Monthly Archives: November 2021

Discover Haywood Farms with the help of the Local Kitchen app | Life

Farm visits, overnight stays, weddings. Clearly, there’s more to farming than just growing food these days. Agriculture is North Carolina’s primary industry, and the Visit NC Farms smartphone app aims to highlight this by being a one-stop-shop for all things agriculture and agritourism. The application lists agricultural and agro-tourism destinations. …

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Supply chain issues cause small retailers to gamble on hoarding

Megan Searfoss racked up sneakers in Connecticut. Ms Searfoss, owner of two running stores in Darien and Ridgefield, Connecticut, would normally have around 3,000 pairs of shoes in stock before the holiday season. But as she watched supply chain problems in Vietnam mount this summer and into the fall, she …

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USU Extension receives grant to help refugee and Native American farmers

By Shelby Ruud Jarman Utah State University Extension recently received a grant to fund programs that will improve farming opportunities for refugees and Native American farmers in Utah. The grant comes from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). “Strengthening and …

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Tuesday November 30: Winter agriculture

Tuesday November 30: Winter agriculture Winter farming sounds like an oxymoron, but the growing, growing and selling of produce takes place during the colder months of the year. Update: November 29, 2021 at 7:22 p.m. EST Hide transcription Show transcript These 180 cultivated acres at Natick have endured many winters. …

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LG Energy Solution Confirms $ 1.36 Billion Electric Vehicle Battery Factory

The Michigan branch of LG Energy Solution has confirmed a $ 1.36 billion investment in an electric vehicle battery plant in North America by 2024, according to Korean regulatory documents released on Monday. The $ 1.36 billion funding will be used to expand its annual production capacity to the United …

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Advance Growing Season, Harvest to Sprout Broccoli | New

WILLSBORO – Harvesting and planting broccoli in early spring is one of the last growing season projects at Willsboro Research Farm funded by the Upstate New York Agricultural Development Program. “One of the main crops I’m interested in is sprouting broccoli,” said Elisabeth Hodgdon, regional vegetable specialist for the Cornell …

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India’s fertilizer black market is booming as prices skyrocket

Indian farmers pressed by a massive shortage of fertilizers are turning to the black market and paying exorbitant prices for their supplies. The shortfall has led to a thriving market where nutrients from subsidized crops are sold illegally at prices well above government-set levels. Shady agents have been busy responding …

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Community systems offer alternative pathways for solar growth

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Walking on the roof of his church among 630 solar panels, Bishop Richard Howell Jr. acknowledged that climate change is not the most pressing concern for his predominantly black congregation – albeit it disproportionately harms people of color and the poor. “The violence we are experiencing, the …

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Migori youth venture into herb cultivation – Kenya news agency

Fred Odhiambo, a youth from Rongo Town, Migori County, cultivates herbs on his 40-square-meter organic farm for medicinal purposes. Odhiambo, teacher by profession and director of Organic Green System whose herbal business initiative is my farm, my food, my health and my wealth. He said he was motivated to start …

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Chicago Small Business Saturday: “Time to Really Get Out”

Neighborhood groups across the city focused on small businesses on Saturday, luring shoppers with deals, live music, refreshments and more after another brutal year for retail due to COVID -19. “Small businesses are what makes Chicago, Chicago,” said Angelica Moore, owner of Detoxxed Body in Bridgeport. “We are a city …

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Grow hydroponic vegetables with the “catch-all” crop

I recently had the opportunity to join our volunteer Master Gardeners in Stark County on a tour of the student greenhouses on the Wooster Campus at Ohio State University. Our guide, Dr Uttara Samarakoon, Assistant Professor Specializing in Hydroponics and Floriculture, is also the Associate Program Coordinator of the Applied …

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Local plants, vintage bricks and mortar a perfect balm

What started out as a nerdy ?? The teenage hobby snowballed into a booming business and new storefront in Winnipeg’s Stock Exchange District. While other children played sports after school, Natassia Bezoplenko-Brazeau was drawn to making soap. She had read books on the subject and had started experimenting in her …

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U.S. manufacturers rush to ease pandemic ammunition shortage

November 27, 2021 Lonoke, Arkansas JUST TWO Vista Outdoor and Olin Corp meet most of the US demand for ammunition, primarily through two long-established brands. Remington, which is part of Vista, was founded in 1816, and Winchester Ammunition, owned by Olin Corp, started in 1866. Due to increasing demand for …

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INDOOR AGRICULTURE IS GAINING IN POPULARITY | The star

