico

The tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers arrive year-round by the ton, with peel-off stickers proclaiming “Product of Mexico.”

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A Startling Discovery Made By Plant Biologists

Reports recently published by noted plant biologists claim that plants have the ability to communicate with one another The ever alert  Home Land Security has begun setting up listening devices in field crops all across this nation to intercept and record all conversations in an attempt to weed out any potential danger from invasive foreign plants that may have a hostile agenda Any person or persons recognized as buying an unusual amount of seed or root-stock or soil fertilizer will come under strict and close observation Several Amish farmers from Nebraska have already been quietly rounded up for questioning in Rumania When interviewed for comment former vice president D Chaney remained silent but was seen by some seasoned reporters as smiling a good bit

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Name That Weed - The Third Edition

Welcome back to the third edition of “Name That Weed!” This week we have some rather easy and some rather tricky weeds. Make sure to comment below and let us know how many you got right! 629 more words


Snapple Fact # 903

The first TV toy commercial aired in 1946 for Mr. Potato Head. 10 more words

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