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Some P315 million worth of agricultural machinery were distributed to farmers in Santa Barbara, Pangasinan.
In a statement, the Philippine Center for Postharvest Development and Mechanizat
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Row cleaners are a must for your planter. You want to make sure you remove all of the residue so that your seed is only in contact with soil.
In order to check your row cleaners, first, gi
When the pandemic hit last spring, B.C.’s seed farmers experienced a tsunami of demand for seeds as the number of home gardeners surged and major U.S. seed companies stopped shipping to Ca
Wind gusts damaged agricultural buildings owned by Wendy Cleverley during a Dec. 15 storm in Newton. (Christopher Braunschweig)
Wendy Cleverley remembered the first time she heard a torna
Coming up on AgweekTV, we will talk about USDA beginning to shape labels for cell cultured food products. We will discuss sugar producers getting some good news on 2021 production and payments.
Trihas Kefele, a native of Eritrea, is one of the many immigrants who live in Moorefield, West Virginia and work at Pilgrim’s Pride, a chicken processing plant in the small town. Although Moor