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  • Munish Monga India, Maharashtra, Mumbai

    Interests: Dairy, Organic, Marketing, Agribusiness, Roses

    How to get rid of powdery mildew on rose?

    By Darren Chan

    Published 1 years, 2 days ago

    It is really a pleasure to plant roses. Today when you come to your beloved rose bushes, you are surprised to find that your lovely roses are covered by a dusting of white powder on buds,stems and leaves. These white powder makes your roses,once beautiful and heathy,look sick and ugly. Turns out that your roses have powdery mildew... Fortunely,it’s very easy to figure out that whether your roses have powdery...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Cover Crops, Organic

    Beyond the Commodities – Haven Farms

    By Theresa Sheridan Stockard

    Published 10 months ago

    Meet 3 Family Farms Who Have Expanded Into the Consumer/Retail Market to Preserve Their Family LegacyMy passion in my business, and in my life, is agriculture, and helping those that feed the world figure out how to maintain the lifestyle that has been in their families for generations. They don’t know anything else, and they don’t want to do anything else. It’s not just a job, it’s how they live their life, every day, all day. Those who work in ag are a close knit group... -----------------------------------------------------------View original article with images here > Meet 3 Family Farms Who Have Expanded Into the Consumer Market to Preserve Their Family Legacy Part 1 of this 3-part series, features Annie Haven who produces Manure Tea, a byproduct of her family's cattle operation, now helping gardeners produce award winning roses and crops...

    Categories: Marketing, Specialty

  • Munish Monga India, Maharashtra, Mumbai

    Interests: Dairy, Organic, Marketing, Agribusiness, Roses

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  • How to get rid of powdery mildew on rose?

    By Darren Chan

    Published 1 years, 2 days ago

    It is really a pleasure to plant roses. Today when you come to your beloved rose bushes, you are surprised to find that your lovely roses are covered by a dusting of white powder on buds,stems and leaves. These white powder makes your roses,once beautiful and heathy,look sick and ugly. Turns out that your roses have powdery mildew... Fortunely,it’s very easy to figure out that whether your roses have powdery...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Cover Crops, Organic

    Beyond the Commodities – Haven Farms

    By Theresa Sheridan Stockard

    Published 10 months ago

    Meet 3 Family Farms Who Have Expanded Into the Consumer/Retail Market to Preserve Their Family LegacyMy passion in my business, and in my life, is agriculture, and helping those that feed the world figure out how to maintain the lifestyle that has been in their families for generations. They don’t know anything else, and they don’t want to do anything else. It’s not just a job, it’s how they live their life, every day, all day. Those who work in ag are a close knit group... -----------------------------------------------------------View original article with images here > Meet 3 Family Farms Who Have Expanded Into the Consumer Market to Preserve Their Family Legacy Part 1 of this 3-part series, features Annie Haven who produces Manure Tea, a byproduct of her family's cattle operation, now helping gardeners produce award winning roses and crops...

    Categories: Marketing, Specialty

  • Posted By Darren Chan
    1 years, 2 days ago

    https://agfuse.com/article/how-to-get-rid-of-powdery-mildew-on-rose-

    Posted By Ag Sustainability And Innovation
    2 years, 3 weeks ago

    A new Norwegian Bioeconomy based on Cultivation and Processing of Seaweeds: Opportunities and R&D needs

    Authors: Skjermo Jorunn; Aasen Inga Marie; Arff Johanne; Broch Ole Jacob; Carvajal Ana Karina; Christie Hartvig C; Forbord Silje; Olsen Yngvar; Reitan Kjell Inge; Rustad Turid; Sandquist Judit; Solbakken Roar; Steinhovden Kristine; Wittgens Bernd; Wolff Robert; Handå Aleksander

    Publisher: SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture

    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internasjonal ; ; SINTEF Ocean


    Terms of Re-use: CC-BY-NC-ND
    Content Provider: SINTEF (Stiftelsen for industriell og teknisk forskning - BIBSYS Brage)

    Cultivation of macroalgae at the lowest trophic level, using only sunlight and nutrients from the sea while taking up CO:z, will have a neutral carbon footprint and the biomass will contribute significantly to meet the demand for food, feed, materials, chemicals, fuels and pharmaceuticals in near future. Through a new bioeconomy based on cultivated macroalgae Norway will establish a future feedstock bypassing the competition with land­based agricultural resources and at the same time contribute to the replacement of fossil resources. This blue bioeconomy will strenghten Norway's role as the leading seafood nation as well as a leading supplier of marine, sustainable biomass. In order to boost a new bioeconomy based on cultivated macroalgae, three priority areas must be focused:
    •Biomass production technology
    •Biorefinery prosesses
    •Marked and product development

    Illustration Photo: Seaweeds (Public Domain from Pixabay.com)

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