Prior organic farming practices and plantings can have lasting outcomes for future soil health, weeds and crop yields, according to Cornell research published Nov. 13 in the journal Agricultural Systems.
Scientists found the storms in the Corn Belt during the summer are becoming weaker and dropping less precipitation.
A new study found that rotating organic crop and livestock production on the same land didn’t pose significant food safety risks.
By using the innovative NPHarvest-process wastewater treatment plants can get an efficient pretreatment while producing ecological fertilizer simultaneously.
It’s not just oranges that grow in Florida. Carambola, or star fruit as most in the United States call it, is gaining popularity.
Finnish peatlands are under a bigger pressure from land use than has generally been realised.
The charred remains of wildfires in waterways could release carbon dioxide long after the blaze has died.
With intensifying human activity, many species are threatened with extinction. However, many other species have expanded their range.
In blind tests conducted by Cornell researchers, consumers rated a California broccoli tastier and better-looking than a pair of varieties grown in New York.
Diminished rainfall, combined with soaring temperatures, has jeopardized the food security and energy supplies of millions of people in the region.
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