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Vegetables And Fruits Cause More US Food Illnesses

...roup said. They also said the FDA should require growers to limit the use of manure to times and products where it poses no risk. And packers and shippers should mark packaging to ensure easy traceback when fruits and vegetables are implicated in an outbreak. CSPI's database includes reports mostly from t...

Are We To Be Blamed for The Bird Flu

... festival was held was organized by a professional growers association (Edop) as part of a new campaign. Its goal was to educate the consumer who enjoyed a feast of chicken at the event, said Edop President Dimitrios Leivaditis. This was to help the sales of chicken that had fallen by about 75% from the begi...

Sugarcane Smut Attack Over $800 Million Worth Crop

...on't panic’ said the Queensland Government to cane growers regarding the spread of a rare disease which might engulf about $800 million //worth crops – according to estimates. A total of 8 properties, were found to confirm by authorities to be affected by sugarcane smut disease. The initial case showed as ...

Soyfoods Are Ideal For The Heart

..., comprised of large and small soyfoods companies, growers and suppliers of soybeans, nutritionists, equipment representatives, food scientists, and retailers. SANA encourages sustainability, integrity, and growth of the soyfoods industry by promoting the benefits of soy-based foods, and is committed to incr...

Researcher Develops Sensor to Detect E.coli

... Mutharasan is optimizing a sensor that can enable growers to do the job themselves in a few minutes.// Mutharasan, a professor of chemical engineering at Drexel University, has developed an “intelligent” sensor technology that is precise, accurate and cheap. Costing just a few dollars, the sensor can provi...

Grape Expectations for Healthier Wine

...rsity of California, Davis, said that because wine growers don't store grapes for prolonged periods, they are unlikely to use ozone in any preservation process. He agreed, however that the ozone process could be tweaked to replace problematic sulphites added to wine during the liquification process, presenti...

Tobacco Control Laws to Be Regulated in India

...ourt and there is a lot of opposition from tobacco growers but we are going to steadfastly advance the tobacco control agenda in India to save the lives of lakhs of poor people in the country. We must envisage the cities of Delhi and Mumbai going smoke-free by 2009… as India now has the honour of hosting ...

Bioparasite Envisioned To Control Terror Of Fire Ants

... in pastures and yards. Also, cotton and sugarcane growers see them as helpful. The ants munch on boll weevils, caterpillars and sugarcane borers. "But on balance they're an ecological disaster," Merchant opines. "The good that they do is far outweighed by the negative."...

Australian Grape Glut Dries Up as Drought Bites

...out 65 percent of the country's viticulture, grape growers labour under severe water restrictions. "Even if...s been a horror year for the country's 2,000 grape growers who have had to discount heavily because of the estimated 500 million-litre (110 million-gallon) win...

New Coffee Brand to Hit the Market by This Year-end

...the new variety were being conducted with some 500 growers across the coffee growing regions. The new variety yields about 30 per cent more coffee per hectare at 2,000 kg as compared to the other varieties in plantations like Kaveri, Hemavati and 795 among others. In another development, the Central Food T...

British Government Has Funded to Develop green Car Made from Hemp

...e environment department DEFRA, car giant Ford and growers Hemcore aims to create new materials based on plant fibres to replace metal and oil-based plastic components. According to the Sun, developers Qinetiq have already designed hemp replacements for the accelerator, brake and clutch pedals. They have...

Global Warming: Lessons of History Help the Future

...e agro-ecosystems were fragile. Ireland's potato growers each had tiny strips of land in vast, open fields, making it easy for a blight to rampage through their single crop. In India, forests which could have preserved moisture when water was scarce were massively cut down by the British to make way for te...

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