Indoor AGRICULTURE is on the rise in local agriculture with private companies like Sananbio supporting the government’s attempt to increase the level of vegetable self-sufficiency to 70% by 2025. “Building on Sananbio’s strong technical experience, I hope Sananbio will be able to help the Malaysian government achieve its modern agriculture …

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Strike looms at one of Canada’s largest beef processing plants as Cargill workers vote against offer

The union representing workers at the Cargill meat-packing plant near High River, Alta., Said employees rejected the company’s contract offer after two days of voting – over concerns over health and safety related to COVID-19. The prospect of a strike starting on December 6 has given prairie ranchers a chance …

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Local Christmas tree grower says there is a shortage of some varieties

TARRANT, Alabama (WBRC) – Christmas trees grow in homes across the country, but for those who like to put their gifts under a real tree, you may have a harder time finding the variety you’re used to. . We have fingered the supply chain for many items that we can’t …

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Stuck by the energy crisis, the Spanish coal-fired power station which was to close is set ablaze

AS PONTES, Spain, November 24 (Reuters) – Soaring demand for electricity in Spain, where a cold snap is worsening the energy crisis, has prompted the electricity company Endesa (ELE.MC) to restart a power plant in coal which has been inactive since July and The shutdown is planned as part of …

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Quad-Cities prepares to welcome more refugees than ever | national news

When Hope Nyanduhura relocated to the United States as an African refugee, she encountered people who forged a similar path to America. Alongside nonprofits and resettlement agencies, the former refugees helped translate as she navigated through medical appointments, housing and paperwork and made her feel more at home. comfortable in …

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Best Chicago Businesses to Support for Small Businesses Saturday 2021

Shopping in small businesses often means that you are reinvesting your money directly in your community. Supporting the locals who had a dream and a few dollars, who could be your neighbors, friends and family, is always a great way to go. Local entrepreneurs who go all out in their …

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The State of food and agriculture 2021: making agrifood systems more resilient to shocks and stresses – World

Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vulnerability of agrifood systems to shocks and stresses and has led to increased food insecurity and malnutrition around the world. Actions are needed to make agrifood systems more resilient, efficient, sustainable and inclusive. The State of Food and Agriculture 2021 presents national indicators …

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Thank you for this year and prepare for the coming agricultural year

Haley Zynda As Thanksgiving Day approaches, you have undoubtedly been asked what you are grateful for. The typical answers I usually give are my family, my friends, the freedom to do whatever I want, and a career that I love. This year, I am also grateful for the bountiful harvest. …

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Alabama Power buys Calhoun plant despite rising gas prices

Alabama Power has asked the Alabama Civil Service Commission to purchase a 743 MW gas-fired power plant in Calhoun County, Alabama, despite its parent company’s net zero emissions goal and strong increase in gas prices which risk pushing up customer bills. Alabama Power’s decision to purchase the plant, which is …

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Reduced soil contamination from splashing fine beans

A A consortium of leading horticultural companies and researchers is investigating solutions to ‘splash soil’ contamination of fine beans grown by commercial and smallholder farmers in Kenya for export to the UK. The group, which received funding from Innovate UK in 2019, is undertaking on-farm research in Kenya to assess …

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LSU Garden News: Amaryllis and Paperwhites Bulbs May Be Forced to Flower | Home & Garden

Can you trick a flower into blooming early? Yes. Spring flowering bulbs can be encouraged to break dormancy by manipulating their environment, prompting them to share their beauty before they are naturally ready. Nowadays, you can buy bulbs that are already forced, but gardeners who like a challenge will want …

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Meet the team helping farmers in India

Now that the 2021 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge winners have been officially announced, we want you to learn more about each winning team and the story behind each innovation. The Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge is an annual competition that awards cash prizes to entry-level technology entrepreneurs who solve …

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Crop insurance attracts more farmers to non-delta districts

About 6.65 lakhs of farmers registered on November 15, about 2.1 lakhs more than on the same date last year Districts in the non-Cauvery Delta recorded an increase of more than 45% in the number of farmers registered under the revised Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana this year compared to …

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Solar Water Desalination Plant Market Size, Industry Revenue and Opportunity Research Report by 2028

Reports and data The solar water desalination plant research report includes comprehensive analysis including the financial status, limitations and dynamics that may affect the market. NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, Nov. 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Global Solar Water Desalination Plant Market Research Report is a study published by Reports …

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Kelly Bullis: Income averaging for farmers

Tax advice (and others) Kelly bullis By Kelly J. Bullis Saturday 20 November 2021 How many of you remember when you were a child that you dreamed of being a farmer or a rancher? What!? Am I the only one who has dreamed of driving tractors to plant and harvest …

