Specialty Fertilizer Market to Touch USD 52.67 Billion by 2030 at 6.23% CAGR – Market Research Future (MRFR) Report

Specialty Fertilizers Market Data Trends and Insights By Type (Nitrogen Fertilizers, Phosphate Fertilizers, Potash Fertilizers & Others), Crop Type (Grains & Oilseeds, Fruits & Vegetables, Grass & Ornamentals & Others), and Region – Competitive Market Growth, Size, Share to 2030 and prediction /EIN News/ — NEW YORK, USA, January 25, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Specialty … Read more

Big news for small ants to hit the planet

They may be small, but a new study suggests that ants are no small fry for hitching a ride on human-powered rides to different pockets of the world. “Critically, we found that more than 300 species have high potential to establish non-native populations, and two-thirds of these are not being invaded. Dr Mark Wong, UWA … Read more

Erin Lauwers: It’s good to be back full time.

Reminders Happy New Year Northern Michigan. I’m Erin Lauwers and wanted to kick off 2023 by introducing myself to the Grand Traverse Region community. Beginning in October 2022, I will be working as a Tree Fruit Integrated Pest Management (IPM) educator for Michigan State University Extension, serving Northwest Michigan growers and tree fruit producers throughout … Read more

Community gardening plays an important role in preventing cancer and mental health disorders

Get more exercise. Eat right. Make new friends. In the year As we compile our list of resolutions aimed at improving physical and mental health in 2023, a new CU Boulder study suggests that one addition may have a powerful effect: gardening. In the first, randomized, controlled trial of community gardening, funded by the American … Read more

NNYADP Winter Green Research Update on January 9

PLATTSBURGH – With consumer demand for local foods on the rise, growers in northern climates want to learn how to extend their sales potential by producing high-quality cave greens through the winter. Research experiments Winter greens marketing tips developed from high tunnel research experiments will be presented in the Farmer-Driven Northern New York Agricultural Development … Read more

The goal of the study is to help Georgia farmers transition to certified organic farming.

To answer the growing demand, University of Georgia researchers have begun a study looking at ways to help Georgia farmers transition to growing certified organic vegetables on unused farmland or pasture. Kate Cassity-Duffy, an assistant professor of horticulture at UGA and one of the study’s researchers, said dormant land is often more available and affordable … Read more

Ron Pitblado was inducted into the Kent Agriculture Hall of Fame

More local agricultural pioneers have been inducted into the Kent Agricultural Hall of Fame. Ron Pitblado is one of four recent hires this year. “I know Ron will be honored,” said Diane Pitblado, Ron’s wife. “He took great pride in his work, which makes the recognition for his efforts even more meaningful.” In the year … Read more

A cultural flower education course connects Aboriginal students with country.

Cultural floriculture course graduate Gemma Lloyd said the skills she learned while meeting other people in the Illawarra was an eye-opening experience. Main points: The Illawarra course is the first of its kind and the first for the region. It aims to provide professional floristry work in a culturally unique way. There are plans for … Read more

In the year Grow Lighting Market Size to Reach $16.2 Billion at 32.80% CAGR by 2030 – Market Research Futures (MRFR) Report

Increase the growth of the simple market, driven by the demand for vertical farming and indoor agricultural products /EIN News/ – NEW YORK, U.S., Sept. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a comprehensive research report by Market Research Futures (MRFR), “Grow the lighting market by technology, installation, application. Forecast to 2030, it will reach … Read more

Source of staph and fecal bacteria washing into Hilo Bay by UH scientists | University of Hawaii System News


Hilo Bay Newly published university Hawaii A Hilo study has identified the source of large amounts of harmful bacteria that wash into Hilo Bay following heavy rains. The research team collected soil samples from urban, agricultural, and forested lands in the Hilo Bay watershed. Staphylococcus aureus (informally known as “staph”), resistant to methicillin Staphylococcus aureus … Read more