Controversy over Genetic Engineering in Agriculture: The good, the bad, and the righteous

So now for the main event! What you all came here to hear, what I came here to hear, frankly. Steve Strauss is a distinguished professor in the College of Forestry, at Oregon State, he is the outreach director for the biotechnology program at the university, he is also a fellow of the leopole leadership […]

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How to Grow Broccoli, Cabbage, and Other Cole Crops – Part 1 Planting

The Cole Crops or Cabbage family. This is a very nutritious set of plants thatwe’re going to be talking about today. When I say the cabbage family, there are actually many different vegetables that we grow in the cruciferous family. The Cruciferae. Cabbage is one of them, but closely related are broccoli, brussels sprouts, kale, […]

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A global food crisis may be less than a decade away | Sara Menker

Since 2009, the world has been stuck on a single narrative around a coming global food crisis and what we need to do to avoid it. How do we feed nine billion people by 2050? Every conference, podcast and dialogue around global food security starts with this question and goes on to answer it by […]

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Why The NETHERLANDS is the World’s AGRICULTURE leader? – VisualPolitik EN

I’m going to ask a question and you can’t Google it. What’s the biggest agricultural power in Europe? Who is the biggest food exporter in all across the EU? Many will think Spain, Italy, or maybe France. After all, these countries have good weather and thousands of hectares of arable land. However, none of these […]

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UConn Extension is Growing Food and Health with the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation

The healthier we are the stronger we are. The partnership when UConn has made the tribe stronger. It’s definitely refocused our attention towards farming and healthier eating. The good thing about UConn is they are eager to teach and they are equally eager to learn. So we’ve been able to work with them to ensure […]

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Monsanto: The Company that Owns the World’s Food Supply

Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, have been the subject of controversy pretty much since their inception. More recently they’ve become sort of a buzzword for outraged social media experts, but don’t let these Twitter crusaders fool you, GMOs are in fact a very serious topic. They have an impact on everyone. Take the US, for […]

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Agriculture, Conservation, Farm, Cattle, Sugarcane, Soil, Peaches MEAP – America’s Heartland

Hi, I’m Sarah Gardner. We’re set to take you on a cross country journey this time to meet some farmers and ranchers who say that protecting the environment is critical for folks in the city and folks on the farm. Running a dairy farm produces lots of manure. This Michigan farmer has taken steps to […]

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