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Michigan corn growers will be able to vote on whether to double the assessment on their crop to support a program that promotes their industry.
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If you want to double the life of your vase bound roses, or any other cut flowers, for that matter, you will need to add a floral preservative, available at nurseries and florist shops, to the water.
Genetically modified plants should be licensed in the same way as medicinal drugs under a sweeping reform to the regulatory system that hands powers currently held by the European Union back to individual countries, a new report has said.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is designating six New Mexico counties and one in Texas as natural disaster areas due to drought.
A group of Midwest vegetable farmers has failed to convince Monsanto to reformulate an herbicide that could become widely used.
The Township of Langley has won a court fight with the Metro Vancouver regional authority over who has final say over development planning.
That was the message of Alice Hooker-Stroud, guest speaker at Winchester Action on Climate Change's meeting last night, held at the United Church on Jewry Street.
David Zuckerman, an organic farmer and state senator, is a key advocate for ensuring that foods containing genetically modified ingredients be labeled as such.
Farm commodity rail shipments are running nearly three weeks behind in North Dakota, but BNSF Railway Co.
Sen. Charles Schumer said the federal program adding Greek yogurt to school lunches is expanding from New York, Tennessee, Idaho and Arizona to eight more states.
The argument that a vegetarian diet is more planet-friendly than a carnivorous one is straightforward: If we feed plants to animals, and then eat the animals, we use more resources and produce more greenhouse gases than if we simply eat the plants.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry is reminding residents that a burn permit is currently required for outdoor burning.
A " One of the main leaders of the civilian "self-defense" groups that rose up to challenge a drug cartel in Mexico's Michoacan state was detained late Tuesday as a suspect in the weekend killings of two vigilantes, authorities announced.
With 2013 the driest year on record and 2014 possibly worse, the devastation of California's drought is trickling down to crops, fields, farmers markets, grocery stores -- and the kitchen table.
The Maryland Department of Agriculture says it's reducing its gypsy moth spraying to about 5,200 acres this year, down from more than 12,000 acres in 2013.
The strategy of several Lower Mainland cities to steer new medical marijuana growers to industrial areas may backfire, one mayor fears, opening up a property tax dodge for pot producers to exploit.