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  • Blockchain & the Future of Fruits & Vegetables Supply Chain

    By Ammar Alshami

    Published Jan 22, 2019 

    What is Blockchain Technology?Regardless of whether you're completely new to the digital currency space, odds are you've known about blockchain and you may even have a rough thought regarding what it is as of now... Blockchain and Supply of fruits & vegetablesFruits and vegetables are one of the integral ingredients in a common day food. With its increase in demand and the subsequent challenge of fruit spoilage and loss, it's really vital to keep an eye on the future of the supply and demand for fruit and vegetables... Proper management of data is vital for the preservation of fruit and vegetables. Use of technology like bar code scanner and modern warehouse software can also facilitate in getting an idea about the current state and quantity of fruit and vegetables...

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    Advantages of seaweed fertilizer for plants

    By Darren Chan

    Published Dec 31, 2019 

    Seaweed fertilizer is an organic fertilizer produced by accurate processing of marine plant seaweed as the primary raw material. The main component is the natural organic active material extracted from kelp. Below are the advantages of seaweed fertilizer for plants:1 Nutrient-richThe active seaweed fertilizer contains a large amount of non-nitrogen-containing organic matter, including 40 kinds of minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, and iodine, and abundant vitamins, which are unmatched by terrestrial plants, especially seaweed polysaccharides unique to seaweeds. Alginic acid, highly unsaturated fatty acids and a variety of natural plant growth regulators can stimulate the production of non-specific active factors in plants and regulate the balance of endogenous elements... They are high-quality fertilizers for the production of harmless vegetables...

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    Hydroponics 101: A Basic Guide to Start Soilless Cultivation

    By Miriam Pitzalis

    Updated Aug 20, 2020 

    Soilless cultivation is an innovative process that was introduced in recent years for protected crops. This practice has been established for the large-scale production of fresh vegetables and ornamental plants, especially in the countries of Northern Europe, with the main purposes of:- Increasing production- Optimizing acreage - Reducing working times- Reducing the need for water and fertilizers - Optimizing climatic conditionsThe continuous climate changes, the increasing interest in environmental impacts, and the availability of cheap facilities and simple technologies all lead to an increased use of soilless cultivation in commercial applications. When talking about soilless crops, we’re referring to two types of systems:- Real hydroponics, without substrate: the root system of a plant is directly in contact with the water and the nutrient solution (floating system, nutrient film technique, aeroponics)- Hydroponics with substrate: the plant grows on inert, organic materials, or a mixture between them (cultivation bags, slabs, pots or bins)In these systems, fertigation feeds the plants and involves the use of water-soluble fertilizers... The floating system is generally suitable for the cultivation of leafy vegetables... It is a simple system, as the realization is rather cheap, and the short crop cycle of leafy vegetables does not require the constant reintegration of the nutrient solution...

    Categories: Irrigation, Precision Agriculture, Vegetables

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    Why Insectary Habitats Are Key In Organic Agriculture

    By Thomas Grandperrin

    Published Jul 27, 2020 

    This article is part of a series on biological control and Integrated Pest Management written by UAV-IQ (www. uaviq. com)... A sweet alyssum strip in an organic celery fieldGina is confident that flowering strips are the most important part of successful pest control in organic vegetables... Do you have experience with insectary habitats or biocontrol in vegetables or other outdoor crops? Reach out to us, we’d love to hear your story and write about it!UAV-IQ is helping organic and conventional growers implement biocontrol in an efficient and cost-effective manner by using drones to release beneficial insects exactly when and where they’re needed to suppress pests...

    Categories: Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops, Vegetables

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    1-Methylcyclopropene(1-MCP) Ethylene Inhibitors

    By Darren Chan

    Updated May 31 

    It is widely used in the preservation of fruits, vegetables, and flowers... Extend the shelf life of fruits, vegetables, and flowers by more than 50~200%. Fumigation treatment for fruits, vegetables, and flowers 1 to 14 days after picking can double the original freshness period... After strict inspection by the US Environmental Protection Agency, no residues can be detected for fruits, vegetables, and flowers after 1-MCP treatment, so it is absolutely safe for humans, animals, vegetables, flowers, fungi and the environment. The fruits, vegetables, and flowers treated with 1-MCP are not only effective; they also have the advantages of non-toxic, harmless, low-volume, high-efficiency, and no pollution to the environment...

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    What’s difference between early blight and late blight?

    By Darren Chan

    Published Jul 6, 2018 

    Early blight and late blight are important diseases on solanaceous vegetables. Although the names of the two diseases are only one word difference,some vegetable farmers do not know exactly about early blight and late blight. Some people even think that the two diseases are only happening time different. There are many problems in the prevention and treatment of diseases... What’s difference between early blight and late blight?Early blight mainly affects the stems,leaves,and fruits of vegetables,and is most susceptible to disease at the branches of leaves and stems...

