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Vietnam authorities toss toxic Chinese potatoes
... of potatoes are transported to HCMC every day. Duc said local authorities have kept a close watch on Nguyet for two years and noticed that she has been importing hundreds of tons of potatoes...
Read more at Thanh Nien Daily
Dow Chemical Company
Ho Chi Minh City
Heath Department Works To Decrease West Nile Viru...
... this summer. For the first time the department will offer free, long-term, biological pesticide treatments for rain barrels in that neighborhood. But Whittaker says the agency will help...
Read more at WBNS-10TV Columbus
Keeping a digital journal is priceless
... with your landscape contractor in order to achieve that shape and form in your landscape. Pesticide records: Keep a record of all pesticides used in the landscape. Note the trade name, date,...
Read more at The Moultrie Observer
How American Food Makes Us Fat and Sick
... as size, growth rate, pest resistance rather than nutrition. According to the World Watch Institute, farmers today can grow two to three times as much grain, fruit, and vegetables on a...
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the American College
World Watch Institute
World Watch Institute
The new buzz? Backyard beekeeping
Andre says. “You go into your beeyard, you work with your bees, and when they’re healthy, you watch them getting stronger and stronger. It’s rewarding, like planting a vegetable garden,...
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The Globe and Mail
Researcher studies indoor air particles and their...
... particles with potential health consequences, such as house dust, animal dander, pesticide residues from indoor applications or tracked in from the outside, flame retardants from...
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National Science Foundation
Plant your veges and watch savings grow
Plant your veges and watch savings grow Story Tools Related Items With rising food costs and greater awareness about where our food comes from, household and community vegetable gardens are taking...
Read more at Wairarapa Times-Age
Stopping gypsy moths
... eat all the leaves off trees, especially oaks. The chemical that will be sprayed is not a pesticide that kills the insects. It is a sex pheromone — a biological signaling chemical — that...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
Illinois Department of Agriculture
US ‘bullying’ developing nations to accept geneti...
... companies ahead of the interests of consumers. A report released this month by Food & Water Watch, a Washington-based anti-GMO group, corroborates such criticism. “The report confirms what we...
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Thanh Nien Daily
Swartz Creek View
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Another Week of Anthropocene Antics, May 26, 2013
... study finds The Inuvialuit living in the Mackenzie Delta of the Northwest Territories watched incredulously in September of 1999, as a particularly violent storm swept the Arctic Ocean...
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When The Cicadas Were Last Here In 1996...
Were Going Crazy For 'The English Patient' (Or going crazy against it.) 9 People Died On Mt....
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The Daily Show
Populations plummet for frogs, toads, salamanders
... several factors, including disease, an explosion of invasive species, climate change and pesticide use are contributing. The study said the populations of seven species of threatened...
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Michael J. Adams
International Union for Conservation of Nature
Falcons flock to downtown nest
... and wildlife enthusiasts gathered in a second-floor room of the downtown building to watch the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ annual banding of the chicks. “We’re banding them...
Read more at The Youngstown Vindicator
Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Pesticide use stings beekeeper
It’s difficult for John Van Blyderveen to watch and do nothing as the hives in his home yard struggle to survive, but he fears if he helps there will be more at risk than just honey production in...
Read more at Woodstock Sentinel-Review
TV with Dianne Butler
... keeps his hives on a roof in the middle of Paris, where there are flowers and gardens and a pesticide ban. STEPHEN FRY: GADGET MAN ABC1, 9.25pm Rating: 2.5/5 YES, let's all get a cast...
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Pet Medication Safety
... cat died after using an over-the-counter flea and tick medication. Most of those meds contain pesticides, and pet owners need to be careful, according to Veterinarian Jim Parker. "Some over the...
Read more at WSIL 3 Southern Illinois
'At Any Price' insults target audience
... the writers get kind of right is with a subplot involving genetically modified/engineered, pesticide-resistant seeds. Whether they intended to or not, the writers' story smacks heavily of the...
Read more at Gwinnett Daily Post
EAGLES! Spirits soar with sightings of majestic b...
... or he might have mentioned that by 1963, hunting, habitat loss and widespread use of the pesticide DDT had brought the population down to only 417 known breeding pairs in the lower 48...
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Carbon County Environmental Education Center
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