Ag Sense – Wheat Nutrient Deficiency

It is the beginning of February and nutrient deficiency are beginning to show up in our wheat crop. During this video we will discuss manganese deficiency, as well as phosphorus deficiency with NCDA Regional Agronomist Chris Jernigan. Sulfur is another issue that comes about this time of the year. Manganese deficiency symptoms typically occur in … “Ag Sense – Wheat Nutrient Deficiency”

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The Future of Lab-Grown Meat | ConTECHtual | NowThis

You want a bite? No I’m OK. Besides, I don’t think that you really thought about everything that went into putting that hamburger onto your plate. Did you think about the carbon footprint left by that one hamburger? This time on ConTECHtual we head over to a laboratory that’s growing meat? We get the scoop … “The Future of Lab-Grown Meat | ConTECHtual | NowThis”

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What’s Really in Your Meat? | Consumer Reports

[MUSIC PLAYING] From the moment a carcass starts on its way along the line, federal meat inspectors stand guard to protect you, the consumer. All meat that passes inspection is stamped with a round purple mark wholesomeness. I first heard about this story because Consumer Reports came across some data released from the USDA, that … “What’s Really in Your Meat? | Consumer Reports”

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Making Australia’s red meat industry carbon neutral by 2030

Is there new challenge and as a challenge where we’re up for it but the key messages are that this will place us as global leaders but we want to do it in a manner that increase the productivity and farmgate you can reduce your greenhouse gas emissions you can increase profitability and you can … “Making Australia’s red meat industry carbon neutral by 2030”

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What is Lab-Grown Meat?

Unlike a traditional burger, steak or chicken wing the production of lab-grown meat, or cultured meat as its primary researchers most often refer to it, does not require the slaughtering animals. Lab-grown meat start with stem cells, which are harvested from an animal. With current publicized efforts focusing on beef. The cells are then cultivated … “What is Lab-Grown Meat?”

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People Try Wild Meat For The First Time

– I want to milk this goat today. If you hold it, I can drink it right now. I used to get the goat, milk it, since the childhood and I’m doing the same thing after 57 years. No change. My name is Anshu. I was born in Ahmedabad, India. I came to America, like … “People Try Wild Meat For The First Time”

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Future of Food: Farming in the age of climate change

I’ve kind of accepted my fate, in a way, of being, sort of, the guy that’s alarmed about this before everybody else is. “One slice of New York cheesecake.” Why is it, in so many of the sci-fi movies, “Breakfast of champions.” food of the future comes out of a gadget? “Hydrate level four, please.” … “Future of Food: Farming in the age of climate change”

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Pest and Nutrient Management in Caterpillar Tunnels

the benefits of growing in a protected environment like these caterpillar tunnels or more advanced high tunnels is that it protects the crop from rainfall events and this improves crop quality it also protects them from wind so what we see in high tunnels is higher yields than in field conditions and better quality less … “Pest and Nutrient Management in Caterpillar Tunnels”

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Soil Nutrients – Sulphur | PGG Wrightson Tech Tips

Hi we’re with the PGG Wrightson Technical Team. I’m Jessica Dunbar and I’m the Soil Scientist for the South Island And I’m Stephanie Sloane North Island Soil Scientist. They let me out of the south because I was cold and we are in The mighty Manauatu. Today we are traveling around a few farms to … “Soil Nutrients – Sulphur | PGG Wrightson Tech Tips”

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