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    EXPORT&IMPORT GROUP

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    Fruits and vegetables export and import, trade support, agribusiness
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Organic Row Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness

    The Future of Fruit Farming: MD2 Pineapple

    By Jenny Hoo

    Published Sep 13, 2019 

    Pineapple pineapple cultivation Of late, the talk of the town seems to be revolving around the planting of MD2 pineapple. The questions is, why is this MD2 pineapple so popular?Pineapple is known to contain highest amount of vitamin C among all various types of fruits. It also contains a fair amount of magnesium, calcium, potassium and iron and develops a bromelin, of which is a type of enzyme. First started back in 1961, a hybrid variety namely “73-114”, developed by Pineapple Research Institude (PRI) in Hawaii was found to be extraordinary and was taken to Costa Rica for its first trial industrial planting. The variety was later renamed MD2 to honour the wife of the then General Manager of the Maui Pineapple Company[1]...

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    What’s the Crumb structure in soil?

    By Darren Chan

    Published Jul 4, 2018 

    First of all,let us understand the soil structureThe soil is a porous system. It consists of solid,liquid and gas three-phase substances. The solid material in the soil includes both mineral and organic matter. The liquid part refers to the moisture of the soil,which is preserved and moved between the pores of the soil and is the most active part of the soil. The gas part refers to the air of the soil and it is filled with pores that are not occupied by moisture...

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    What’s root knot nematode?

    By Darren Chan

    Published May 7, 2019 

    Root-knot nematodes are one of the three most economically damaging genera of plant-parasitic nematodes on horticultural and field crops. Root-knot nematodes are very small and they parasitic the roots of thousands of plant species, including monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous, herbaceous and woody plants. They dwell in the soil, attack the roots of the plant to extract water and nutrients. As a result, large galls or “knots” can form throughout the root systems of infected plants. They will bring a lot of damage to plants...

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  • Rodney Michael United States, SC, Society Hill

    Business Title: Treely
    Job Title: Farmer, Landowner, Ag Investor, Other Ag Professional, Founder
    About: Family Man / Entrepreneur
    Interests: Ag Policy, Organic Row Crops, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness, Farmland and Real Estate, Fishing, Apps, Precision Agriculture, Ag Commentary, News, Farm Management, Operating a Farm, Tools, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, NRCS, Hemp, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Tree Nuts, Vegetables, Homesteading, Hunting, Tobacco

    Ray Bohacz United States, NJ, Hackettstown

    Business Title: Farm Machinery Digest
    Job Title: Farmer, Other Ag Professional, Podcaster/Radio show host
    Interests: Corn, Beef, Poultry, Crop Protection, Crop Scouting, Fertility, Irrigation, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Precision Agriculture, Ag Commentary, Marketing, News, Agribusiness, Operating a Farm, Projects, Purchasing, Repair, Shops, Tools, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, NRCS, Vegetables, Timber

    Brian German United States, CA, Fresno

    Business Title: AgNet West Radio Network
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, Ag Media
    Interests: Cotton, Beef, Dairy, Grass-Fed Livestock, Crop Protection, Irrigation, Precision Agriculture, Cover Crops, NRCS, Hemp, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Tree Nuts, Vegetables

    James Massengill United States, NC, Fuquay-Varina

    Business Title: Quality Equipment
    Job Title: Precision Ag Consultant
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Sorghum, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness

  • EXPORT&IMPORT GROUP

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    Fruits and vegetables export and import, trade support, agribusiness
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Organic Row Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Ag Industry News And Insights

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    Here’s a place to spread the word concerning announcements and insights that the whole ag industry may be interested in.
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness

    AgTech

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    The latest news on the innovative technology in the agricultural industry
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness

    TerraStride Pro

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    TerraStride Pro\\\'s online mapping platform improves your marketing and closes more listings
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Organic Growers

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    All about organic agriculture
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Organic Row Crops

    Farm Dog

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    The right treatment. At the right time. At the right location.
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Precision Agriculture

    Canadian Agriculture & Equipment

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    If You work in Agriculture or a business supporting it, you need to join this group. Let\'s connect and help each other out.
    Interest: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Vegetable Production

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    A group for vegetable producers to talk production and marketing.
    Interest: Vegetables

    Agriculture, AgriTech And FoodTech

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    Connected Business enterprises, SMEs, Social Enterprises, Nonprofit Organizations and Start-ups to Funding, Grants and Business opportunities in Agriculture, Livestock, Agrifood, AgriTech and FoodTech
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Agribusiness

