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2012-01-06 20:20:00

GlyTol and GlyTol LibertyLink technologies demonstrate success in Southwest during first season ORLANDO, Fla.

2011-12-13 22:31:54

Ridge and furrow rainwater-harvesting (RFRH) systems with mulches were first researched in the flat, lowland, semiarid conditions of northwest China to improve water availability and to increase crop production.

2011-12-02 08:00:00

San Jose’s professional landscaper, Palomares Tree and Gardening Service, offers helpful tips on fall planting. San Jose, CA (PRWEB) December 02, 2011

2011-11-18 02:39:19

Traditionally addressed through hand-weeding and/or herbicide application, controlling weeds is one of most costly operations in nursery production.

2011-10-12 10:44:49

2,4-D is coming back.

2011-07-19 12:28:00

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., July 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Growers, consultants, weed scientists, researchers and government agency officials who participated in the July 2010 launch of the Respect the Rotation(TM) initiative have taken measureable steps toward progress in the fight against the proliferation of glyphosate-resistant weeds.

2011-06-15 13:42:00

LOS ANGELES, June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of Earth Day 2011, To Soil Less(TM), a family business in Washington, DC, shares it's all natural, state of the art, technology where gravel is the new soil.


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Cover Crop
2013-03-15 11:18:24

Image Caption: Painter of the burial chamber of Sennedjem. A Plowing Farmer. Credit: Yorck Project/Wikipedia Cover crops are crops that are planted to improve the quality of the soil, also known as green manure. Cover crops add fertility to the soil, control weeds and pests as well as control diseases that can be otherwise found in untreated soil. Cover crops increases the organic matter levels in the soil which only enhances the structure of the soil as well as increase the capacity for...

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