Category Archives: Agricultural Study

Hydroponics Farming in the United States

Hydroponics Farming in the United States – Hydroponic farming in a way more popular in America because it can be harvested at any time and high productivity. Mary Ellen Taylor sells vegetables harvested over the weekend at the farmers market … Continue reading

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Systems and Concepts Aquaponic (Plantation and Livestock)

Aquaponics is a mixture of fish farming or fish farming and hydroponics or the cultivation of plants with little soil in a sustainable closed system. Aquaponics is as old as nature itself. Sylvia Bernstein, a hydroponics gardening since the old … Continue reading

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Relations Agriculture and Climate Change

Relations Agriculture and Climate Change – Group of scientists led by Sir John Beddington, chief science adviser to the British government, urging that priority be agriculture in climate change negotiations. Scientists say that in an article entitled, “What’s Next for … Continue reading

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How To Generate New Varieties of Plants with Fast

The new research will reduce the time to develop new crops to meet world food needs. Rice fields in Japan were destroyed by the tsunami last year will probably be the first to test new techniques. March 11, the tsunami … Continue reading

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Modern Farming Systems in Taiwan

Modern Farming Systems in Taiwan – One-hectare rice field, it only takes three hours to plant rice, if using a rice planting machine like the one in Taiwan. By cropping it certainly can save labor, time and lucrative crop is … Continue reading

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