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No more COVID testing requirement for returning Canadians

The Canadian government has ended its controversial but costly – $ 300 and more – requirement for a negative COVID-19 test for those returning home after a trip abroad of less than 72 hours. Even though vaccinated Canadians can once again cross the Canada-U.S. Land border for non-essential travel, they …

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The RSS feared that the agitation of the farmers would have an impact on social cohesion

The government’s decision to repeal the three controversial farm laws was also informed by RSS comments from the field that continued protests against them were having a negative impact on social cohesion. The Sangh Parivar, according to sources, was particularly worried about what he believed could translate into a chasm …

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Tax breaks for Sergeant Bluff’s plant and state grants for four central Iowa start-ups

A state council has approved tax breaks for a proposed expansion of a soybean processing plant in northwest Iowa. Ag Processing, Inc., known as AGP, plans to spend more than $ 71 million to modernize its Sergeant Bluff facility. The improvement will speed up the crushing rate of soybeans. AGP …

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Guide to Bellport and Brookhaven, New York

About 90 miles east of Manhattan is a small village on Long Island called Bellport. Drive through town on Main Street, South Country Road, and you’re off in a flash. This is exactly what people seem to like about it. Just 1.5 square miles and a few blocks from tidy …

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Sherman opts for cannabis program | News, Sports, Jobs

Colleen Meeder SHERMAN – Following a public forum in October and previous discussions at Sherman Village Board of Directors meetings, Mayor Colleen Meeder presented a summary of her notes on cannabis retail sales and consumption on site at the village board meeting on November 3. Meeder began by reminding administrators …

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AgriStability should not be replaced

Farmers hoping to replace AgriStability in the next five-year federal-provincial-territorial partnership will likely be disappointed. Canada’s agriculture ministers agreed on a set of principles to guide the next policy framework at their November 8-10 meeting in Guelph. However, replacing AgriStability with a margin-based program is not one of them. Instead, …

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Supply Chain Issues Affecting Missouri Farmers

I’m notoriously a last minute Christmas shopper, but I honestly do. Growing up, I remember going to Clinton with my dad on Christmas Eve after doing chores so he could shop at the jewelry store before it closed. Although I start planning with the greatest intentions, it always seems to …

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Enernet Global Secures Solar Power Contract to Begin Construction of Emission-Reducing Power Plant for Sarangani Coastal Shrimp Farm

Company’s Energy-as-a-Service Model to Provide Cheap and Reliable Electricity in Booming Philippines Aquaculture Industry MANILA, Philippines, November 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Enernet Global Inc. (“Enernet”), through its local company, Enernet FLV Energy Corp., has been awarded a contract to operate solar energy and other important permits to supply Sarangani …

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AppHarvest brings the future of agriculture to the present

(Photo: AppHarvest brings the future of agriculture to the present) Are you wondering how we can have the biggest positive impact on climate change? Look at the food we grow and eat. Farmers are the ones who bear the responsibility of producing food for the growing world population, but this …

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Bequest of $ 2 million for the benefit of plant science students

The late Professor Raymond T. Fox ’47, MS ’52, Ph.D. ’56, renowned for his flower shows at Cornell events, has dedicated more than 50 years to teaching and raising awareness about floriculture. From now on, a bequest of approximately $ 2 million from his estate will enrich the educational experiences …

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The 10 Most Common Mistakes Farm Families Make During Transitions

What are the biggest mistakes farmers make when transitioning their businesses to the next generation? Curt Ferguson spent 30 years in estate law, working with farming families to plan their estates and grow their businesses. And as the insurance ad says, he knows a thing or two because he’s seen …

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A new prairie skinning tool for farmers – Austin Daily Herald

Mower SWCD and USDA-NRCS Seek Partners to Enlist Cropland Parts After a heavy rain, Wayne DeWall would see the soil of his cultivated lands in Mower County blow up into the springs of the South Branch of the Root River. In recent years, however, that has changed where DeWall has …

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Alternative plant products are expected to drive demand for new enzyme solutions

Dublin, November 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Global Food Enzymes Growth Opportunities” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The objective of this research is to assess the advisability of using enzymes from food and drink as processing aids. Enzymes are defined as specialized proteins that act as catalysts …

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Rice fields, destroyed farms; inevitable food crisis!

