Quantitative Approach for Recovering Legacy P while Minimizing Crop Nutrient Deficiency Risk

This project makes use of an approach for recovering legacy P while minimizing crop nutrient deficiency risk. The quantitative approach makes use of the soil P storage capacity approach, originally developed in Florida just over 10 years ago. The concept, referred to as SPSC, as calculated from phosphorus, iron and aluminum, in a soil test … “Quantitative Approach for Recovering Legacy P while Minimizing Crop Nutrient Deficiency Risk”

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Food As Medicine: Feedback with Melissa – Week 3 – July 2019

MELISSA ADAMSKI: Hi, everyone, and welcome to week 3 feedback video of Food As Medicine. It’s great to be back here in Australia after my trip to the UK, and it’s great to see a lot of you enjoyed my video for week 2 coming from Cambridge in England there. So let’s have a bit … “Food As Medicine: Feedback with Melissa – Week 3 – July 2019”

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The holiday dinner table can get a little awkward. 😬

(holiday music) Ooh. Nice. It’s really good. She likes it. So, it’s just avocado… On a piece of toast. And it costs how much? So, Hunter, what are you doing with your life? (gasps) (techno music) (holiday music) Jello mold anyone?

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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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Montana Wheat Farmers Improve Nutrient Use Efficiency Through Research Collaboration

(bright music) – My name is Richard Engel. My title is, I am associate professor of soil science in the Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences at Montana State University. The reason why we conducted this project was to actually do some on-farm measurements to determine how much nitrogen is being lost following these … “Montana Wheat Farmers Improve Nutrient Use Efficiency Through Research Collaboration”

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Why Try Daily Essential Nutrients?

Hi I’m David Hardy founder of Hardy Nutritionals and formulator of our powerful micronutrient formulation Daily Essential Nutrients. Astonishing benefits to health have been documented in thousands of people who have delivered all of the essential nutrients at optimum levels to their bodies by supplementing their diets with our Daily Essential Nutrients. Please visit our … “Why Try Daily Essential Nutrients?”

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This Underground Economy Exists in a Secret Fungi Kingdom

New research has revealed that fungi—you know, like mushrooms—barter and trade with other organisms like little stockbrokers. Basically, there’s a whole economy of nutrients right beneath our feet that we are just uncovering. And yes, it can be pronounced either fun-guy or fun-gee, don’t even start, and their classification has been difficult, to say the … “This Underground Economy Exists in a Secret Fungi Kingdom”

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Water2REturn – REcovery & REcycling of nutrients TURNing wasteWATER into added-value products

The slaughtering industry and agriculture are both associated with specific environmental problems. The slaughtering industry is very water intensive. Agriculture on the other hand is very dependent on synthetic fertilisers, which tend to be very energy and carbon intensive to produce. Slaughterhouse wastewater contains a lot of nutrients. Current technologies focus on eliminating these nutrients. … “Water2REturn – REcovery & REcycling of nutrients TURNing wasteWATER into added-value products”

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Better Safe Than Sorry: A Focus on Food

[MUSIC] [SOUND] It’s one of the world’s most critical needs, food.>>And I’m gonna buy some tomatoes, strawberries, nectarines, peaches.>>And it’s linked to our environment, our society, and undeniably, our health.>>Is California on the leading edge of food safety? Absolutely.>>It defines who we are and how we live.>>People always say you are what you eat.>>And for … “Better Safe Than Sorry: A Focus on Food”

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Hungry Microbiome: Starch Digestion

(Narrator) This is Armando. This video was created as part of the Hungry Microbiome Project, which I made at CSIRO. In this video we’ll focus on starch digestion. We will first review the structure of starch, and finally we will look at the steps involved in starch digestion. So we begin here with a human … “Hungry Microbiome: Starch Digestion”

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