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Chef Suzy Singh of NOW Foods shares today’s hottest homemade recipes to help you shape up smarter. Bloomingdale, Ill.
Eating nutritious food is important for people on a gluten-free diet so they can maintain good health.
Chef Suzy Singh Shares Smart Swaps, Snacking Tips and Recipes to Help Make This Year Your Most Successful Yet Bloomingdale, Ill.
The current issue of Weed Science offers results from a greenhouse experiment focused on how resistance might affect the continued fitness of Palmer amaranth plants by comparing glyphosate-resistant
Authors of an article featured in the current issue of Weed Technology collected waterhemp seed samples across Missouri to identify factors leading to glyphosate resistance.
The Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) discusses the ongoing battle against herbicide resistance.
HealthGrain Pty Ltd has developed an innovative product AmaMax Rush (TM), a gluten-free sports food formulated with the super grain Amaranth. Adelaide, South
The newly redesigned Life, Earth & Health Sciences Magazine EurekaMag.com has published 476 new abstracts on the biology of weeds.
A somber picture of the struggle against super-weeds emerged here today as scientists described the relentless spread of herbicide-resistant menaces like pigweed and horseweed that shrug off powerful herbicides and have forced farmers in some areas to return to the hand-held hoes that were a mainstay of weed control a century ago.
The journal Weed Technology features a new article documenting the results of field tests of resistant Palmer amaranth in glyphosate-resistant soybean crops in Arkansas.
The cockscombs are edible and ornamental plants named for their brightly colored flower heads, comprising the genus Celosia of the family Amaranthaceae (subfamily Amaranthoideae). They are similar in appearance and uses to the amaranths. Silver cockscomb is grown as a leaf vegetable and pseudo-cereal, especially in West and Central Africa and Southeast Asia. It is also the most important leaf vegetable of southern Nigeria. The crested cockscomb is a common garden ornamental plant in...
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