Newly named bacteria help honey bee larvae thrive

Newly named bacteria help honey bee larvae thrive

ARS scientists have recently found new species of bacteria that appears to help honey bee larvae survive better, in laboratory studies.

The economics of organic production

The economics of organic production

It’s no surprise the demand for organic potatoes is growing in North America and beyond, as demand for all types of organic food is on the rise.

Predicting sidedress nitrogen rates

Predicting sidedress nitrogen rates

Applying some nitrogen (N) to your corn crop at planting time and some as a sidedress at about the six-leaf stage often makes more economic sense than a single

Tips for herbicide tank-mixing

Tips for herbicide tank-mixing

Avoiding shut downs, gack, gels and headaches.

Unvented Heaters

Unvented Heaters

Have you gotten a notice about unvented heaters in your poultry barns and wondered what it meant?

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North American Manure Expo comes to Canada...
For the first time ever, the North American Manure Expo is being hosted within a Canadian province. The annual show is being held August 20 and 21, 2013, at the University of Guelph’s Arkell Research Station, located near Guelph, Ontario. So, what's a Manure Expo and why should you attend? This video will provide all the dirt.
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Expert Dr. Susan Watkins discusses Water Sanitatio...
Expert Dr. Susan Watkins discusses Water Sanitation
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The population explosion...
With the world's population increasing exponentially and farmland staying the same, BASF took to the streets to ask consumers if this trend is sustainable.