New evidence has emerged about the agriculturally important process of vernalization in a development that could help farmers deal with financially damaging weather fluctuations.
From the air, the last gasp of the Colorado River is sudden and dramatic.
Stress is known as the “killer disease” and in humans it can lead to an increased risk of terminal issues such as heart attack or stroke.
Building on existing agricultural practices—and not pointing fingers at farming as a climate change villain—will better address the hotly debated issue, says a University of Alberta expert.
Food production from this continually cropped land has skyrocketed — and its nutritional value has increased.
Toward the end of every year, the Northeast Indian Monsoon (NEM) batters southern India with torrents of driving rain, but climatologists have never precisely defined when the monsoon begins and ends.
Not only does Canada continue to have a problem with fish mislabelling, but that problem persists throughout the supply chain, according to a first-ever study by University of Guelph researchers.
Research shows the practice is compatible with no-till, doesn't increase sedimentation.
That’s bad news for sustainable agriculture.
As an agricultural amendment, gypsum has good amounts of calcium and sulfur and helps with soil stability.
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