It was revealed during a discussion held at the Ministry of Agriculture yesterday (15) that around 75,000 to 100,000 hectares of rice paddies have been damaged due to bad weather conditions. The most affected areas are in Puttalam, Anuradhapura and other districts and around 300 hectares of rice paddies in …

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Citrus World home sales ‘defied logic’ with an 8% increase last year

LAKELAND – Citrus World has announced that its juice sales to retailers are higher than last year, according to a press release from the producers’ cooperative. COO Chris Groom reviewed the sales performance over the past year at Citrus World in Lake Wales last week at the company’s shareholders meeting. …

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Mill Creek Farm donates to Purple Haze SAP

Coraggioso at Mill Creek Farm (ignore Dickstein’s photo) SARATOGA, NY – Mill Creek Farm of Saratoga is pleased to announce that we will be donating a 2022 season to their new stallion Coraggioso, the 2012 NYSS Champion, to the Purple Haze Standardbred adoption program, said owner Anne Morgan. In addition, …

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Swaraj tractors pave the way for the mechanization of horticultural agriculture

Swaraj Tractors, part of the Mahindra Group, has launched CODE, a revolutionary new multipurpose agricultural mechanization solution to transform horticultural agriculture in India. A locally designed agricultural mechanization solution, CODE is designed with the idea of ​​eliminating the drudgery of labor involved in horticultural agriculture. The narrowest and lightest ride-on …

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ALPLA commissions a Mexican plant – Waste Today

As the fall season continues, national paper mills maintain strong business to meet global containerboard and packaging needs. In late October, many paper mills, including Sonoco, Graphic Packaging International and International Paper, said they expected strong seasonal demand for corrugated packaging for the rest of the year. While national paper …

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Small box turns waste into treasure for Ivorian farmers

NANDIBO, Côte d’Ivoire, November 10 (Reuters) – Award-winning waste processors help farmers in Côte d’Ivoire turn mountains of agricultural by-products into compost for their fields or gas for their stoves. The small green box “KubeKo” was imagined by the chemical engineer Noel N’guessan to recover the 30 million tons of …

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Cultivate at Susu Community Farm and Honor Vermont Indigenous Heritage

Cultivate at Susu Community Farm and Honor Vermont Indigenous Heritage Vermont has always attracted people looking to reconnect with the land. Susu CommUnity Farm’s mission goes beyond just growing vegetables, it’s about creating space for a community. Update: November 8, 2021 at 8:02 p.m. EST Hide transcription Show transcript COMMUNITY. …

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New Jersey Thanksgiving Food and Takeout Options

Thanksgiving dinner is not unique. Some people like a fine dinner with silky mashed potatoes and elegantly roasted vegetables in shiny demi-glace. Others find a roast turkey with a hearty cornbread stuffing, simple braised sprouts, and a macaroni and cheese platter much more to their liking. We are not here …

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Tagalong robots follow you to know where you are going

Fast forward Piaggio When Amazon introduced its Astro home robot earlier this year, it first introduced the robot Following behind a person. It’s a simple idea that has captured people’s imaginations with science fiction depictions, like R2-D2 and BB-8 from Star wars, and in fact, with research projects like that …

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Power Plant Feed Water Heater market 2021 industry research, segmentation, key player analysis, and forecast to 2029 – bolivar commercial

Summary of the report: The report titled “Power Plant Feed Water Heater Market” provides a major overview of the Power Plant Feed Water Heater industry covering different product definitions, classifications, and industry chain structure participants. . The quantitative and qualitative analysis is provided for the global power plant water heater …

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Farmers receive aid for cleanup from SA storm

The South Australian government will help cover the cleanup costs of fruit and vegetable growers hit by last week’s devastating hailstorm. The storm swept through parts of Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills last Thursday, damaging buildings, cars and causing severe crop losses. It also caused extensive damage in the Barossa …

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Cedar Fair Reports Record Third Quarter Revenue

3 November 2021, 11:47 Cedar Fair theme parks posted record revenue for the third quarter of 2021, driven by a sharp increase in guest spending inside its parks. Attendance for the three months ending September 26 was only 82% of the comparable period in 2019, before the pandemic. But per …

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Few complaints, despite higher prices

Few complaints, despite higher prices

Direct marketing is available in many types. There are numerous farms that deliver home deliveries of fruits and vegetables and also mixed-subscriptions. The current economic downturn has led to an increased need for these products. The farms that provide the services have observed increased subscriptions to vegetables and fruits in particular in …

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Farmers fear supply chain issues affect planting season 2022

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – As local farmers finish this year’s harvest, they are already looking to next year. Farmers and economists have said they fear getting the supplies they need due to supply chain issues. Local farmers said they were worried about their inputs in 2022. These are things they …

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