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US railways to halt grain shipments ahead of potential shutdown -agriculture sources

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Politics PMN News PMN Environment Author of the article: Reuters PJ Huffstutter and Tom Polansek Publishing date: Sep 13, 2022 , 13 minutes ago , 3 minute read , Join the conversation Article content CHICAGO — Some US railroads will start halting crop shipments on Thursday, a day ahead of a …

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Rhodes State College’s new agriculture technology program receives big donation from Nutrien | Agriculture

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State Agriculture Commissioner announces $1.4 million available to help NYS grown and certified farms implement environmental plans | Local Announcements

ALBANY — State Department of Agriculture and Markets Commissioner Richard A. Ball announced that $1.4 million is available to help New York fruit, vegetable, and specialty crop growers produce their products in an environmentally responsible manner through the Agricultural Environmental Management program (AEM). Farmers must be participants in the New York State Grown & Certified …

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Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture: Whychus Creek Art & Science Workshop — October 7-8

Whychus Creek, Sisters Oregon / Photo credit: The Photo Treehouse Participants in the two-day “Whychus Creek: Taking a Closer Look Workshop” will explore ecosystems, collect data and samples, and create artwork We love seeing where the intersections lie between two seemingly opposing forces – such as art and science – and that’s exactly what this …

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Where Is Green Giving Headed? 10 Trends in Conservation, Pollution and Agriculture Funding

This summer, I put together lists of the billionaires and foundations whose dollars help preserve wilderness areas, keep air and water clean, and make agriculture more sustainable. But what is it that these donors care about most right now? That’s one of the big questions we set out to answer in IP’s forthcoming report about …

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Controlled Environment Agriculture in a dynamic world

As energy costs increase, will Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) be able to compete with open field cultivation? This is a question often asked, but potentially the wrong question as it assumes that vertical farming is in direct competition with broadacre cultivation. This is one of the issues that will be discussed at the CEA event …

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FEATURE: Triple-dip La Nina may further heighten supply issues in agriculture markets

The ongoing La Nina climate phenomenon may extend into its third year in a rare event to become what is called a triple-dip La Nina. This is likely to extend the uncertainty currently prevailing across agriculture markets as supply estimates for various food commodities faltered this year, largely driven by weather adversities in top producing …

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Global Agriculture Sprayer Market Up-to-Date Trends, Upcoming Strategies, and Forecast Period 2022 – 2029

Global Agriculture Sprayer Market Global Agriculture Sprayer Market Size is USD 2251.47 million in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 2723.06 million by 2029, exhibiting a CAGR of 2.75%. NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Agriculture Sprayer Market research report starts with an elemental introduction along with product …

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