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Sustainable Agriculture- A Case Study for Australia
by
Tobi Nagy
Published on October 21, 2017
Agriculture

Introduction
Australia is oldest continent on earth and has one of the most fragile and least fertile soils. Other than Antarctica, Australia is the driest continent on this planet, with over 80% of our land arid and infertile. It has one of the least understood     .  .  .

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The Dangers of Pesticides
by
L A Parmley
Published on October 21, 2017
Agriculture

DDT (dichloro-diphenyl-trichloro-ethane) is one pesticide that has been unquestionably labeled hazardous to our health. It has been linked to cancer and is actually banned from all use in America now. DDT was widely used in the 1960's     .  .  .

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The Pros and Cons In The Work Of A Cultivator
by
James Monahan
Published on October 21, 2017
Agriculture

A cultivator is a person who is involved in the cultivation and supervision of a land, whether he may own the land or not. They play a vital role to the development of agriculture all throughout the world. Since agriculture is one of the most important of all exist     .  .  .

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New Evidence Shows The Lasting Effects of Pesticide Exposure
by
Dave Saunders
Published on October 21, 2017
Agriculture

A new study suggests that moderate exposure to pesticides could yield long-term negative results to the people exposed to them. These findings should serve as warning to those who indiscriminately spray pesticides around the house, exposing their children, pets and o     .  .  .

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Ancient Organic Revival
by
Boyd Martin
Published on October 21, 2017
Agriculture

We excitedly received a few packaged products from Essential Living Foods, anxious to try them out on our American palates. These were powdered forms of what is referred to as the "Lost Crops of the Incas"--a purple corn extract, Aji Amarillo Powder, and Camu Camu. W     .  .  .

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Have Bananas Lost Their Mojo?
by
Aimee Cremasco
Published on October 21, 2017
Agriculture

Though their sexy shape may resemble a "GoldMember," modern-day bananas simply aren't shagadellic. According to Belgian and French scientists, bananas may become extinct within the next 10 years due to their lack of genetic diversity, which makes them prone to attack     .  .  .

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Global Reforestation Initiative by AgroMicron
by
AgroMicron
Published on October 21, 2017
Agriculture

Thanks to specially acquired clone samples AgroMicron will now be able to completely regenerate an entire forest in some regions in seven to ten years. Which means the global deforestation problem might no longer be a problem.

The name given to this proj     .  .  .

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