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[ Issue 1 (Jan, 1994)] [ Issue 2 (Jul, 1994)] [ Issue 3 (Jan, 1995)] [ Issue 4 (Jul, 1995)] [ Issue 5 (Jan, 1996)] [ Issue 6 (Jul, 1996)] [ Issue 7 (Jan, 1997)] [ Issue_8 (Jul, 1997)] [ Issue 9 (Jan, 1998)] [ Issue 10 (Jul, 1998)] [ Issue 11 (Jan, 1999)] [ Issue 12 (Jul, 1999)] [Issue 13 will be available soon] [On-line Issue 14 will become available through 2002] Issue 1 (January, 1994) [To Issue 2 ] Editorial What is a New Crop? New Crops: Development and application of improved selection and evaluation procedures to produce new crops for northern Australia Success factors in the development of new agricultural industries Industrial Crops Think Tank Listing of Potential New Crops for Australia : publication available Success factors in the development of new agricultural industries : pub Read More
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AgBioForum

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Volume 10 // Number 2 // 2007 Back Issues | Index Current Contribution of Four Biotechnologies to New Zealand’s Primary Sector W.H. Kaye-Blake, C.M. Saunders, & P. Dalziel The Economic Impacts of Introducing Bt Technology in Smallholder Cotton Production Systems of West Africa: A Case Study from Mali J. Vitale, T. Boyer, R. Uaiene, & J.H. Sanders Consumer Attitudes and Policy Directions for GM Labeling and Pollen Drift Regulation: Evidence from the 2006 Vermonter Poll V. Esposito & J. Kolodinsky Economic Impacts of Not Extending Biofuel Subsidies J. Kruse, P. Westhoff, S. Meyer, & W. Thompson Market and Welfare Effects of GMO Introduction in Small Open Economies A. Plastina & K. Giannakas About AgBioForum Welcome to ABF Editorial Board Privacy Policy Copyright Policy Author Services Read More
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Alternative Agriculture News -- Back Issues

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Home News & Events Alternative Agriculture News Back Issues Sustainable Farming Connection Where farmers find and share information. Alternative Agriculture News -- Back Issues From the Henry A. Wallace Institute for Alternative Agriculture. February 2000 -- From the sanet archives . January 2000 -- New Wallace Center created at Winrock, anti-biotech efforts attract "serious" money, organic product list from OMRI, Monsanto sued, chemicals and pancreatic cancer. December, 1999 -- International organic agreement, GMO warnings, surviving the "new agriculture," biotech companies launch PR campaign. November, 1999 -- Minimal gains in 2000 budget, floods reveal flaws in N.C. farm policy, Monsanto terminates terminator technology. October, 1999 -- Consumer Union calls for GMO Read More
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Beekeeping URL Change Page

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The URL for the University of Nebraska Beekeeping home page has changed. The new URL is: http://entomology.unl.edu/beekpg/ Please change your bookmarks. Read More
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Emu Today...your source for Livestock, Meat, Research, Nutrition, Leather, Production & Marketing

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--> The Emu. . . America's Livestock Standing On Its Own Two Feet Did You Know... ... that the emu is native to Australia and was imported into the United States during 1930 through the late 1950's as exotic zoo stock. Today, the exportation of live birds and eggs is prohibited from Australia. Exports of processed emu products from Australia, however, are on the rise as emu begins to gain acceptance worldwide for its unique qualities. ... that emus are raised throughout the United States and have adapted to challenging conditions ranging from the frigid winters of North Dakota to the harsh heat of southern Texas. Emus grow to be five to six feet tall and may weigh up to 140 pounds when mature. ... that emus normally breed as pairs. The hen can be productive for as long as 20 years, laying Read More
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Facts for Fancy Fruit Index

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Welcome to the 2007 Index of Facts for Fancy FruitNewsletter CURRENT This is the current Facts for Fancy Fruit (in PDF format, requiring the free Adobe Acrobat Reader ) RECENT 2007issues of the Facts for Fancy Fruit (in PDF format, requiring AdobeAcrobat Reader ): Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-10 October 19, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-09 October 4, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-08 August 17, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-07 August 2, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-06 July 18, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-05 June 16, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-04 June 7, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-03 May 24, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-02 April 20, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-01 March 22, 2007 Text versions of recent issues of Facts for Fancy Fruit: Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-10 October 19, 2007 Fa Read More
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Midwest Biological Control News

