Tag: agriculture

Three Crushed in Tractor Rollovers (Punjabi)

In the past 20 years, tractor rollover accidents have killed hundreds of Canadian farm workers. I’m going to tell you about three fatal rollovers that happened in B.C. At a vineyard, a farmer was backing out from between the rows of grapes onto a road barely wide enough to fit his tractor. Next to the […]

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Urban Farming Using Wood Chips to Create the Best Organic Fertilizer

Alright! This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com through another exciting episode for you! I’m here on a field trip in Houston, Texas, actually—probably like in one of the ghettos of the city… Not maybe the nicest neighborhood, kinda near downtown, kinda near I-10 and 59. And they closed down I-10, so it was like an […]

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Organic Sustainable Farming is the Future of Agriculture | The Future of Food

In order for us to live sustainably the structures that meet our basic needs must work towards regeneration rather than consumption and depletion. We wanted to find what alternatives exist to buying food at the supermarket which in their current form encourage destructive farming practices. I’ve been studying sustainable farming systems for over 25 years […]

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Farm Monitor – November 9, 2019

[Announcer] This is Farm Monitor. For over 50-years, your source for agribusiness news and features from around the southeast and across the country, focusing on one of the nation‚Äôs top industries, Agriculture. The Farm Monitor is produced by one of the largest general farm organizations, the Georgia Farm Bureau. Now, here are your hosts, Ray […]

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Korean Natural Farming How to : FPJ

Hello. Welcome. And this is a How to: Fermented Plant Juice. This is a simple video step on how to make it. If you want the details and the scientific facts, check out my other video: All About Fermented Plant Juice For the rest of the video we will call this FPJ. The first thing […]

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How industrial farming techniques can breed superbugs

JUDY WOODRUFF: But first: our special series Stopping Superbugs. This week science correspondent, Miles O’Brien and economics correspondent Paul Solman tag-team again for a look at how the use of antibiotics in livestock can lead to unhealthy, even dangerous outcomes. Miles begins at a Missouri pig farm, as part of our weekly science series, Leading […]

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