Help The Earth Through Reasonably Sourced Fish – 2021 Guide

Help The earth Through Reasonably Sourced Fish

Something that a dangerous atmospheric devation has done is bring issues to light around the way that the planet has limited assets. When something, regardless of whether it be oil or fish, vanishes, at that point it is gone for eternity. So as to most likely guarantee that there will be fish for who and … Read more

Key to Success – 2021 Guide

Motivating and rewarding employees requires work While most of his fellow extension professionals focus on the science of growing-soils, diseases, crop varieties, etc.-Gregorio Billikopf, a farm adviser with the University of California Cooperative Extension, specializes in an equally critical area that often gets too little attention: labor management. His work centers on two distinct topics … Read more

How to Successfully Grow Seedless Watermelon

How to Successfully Grow Seedless Watermelon

Seedless watermelon growth requires much more management and attention to detail, than the growing and production of regular seeded watermelons. Some extra steps are necessary to make sure the pollination and yields are right. Watermelons without seeds are not self-pollinating, pollinizers, or diploid watermelon crops. Henceforth, they must be included in production to provide pollen. … Read more

Xanthohumol has shown to lowers cholesterol, blood sugar and weight gain in lab tests

Xanthohumol

Oregon State University conducted a study that identified specific intake levels of xanthohumol, which is a natural flavonoid that is found in hops, significantly improve some markers of metabolic syndrome in lab animals, while also reducing weight gain. A special issue of Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics published these findings, which focus on “Polyphenols and … Read more

Put Those Potatoes To Bed

Potatoes To Bed

Narrow seed rows for greater yield Boosting yields by crowding plants together in high populations has been effective in crops from cotton to apples, and some pioneers in Idaho are finding that it works for potatoes, too. In fact, they have devised a new planting regime based on narrow seed rows on wide beds, and … Read more