Agriculture News

There are lots of great sources of agriculture news on the internet that will keep you informed and knowledgeable about the sector. At Wiser, we take the best of this content and deliver it to you in the form of an easy-to-use and comprehensive free daily email. With our service, you will get the information that you need from the sources that you trust quickly and efficiently. Agriculture is one of the oldest industries in the United States, and it is also one of the most important. The US is a net exporter of food while the industry employees millions of people. This is before you look at the impact the industry can have on the everyday life of Americans, or the influence of the agricultural sector in other parts of the world. It is also an industry that is changing as populations shift, new technologies become available, and governments strive to maintain food security for their countries. Whether you need information on crop prices, details on the latest innovations in technology, or you want to stay up-to-date with government policies and initiatives, the Wiser daily agriculture news email is for you.

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Brazil lifts injunction on Ecuador shrimp imports
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Amended wildlife Act to be formulated soon, Union Minister Harsh Vardhan says
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As India's Climate Changes, Farmers In The North Experiment With New Crops
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Can students return a billion oysters to a New York harbor?
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Farewell to the Horse review – from Napoleon to Clint Eastwood
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Zoneco bails out Canadian subsidiary after fire destroys lobster plant
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The cost of the rebuild is CAD 1.75 million.
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Euromonitor: Australians swap meat for fish as convenient alternatives emerge
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Chilled processed seafood saw a particular increase in 2016.
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Flooding wipes out northern Bangladesh fish farms
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Losses are estimated at $37 million.
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Brazil lifts injunction on Ecuador shrimp imports
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Brazil's national shrimp association has said it will contest the reprieve.
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Amended wildlife Act to be formulated soon, Union Minister Harsh Vardhan says
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UDHAGAMANDALAM: An amended Wildlife Act would be formulated soon by incorporating stringent rules against poaching of animals, Union Minister Harsh Vardhan said here on Sunday. Considering the increased incidents of poaching and hunting the the Forest and Environment Ministry would incorporate amendments...
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As India's Climate Changes, Farmers In The North Experiment With New Crops
NPRJulie Mccarthy
Farmers are starting to grow new crops in winter, when their fields usually lie fallow. Meanwhile, air pollution, which contributes to climate change, is weakening India's solar energy production.
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Can students return a billion oysters to a New York harbor?
PBSMdregan
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio CLARISSA LYNN: Does everyone have a pen or pencil? IVETTE FELICIANO: 7th grade science teacher Clarissa Lynn takes her class on a 15-minute walk from their school in Harlem to New York City’s East River....
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Farewell to the Horse review – from Napoleon to Clint Eastwood
The GuardianDavid Blackbourn
JMW Turner’s celebrated painting of The Fighting Temeraire depicts the old warship being towed off to the breaker’s yard by a steam tug – the romantic past dispatched by the utilitarian present. Near the beginning of Ulrich Raulff’s remarkable book about the...
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Agriculture, Energy Regulation
E.P.A. Promised ‘a New Day’ for the Agriculture Industry, Documents Reveal
The New York TimesEric Lipton, Roni Caryn Rabin
WASHINGTON — In the weeks before the Environmental Protection Agency decided to reject its own scientists’ advice to ban a potentially harmful pesticide, Scott Pruitt, the agency’s head, promised farming industry executives who wanted to keep using the pesticide that it is...
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More restrictions announced for toxic pesticide
Los Angeles TimesGeoffrey Mohan
California moved a step closer Friday to banning a widely used agricultural pesticide linked to birth defects, openly departing from the Trump administration’s decision to walk back an Obama-era effort to ban the chemical. Growers and other users will be asked to...
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