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Pioneer Seeds U.S. Sep 10
Pioneer’s white hybrids all have a “W” after the P number? The grain from fields of these hybrids is likely headed to to be made into delicious products like the shells on your grocery store shelves. -
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Indianapolis Zoo 12h
Browse can be used in many ways and nothing goes to waste! Large logs are great enrichment items for some of the larger animals, such as the lions, to toss around. -Steph H.
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Columbus Zoo 11h
Thanks for following my today! If your student is interested in Zoo School, then sophomore year is the time to apply. Look for the application in November on this webpage: . I hope to see you at the Zoo! –Emily
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Mix Montréal 10h
billboard: Listen to daya's playlist, featuring MileyCyrus, billieeilish & more 🎧
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Pioneer Seeds U.S. 8h
As I prepare to wrap up my , I can't help but show a couple pictures of our kids. My biggest motivator for this work is to help farmers produce more corn on less land to ensure an abundant and secure food supply for the next generation. - Matt Walch
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Toledo Library 9h
These are some of our favorite picture books of 2019! 📚 What’s your favorite picture book of all time?
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Itze 15h
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Pioneer Seeds U.S. 10h
Plant breeding is about picking winners. The line on the left root lodged in the 70 mph winds a couple weeks ago. The one on the right is standing strong. I discarded the line on the left. The one on the right gets to fight another day - Matt Walch
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Steel City Spartans IHC 16h
For today’s next in line is #97 tyler Sykes Favourite hockey player? Zack Fitzgerald What you enjoy most about hockey?making new mates Reason for hockey number? old house number Favourite holiday destination? Lanzarote Worst fear? Losing someone I care about
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Georgetown Swim&Dive 13h
Senior Emmanuel Emovon (N’20) is on Instagram (HoyasSwimDive) for ! Make sure to head on over to see what a day in the life of a Georgetown pre-med student-athlete!
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Indianapolis Zoo 10h
Propping & perching are like the animals’ furniture, and it’s especially important for the health of our birds’ feet. In addition to using branches to perch on, the macaws have a jolly-good time nibbling on the leaves & bark. -Steph H.
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Indianapolis Zoo 9h
Adding browse as a treat inside puzzle feeders, like this one for our baboons, is a great way to encourage problem solving. - Steph H.
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cbartel 15h
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Columbus Zoo 13h
Our seniors spend many hours during their second semester training goats and sheep in the My Barn exhibit at the Zoo. Career-technical education programs like Zoo School help prepare students to go out into the world and help others –Emily,
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Karen Gronsky School Of Dance 25m
Tuesday nights at KGSD are INCREDIBLE!!! So much fun! Their faces! The joy! @ Karen Gronsky School of Dance
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Columbus Zoo 12h
Welcome to Zoo 2! This year’s seniors are a fantastic group of 22 students from 16 different schools. They are here every morning to learn and work at the Zoo before heading off to their high schools for other classes. –Emily,
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Northwood School 13h
Head over to Northwood's Instagram stories for a 'day in the life' w/ Daniel Colabufo '20.
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Pioneer Seeds U.S. 8h
We grow many hybrids in small plots in the same field to see how they compare to each other. If the weather holds, P8989AM looks to be about a week away from black layer. - Matt Walch
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Pioneer Seeds U.S. 10h
Tanner Cattanach is busy hand harvesting the seed under the pollination bags. There are thousands of bags in this nursery. We keep track of every ear. Arielle Ehli, just visible in the back, leads the effort. - Matt Walch
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Pioneer Seeds U.S. 10h
Bags, bags, bags. Each of these cover an ear that is perfectly controlled pollination. It allows us to have pure seed and predictable performance over time! -Matt Walch
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