  • Blockchain & the Future of Fruits & Vegetables Supply Chain

    By Ammar Alshami

    Published Jan 22, 2019 

    What is Blockchain Technology?Regardless of whether you're completely new to the digital currency space, odds are you've known about blockchain and you may even have a rough thought regarding what it is as of now... Blockchain and Supply of fruits & vegetablesFruits and vegetables are one of the integral ingredients in a common day food. With its increase in demand and the subsequent challenge of fruit spoilage and loss, it's really vital to keep an eye on the future of the supply and demand for fruit and vegetables... Proper management of data is vital for the preservation of fruit and vegetables. Use of technology like bar code scanner and modern warehouse software can also facilitate in getting an idea about the current state and quantity of fruit and vegetables...

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    Advantages of seaweed fertilizer for plants

    By Darren Chan

    Published Dec 31, 2019 

    Seaweed fertilizer is an organic fertilizer produced by accurate processing of marine plant seaweed as the primary raw material. The main component is the natural organic active material extracted from kelp. Below are the advantages of seaweed fertilizer for plants:1 Nutrient-richThe active seaweed fertilizer contains a large amount of non-nitrogen-containing organic matter, including 40 kinds of minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, and iodine, and abundant vitamins, which are unmatched by terrestrial plants, especially seaweed polysaccharides unique to seaweeds. Alginic acid, highly unsaturated fatty acids and a variety of natural plant growth regulators can stimulate the production of non-specific active factors in plants and regulate the balance of endogenous elements... They are high-quality fertilizers for the production of harmless vegetables...

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    Hydroponics 101: A Basic Guide to Start Soilless Cultivation

    By Miriam Pitzalis

    Updated Aug 20, 2020 

    Soilless cultivation is an innovative process that was introduced in recent years for protected crops. This practice has been established for the large-scale production of fresh vegetables and ornamental plants, especially in the countries of Northern Europe, with the main purposes of:- Increasing production- Optimizing acreage - Reducing working times- Reducing the need for water and fertilizers - Optimizing climatic conditionsThe continuous climate changes, the increasing interest in environmental impacts, and the availability of cheap facilities and simple technologies all lead to an increased use of soilless cultivation in commercial applications. When talking about soilless crops, we’re referring to two types of systems:- Real hydroponics, without substrate: the root system of a plant is directly in contact with the water and the nutrient solution (floating system, nutrient film technique, aeroponics)- Hydroponics with substrate: the plant grows on inert, organic materials, or a mixture between them (cultivation bags, slabs, pots or bins)In these systems, fertigation feeds the plants and involves the use of water-soluble fertilizers... The floating system is generally suitable for the cultivation of leafy vegetables... It is a simple system, as the realization is rather cheap, and the short crop cycle of leafy vegetables does not require the constant reintegration of the nutrient solution...

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    Why Insectary Habitats Are Key In Organic Agriculture

    By Thomas Grandperrin

    Published Jul 27, 2020 

    This article is part of a series on biological control and Integrated Pest Management written by UAV-IQ (www. uaviq. com)... A sweet alyssum strip in an organic celery fieldGina is confident that flowering strips are the most important part of successful pest control in organic vegetables... Do you have experience with insectary habitats or biocontrol in vegetables or other outdoor crops? Reach out to us, we’d love to hear your story and write about it!UAV-IQ is helping organic and conventional growers implement biocontrol in an efficient and cost-effective manner by using drones to release beneficial insects exactly when and where they’re needed to suppress pests...

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    1-Methylcyclopropene(1-MCP) Ethylene Inhibitors

    By Darren Chan

    Updated May 31 

    It is widely used in the preservation of fruits, vegetables, and flowers... Extend the shelf life of fruits, vegetables, and flowers by more than 50~200%. Fumigation treatment for fruits, vegetables, and flowers 1 to 14 days after picking can double the original freshness period... After strict inspection by the US Environmental Protection Agency, no residues can be detected for fruits, vegetables, and flowers after 1-MCP treatment, so it is absolutely safe for humans, animals, vegetables, flowers, fungi and the environment. The fruits, vegetables, and flowers treated with 1-MCP are not only effective; they also have the advantages of non-toxic, harmless, low-volume, high-efficiency, and no pollution to the environment...

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    What’s difference between early blight and late blight?

    By Darren Chan

    Published Jul 6, 2018 

    Early blight and late blight are important diseases on solanaceous vegetables. Although the names of the two diseases are only one word difference,some vegetable farmers do not know exactly about early blight and late blight. Some people even think that the two diseases are only happening time different. There are many problems in the prevention and treatment of diseases... What’s difference between early blight and late blight?Early blight mainly affects the stems,leaves,and fruits of vegetables,and is most susceptible to disease at the branches of leaves and stems...

