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Access Solutions Sep 18
Replying to @accesssolng
“These mobile bacteria sensors could dramatically increase the speed of a pathogen test from days to seconds,” IBM explained. “Allowing individuals up and down the food chain to detect the existence of harmful E. coli or Salmonella before it becomes an outbreak.”
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Africa Lead 7h
Atinuke Lebile is a 2017 Mandela Fellow and co-founder of of Cato Foods / Agro-Alllied Global Concepts. She told us how Champions4 Change trained by Africa Lead "helped to broaden my horizon about agriculture" & to and improve nutrition
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Tuliram Ronghang Sep 16
My lovely wife Kache Teronpi at the Paddy field harvesting. We encourage every family to do something to bring food in the home. Let us achieve by cultivating our land.
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Jerome&Alina Sep 18
rust can threaten wheat production. new research shows promoting new wheat rust resistant varieties = 30 to 40% more grain even when rust not prominent
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UNSOM Sep 17
Congrats for launching 's Social Protection Policy, which aims to reduce inequality, invest in , health, education and livelihoods, & increase resilience. A clear demonstration of the collective commitment to leave no Somali behind!
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IITA Sep 16
Apply now📣 This request for expression of interest follows the general procurement procedures for the Activity issued under the US Government’s Global Act & awarded by to IITA & its partners. Deadline: 20/09/2019
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TheSheepCollective Sep 15
There was movement at the feedlot, for the word had got around, that the moratorium was soon to end. 50 transport operators, 17 shearer’s and 25 feedlot staff were back in action today preparing sheep for export
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Easyshop 7h
Dairy products such as milk are considered one of the perishables, notwithstanding their high protein content. So, how do we preserve it and extend its shelf life, to maximize the nutritional benefits? Well, let's find out
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Euroseeds Sep 18
The Earth’s population is expected to reach around 10 billion by 2050. How will we feed all those people in an efficient and sustainable way? 🍽️🌍 innovation & technology will play a key 🗝️ role in : 👉
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Eamonn Kinsella 1h
Exchequer being fleeced by Conservative Govt policy to subsidize investors tax breaks et all, crippling price to pay for inefficiency >?>>
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Feed Opportunity Sep 18
60% of Canadians think that food security and affordability are most important agri-food issues that should be at top of mind during the federal election, new poll finds. We agree!
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Prof. Hamadi Iddi Boga Sep 16
matters. Now, on Citizen TV tvhttps://youtu.be/Gf2-NStSsNw
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Dr Rebecca Lindberg Sep 10
I’ve submitted two scientific articles in last two weeks. Each represents months of work. Feeling pretty👌👌👌 this afternoon. Now 🤞🤞🤞 for reviews.
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MESPT™️ Sep 18
What’s your take on vs
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foodgisthub 2h
GAO recommends the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Serice (FSIS) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) work with stakeholders outside the federal government to reduce consumer confusion.
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EduPlant 4h
“Permaculture will really help us alleviate poverty.” — Ms Shelembe, Msiziwamakrestu Primary School. What challenges has school food gardening helped you overcome? Let us know in the comments below.
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Amateur citizen Sep 15
Helping Indian farmers climb the first step towards success - Indo-Israel centre of excellence nursery, Karnal, Haryana
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Tuduetso Sep 19
There's no place I'd rather be. Passion & Grace have brought me here ❤️
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Down To Earth Sep 16
Centre’s decision to provide only fortified food items rekindles the debate on whether fortification helps combat malnutrition and who actually benefits from the move
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aquaponics 5h
RT : is the future for @ Kentucky State University Research Farm
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