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Two Weld County companies are cashing in on a plan to turn manure into energy.JBS Five Rivers Cattle Feeding has been exploring ways to do just that for the last five years. Through a partnership with Harsh International Inc. of Eaton, a theory is close to becoming a reality.
A statewide report on water use in Colorado estimates water use will likely double by 2050 as more people move into the state and the oil shale industry develops on the Western Slope.
EPA announced a final rule that would provide an extension to the compliance date for pesticide storage and disposal label statements, from Dec. 16, 2010, to Aug. 16, 2011.
Two plant geneticists at the University of California, Riverside have received a $450,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture to develop a genetic tool that citrus breeders can use to improve the efficiency with which citrus varieties are bred.
It is expected that much of the southern Plains and southeastern U.S. will continue the trend of below normal moisture and above normal temperatures through much of the fall and winter.
Soybeans engineered to be resistant to the herbicides dicamba and glyphosate performed well in field tests with weeds that have become resistant to glyphosate alone, according to Bill Johnson, Purdue professor of weed science.