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    The Future of Fruit Farming: MD2 Pineapple

    By Jenny Hoo

    Published Sep 13, 2019 

    Pineapple pineapple cultivation Of late, the talk of the town seems to be revolving around the planting of MD2 pineapple. The questions is, why is this MD2 pineapple so popular?Pineapple is known to contain highest amount of vitamin C among all various types of fruits. It also contains a fair amount of magnesium, calcium, potassium and iron and develops a bromelin, of which is a type of enzyme. First started back in 1961, a hybrid variety namely “73-114”, developed by Pineapple Research Institude (PRI) in Hawaii was found to be extraordinary and was taken to Costa Rica for its first trial industrial planting. The variety was later renamed MD2 to honour the wife of the then General Manager of the Maui Pineapple Company[1]...

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    What’s the Crumb structure in soil?

    By Darren Chan

    Published Jul 4, 2018 

    First of all,let us understand the soil structureThe soil is a porous system. It consists of solid,liquid and gas three-phase substances. The solid material in the soil includes both mineral and organic matter. The liquid part refers to the moisture of the soil,which is preserved and moved between the pores of the soil and is the most active part of the soil. The gas part refers to the air of the soil and it is filled with pores that are not occupied by moisture...

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    What’s root knot nematode?

    By Darren Chan

    Published May 7, 2019 

    Root-knot nematodes are one of the three most economically damaging genera of plant-parasitic nematodes on horticultural and field crops. Root-knot nematodes are very small and they parasitic the roots of thousands of plant species, including monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous, herbaceous and woody plants. They dwell in the soil, attack the roots of the plant to extract water and nutrients. As a result, large galls or “knots” can form throughout the root systems of infected plants. They will bring a lot of damage to plants...

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    Secrets you don't know about seaweed fertilizer

    By Darren Chan

    Published Jul 1, 2019 

    Seaweed fertilizer is a biological fertilizer produced by scientific processing of marine plant seaweed as the main raw material. The main component is the natural biological active material extracted from seaweed. Most seaweed can grow to lengths of over 50 meters. Trace elements found in organic seaweed fertilizers include magnesium, potassium, zinc, iron and nitrogen—all of which are beneficial to plants. Mechanism of seaweed fertilizerSeaweed fertilizer has a comprehensive regulation effect on the “crop-soil-fertilizer” system, which is to increase yield and improve quality by stimulating crop growth, regulating soil and improving fertilizer efficiency...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Vegetables, Wheat

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  • How much water onion needs?

    By Zubair Ahmad

    Published Mar 18, 2020 

    I just want to know how much water onion needs for proper growth?

    Categories: Vegetables, Agribusiness, Irrigation

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    Looking at John Deere's for 20 acre CSA, and poultry any advise.

    By Jordan Trinci

    Published Aug 3, 2020 

    Can't decide on tractor model

    Categories: Vegetables, Poultry

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  • Posted By Organic Farming
    Aug 3 

    https://www.aces.edu/blog/topics/crop-production/management-tactics-for-termites-infesting-organic-vegetables/

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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Jul 15 

    https://www.growingproduce.com/vegetables/tips-on-mixing-your-own-fertilizers/
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    Posted By Vegetable Production
    Jul 10 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/vegetables/4-examples-what-not-do-commercial-vegetable-crop-rotations

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    Posted By Vegetable Production
    Jul 9 

    http://blog.umd.edu/umefruitveg/2021/06/14/plant-detective-why-are-the-leaves-of-my-vegetables-turning-yellow/

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    Posted By Vegetable Production
    Jul 9 

    http://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/smallfarms/2021/05/20/growing-vegetables-in-greenhouses-and-high-tunnels/

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    Posted By Gary Marsh
    Apr 17 

    https://www.growingproduce.com/vegetables/4-keys-effective-aphid-management-leafy-vegetables/

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    Posted By Gary Marsh
    Nov 10, 2020 

    https://www.growingproduce.com/vegetables/why-flavor-really-matters-for-vegetable-varieties/

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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Dec 18, 2020 

    https://www.growingproduce.com/vegetables/16-less-common-vegetable-crops-to-freshen-your-sales/
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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Apr 21 

    https://www.growingproduce.com/vegetables/field-scouting-guide-verticillium-wilt/
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    Posted By Sabrina Halvorson
    May 24 

    What's the future for mechanization for fruits and vegetables? Curt Blades and Austin Gellings of AEM talk about the potential for specialty crop equipment in today's show.

    https://dailynews.myaglife.com/podcast/episode-81-may-24-2021-aem-on-specialty-crop-equipment-nitrogen-in-almonds-upcoming-opca-conference/

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    • Group Members

      Select a group I follow.

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