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Scientists Say Mix-and-Match Cover Cropping Can Optimize Organic Production

By Ann Perry February 4, 2013 Farmers can fine-tune their use of cover crops to help manage costs and maximize benefits in commercial organic production systems, according to U.S.

Physicians and Scientists Call for an End to Fluoridation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, October 2, 2012 Physicians and Scientists Call for an End to Fluoridation Online Video Archive Features Experts Speaking Out in Their ...
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An Inconvenient Tooth - Fluoride Documentary

On September 12, the City Council of Portland, Oregon approved the plan to add fluoride to the water supply, despite opposition from a clear majority ...
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Technology Enhanced to Evaluate Tenderness and Color Stability in Meat

By Sandra Avant August 9, 2012 A system designed by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists to predict superior beef tenderness is just as effective at predicting tenderness in pork ...
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New Cherry Tree Highlights 100th Anniversary of Japanese Gift

By Kim Kaplan March 22, 2012 WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released a new cherry tree variety named for former First Lady Helen Taft to commemorate the 100th ...
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Wood Chips Help Curb Nitrate Leaching

By Ann Perry February 16, 2012 Wood chips can significantly stem nitrate flow from crop fields into the surrounding watershed, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) study. This work ...
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Study shows electron-beam irradiation reduces virus-related health risk in lettuce, spinach (PR)

February 6, 2012By: Paul Schattenberg, 210-467-6575,paschattenberg@ag.tamu.edu(For photos and cut lines, go to:http://agrilife.org/today/2012/02/03/electron-beam-irradiation/)Study shows electron-beam irradiation reduces virus-related health risk in lettuce, spinachMay be first such study ...
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USDA Research Demonstrates New Breeds of Broccoli Remain Packed with Health Benefits

For broccoli cultivars grown during the past 35 years, ARS scientists found no proof of significant changes in mineral concentrations. Photo ARS. Preserving a unique collection of ...
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Vaccine Protects Against Leptospirosis

By Sandra Avant January 30, 2012 Scientists at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) have found that a commercial vaccine is effective against leptospirosis in cattle. A widespread zoonotic disease, leptospirosis ...
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South Texas Beef Cattle Short Course set for January in San Antonio (PR)

By: Paul Schattenberg, 210-467-6575, paschattenberg@ag.tamu.eduContact: Bryan Davis, 210-467-6575, by-davis@tamu.eduSAN ANTONIO – The South Texas Beef Cattle Short Course, presented by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service and the Bexar Beef ...
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