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Organic Farms Provide a Clue for India's Struggling Farms

... water, fertiliser and pesticide-heavy crops on an acre or two of land. Growth has clocked in at a mere two percent -- far behind the wider figure of nine percent -- leading the government to wager six billion dollars in a push for large-scale, industrial farms. 'Small and marginal farms have become an ...

Invasion of Cicada Hordes Feared in US Midwest

...y wooded areas, as many as 1.5 million cicadas per acre will crowd onto trees, expert say. "It's one of the greatest insect emergences on Earth," said Daniel Summers, an entomologist at The Field Museum. A single male's shrill courtship call can reach 90 decibels, equivalent to a kitchen blender. That...

Ecologists Desperate to Save Dal Lake in Kashmir

...relocate 58 settlements around the lake to a 1,000 acre site. The first 300 families are likely to be rehabilitated by the end of the year. Dal Lake is connected to a number of other lakes of the Kashmir valley. It is well-known for its Shikaras or, house boats. Spread over 18 square kilometers, the ...

Isotopes For Cancer Treatment In India

...rine-18 here. The facility is coming up on a 5.2 acre of land given by the West Bengal government for this highly beneficial and state-of-the-art health care project, Sinha said. Source-IANS...

Boots Store Also Extend Its Services to the Hospital Sector

... UK. It would rent its place to the primary health acre trust and make heath care services more accessible....

A journal’s report on stress, among pregnant wome

... 14.73% in the last two years and hence the health acre officials have put the stress management as the top priority in the list. Researchers are studying the effect of genes and other factors on the stress syndrome especially in pregnant women. But overall it is better to have a positive out...

Plant based vaccine for Anthrax

...rdable anthrax vaccine of 360 million doses in one acre of tobacco plant, as the threat of anthrax bioterrorism is very high. The study was funded by NIH and U.S. Department of Agriculture. Professor Henry Daniel, Professor of Molecular biology, University of Central Flordia, the new technique involves ...

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