Banning pesticides: “We’re sleepwalking into a European food crisis”

Ultimately it comes down to enabling consumers to have choice and whether that is they want to eat food that is close from home, they want to have access to, you know a wide range of different fruits vegetables at different times of the year, perhaps brought in from different countries I think it’s about […]

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Sensor That Detects Antibiotics, Pesticides In Food Developed In North Texas

THEY COULD CONTAIN WISTERIA CONTAMINATION. ALL OF THEM HAVE RECALLED PACKAGES WITH A NOVEMBER 25 USED BY DATE. THAT IS WHAT YOU WANT TO LOOK FOR. WITH FOOD SAFETY CONCERNS HEALTH EXPERTS ARE WARNING ABOUT ONE COMMON PRACTICE THAT THEY SAY INCREASES THE RISK OF DEVELOPING DEADLY INFECTIONS. ALL NEW AT 10:00 WE SHOW YOU […]

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Research, Water, Climate Change, Grain, Turf Grass – America’s Heartland

Hi I’m Sarah Gardner. It’s a critical element not only for your lawn or garden, but in making sure that we have enough food to feed a growing population. Coming up, the challenge in doing more with less water. We’ll take you to Washington State where scientists are helping farmers grow bountiful crops in one […]

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How to keep Cats out of your Raised Bed and Growing Food in the Desert

This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today I have a very special episode for you. We’re here in the Mojave Desert on the border of Arizona and Nevada, and I mean this is the desert and check out, behind me you can see the standard person’s back yard. And this is how most people deal […]

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Building A Host Environment For Beneficial Insects with Paul Zimmerman

got thrips better get aphids think i’m crazy i’m not and you’re about to find out why have you ever released ladybugs into your garden only to find 24 hours later they’re gone well that’s because you didn’t build a host environment for the adults see it’s not the adult insects that usually eat the […]

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Why you have the right to know what’s in your food | Rachel Parent | TEDxToronto

Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Imagine you just got home from school or work and you’re starving. It’s too early for dinner, so you grab a bag of corn chips and start munching. As you reach into the bag to grab another chip you notice something on the package label. New and improved. […]

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