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Magazine articles on agriculture, livestock, and genetically engineered foods.
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National Gardening
Suzanne DeJohn
Organic or Local? Agribusinesses have realized that consumers are willing to pay more for organic produce. Large farms are converting to organic methods to take advantage of this trend and fill the demand. Is this a bad thing? mark for My Articles 237 similar articles
Scientific American
January 2007
Steve Mirsky
Sweet and Soiled Science A growing fear in the northeastern U.S. is that sustained warming will push both the temperature range and the sugar maple range north of the freezing point and border, respectively. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
December 18, 2006
Carey & Aston
Put A Termite In Your Tank Bio breakthroughs are promising much better ways to make ethanol. mark for My Articles 252 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 5, 2006
Brian Gorman
Monsanto Needs to Charm The company has to confront concerns over genetically modified foods soon if it hopes to keep growing. Investors, take note. mark for My Articles 241 similar articles
Science News
December 2, 2006
Janet Raloff
Organic Dairying Is on Upswing, But No Panacea Some small dairy farms are making the switch to organic operations to increase profits and distinguish their products from undifferentiated commodities. mark for My Articles 197 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 29, 2006
Bea Perks
BASF Touts GM Spuds for Starch German chemical giant BASF is awaiting EU approval for commercial cultivation of one of its latest breakthroughs, an inedible potato called Amflora. The crop has been modified to produce a type of starch particularly suited to paper production. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
Fast Company
December 1, 2006
Alyssa Danigelis
Prime Partners: EcoLogic Finance That $4.25 you laid out this morning for a venti latte? The farmers who harvested the beans won't see much of it. That was true when coffee prices collapsed in 2001 -- which is when EcoLogic Finance stepped in. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
November 13, 2006
Adrienne Carter
Harvesting Green Power Farmers are sowing the seeds of an alternative energy future. But how much of the country can we fuel on corn? mark for My Articles 431 similar articles
November 13, 2006
What Good Are Biofuels? Crops that double as energy sources are cheap, abundant, and homegrown. Yet as farmers rush to transform food crops into fuel, some environmentalists have begun to fret. mark for My Articles 371 similar articles
November 13, 2006
Adrienne Carter
Planting the Seeds of a Biofuels Boom After one successful biofuel plant, Minnesota farmer Loren Forrest plans to build two more, one that uses cellulosic materials. mark for My Articles 132 similar articles
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