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Research Significance Hemp is rated to have a higher per hectare profitability ratio to sugar cane with Hemp Crops making approximately $850-$1250 profit Per HA/year (Industrial Hemp 1995) and cane crops making approximately $500-$1000 Per HA/year (Noel Vock 2013).


3 Jensen FINAL 92%

Bees, especially honey bees, are by far the most important pollinators for all crops that require pollination.12 The economic impact of America's tireless army of worker bees is tremendous.13 The United States Department of Agriculture estimates that honey bee pollination is worth about $15 billion a year in the US.14 For comparison, the entire output of all farms in the United States put together constituted $138.7 billion added 4.


09.29 Newsletter front and back 92%

We are still at the height of harvest with a lot of crops in the ground that need to be picked and sold before the year is over.


Spotlight Livestock impacts on the environment 90%

Based on the most recent data available, Livestock's long shadow takes into account the livestock sector's direct impacts, plus the environmental effects of related land use changes and production of the feed crops animals consume.


Fidelity Big Data and Precision Agriculture 89%

For example, there is concern that GM seeds reduce diversity, fears that pesticide a resistant gene might transfer itself to the weeds, the threat that GM crops could encourage excessive use of pesticides and the possibility that GM products may upset bacterial flora in the guts of humans and animals.


Flyer a 89%

At a time when farm jobs are in short supply and farmers are looking to transition to more lucrative crops and away from others (e.g.


americanwestern fruit grower editorial calendar 89%

SALES TEAM 2014 MEDIA PLANNER Our Editorial Mission Founded in 1880, American/Western Fruit Grower remains the trusted brand growers depend on to grow their crops and their profits.


2015 Project Highlights 88%

Cover crop is a practice for establishing temporary crops on all lands requiring vegetative cover for natural resource protection and/or improvement.


Undergraduate summer studentship at Rothamsted Research 86%

Recent findings, at Rothamsted Research, have highlighted for the first time, a method to reduce disease risk in 2nd wheat crops, through a previously uncharacterised genetic trait called LowTAB.


Monocult (2) 85%

Even monoculture crops don’t exist in a vacuum.


Special bulletin on Science Building launch 84%

Tress Bueyanayandi, Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industries and Fisheries, Uganda, Personal Representative of His Excellency Yoweri Museveni, the President of the Republic of Uganda, in his goodwill remarks, also praised IITA’s success in supporting the Ugandan government and national research institutions to fight key pests and diseases of major crops.


Sample Bee Infographic 83%

In addition to providing honey, this farm animal pollinates billions of crops across the country.


PS FieldTrials 83%

The processes involved include the properly managed use of cover crops, well made compost and judicious use of manures and other soil amendments.


Gull FINAL 83%

All their lives now depended on the crops they could raise in the valley.


Copy of Gull FINAL 83%

All their lives now depended on the crops they could raise in the valley.


Copy of Copy of Gull FINAL 83%

All their lives now depended on the crops they could raise in the valley.


New lettuce final thesis pf 80%

The challenge is to achieve greater water use efficiency by employing techniques such as deficit irrigation to deliver a more accurate supply of water to crops.


FinalBioReportMoradi 78%

Most crops of today contain some kind of GMO DNA in them.