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Biological Control News is no longer being published. All back issues are available on this website. Back Issues About This Newsletter Index Other Biological Control Sites This website is maintained by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Entomology . Webpage last updated APril 8, 2004. URL is http://www.entomology.wisc.edu/mbcn/mbcn.html. Read More
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Mushroom Growers' Newsletter - Growing Mushrooms for Profit

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Americans are discovering exotic mushrooms! These are not the white or brown button mushrooms or even their more mature form called "portabella", but a variety of delicious species that have been enjoyed by cultures around the world for millennia. Whether they are the beautiful yellow oyster mushroom (shown here growing on straw) or the flavorful shiitake (shown ready to be shipped) or any of a hundred other species, Americans are discovering what the rest of the world has long known: Mushrooms are marvelous!! If you think you might like to grow some of these mushrooms commercially, you need The Mushroom Growers' Newsletter . This is the first and only independent newsletter that covers the world-wide mushroom industry. Weekly prices at key U.S. cities, spot prices at cities around the wor Read More
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Probe Newsletter

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Newsletter for the USDA Plant Genome Research Program Volume 6, Final July 1996 Volume 5, No. 2 April - June 1995 Volume 5, No. 1 February - March 1995 Volume 4, No. 3/4 August 1994 - January 1995 Volume 4, No. 1/2 July 1993-July 1994 Volume 3, No. 1/2 January-June 1993 Volume 2, No. 3 Fall 1992 Volume 2, No. 2 Summer 1992 Volume 2, No. 1 Spring 1992 Volume 1, No. 3/4 Fall/Winter 1991 Volume 1, No. 1/2 Spring/Summer 1991 Return to Plant Genome Data and Information Center Read More
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SpringerLink Home - Main

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Athens Authentication Point Welcome! To use the personalized features of this site, please log in or register . If you have forgotten your username or password, we can help . My SpringerLink Marked Items Alerts Order History Saved Items All Favorites ??(??) ??(??) English Deutsch ??? ??? Français Español ??????? ??????? Welcome to SpringerLink! SpringerLink is one of the world's leading interactive databases for high-quality STM journals , book series , books , reference works and the Online Archives Collection. SpringerLink is a powerful central access point for researchers and scientists. more options Find content by keyword Query Builder Close | Clear Title (ti) Summary (su) Author (au) ISSN (issn) ISBN (isbn) DOI (doi) And Or Not ( ) * (wildcard) "" (exact) Content type All ( Read More
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Welcome to American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers

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CONTACT | SEARCH | HOME MEMBERS ONLY LOGIN Login Password Help WHAT'S NEW Note the Address Change! ASAE is now ASABE, the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. Along with a new name comes a new web address and email extension: asabe.org. Be sure to update your bookmarks and email address book accordingly. You will be redirected to the new web site in 10 seconds. SPOTLIGHT American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers 2950 Niles Road, St. Joseph, MI 49085 | phone 269.429.0300 | fax 269.429.3852 | hq@asabe.org © 2005 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Read More
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Wfec.org - The Best Wind power Resources and Information. This website is for sale!

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wfec.org Search Search the Web Popular Searches | Wind power | Budget Airlines | Vacations | Travel | Shopping | Rental Cars | Last Minute | Flights | Cruises | Car Audio | Buy this domain The domain wfec.org may be for sale by its owner! More details... | Wind power | Budget Airlines | Vacations | Travel | Shopping | Rental Cars | Last Minute | Flights | Cruises | Car Audio | For Wind power try these sponsored results: Community Wind Parks Want your own wind park in Canada We develop, finance and build parks www.skypower.com/html/opport Wind Energy Top 7 Sites For Wind Energy. Ranked and Ready. windenergys.net Wind Energy Training Professional training courses Available globally www.garradhassan.com Generate Wind Power See our selection of wind turbines. Save money & be green. Buy online. Read More
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©Arizona Water Resource 2001

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Search the on-line Arizona Water Resource Subscribe to the Arizona Water Resource mailing September - October 2007 Feature Conservation Easements, A Strategy to Check Development, Preserve River Flow Main Image - Medieval Colorado River Drought, A World Event Water Vapors - Event Set for Tucson Community to Talk Water Guest View - Rural Water Issues Not Apart From State, National Affairs Legislation and Law - Bills Seek to Clarify Intended Clean Water Act Coverage // AZ Raises Concerns About Navajo-NM Water Settlement Act Special Projects - Context of Water Issues, a Crucial Ingredient When Developing Good Policy Public Policy Review - Beachside, Columnist Ponders Arizona’s Water Resources’ Horizon ( download pdf ) Also - News Briefs , Publications , Announcements Arizona Water Read More
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