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Magazine articles on agriculture, livestock, and genetically engineered foods.
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November 2003
Rickman et al.
Precision Agriculture: Changing the Face of Farming Commercial farms around the world are changing, and remote sensing is beginning to play a large role. A new suite of technologies promises to help farmers better manage their crops at the scale of individual fields. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
Science News
October 4, 2003
Janet Raloff
Calling All Cows A prototype package of biological and location sensors is part of a system that could compile a medical history and keep it with an animal throughout its life. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
Science News
August 30, 2003
Janet Raloff
Spying Genetically Engineered Crops Environmental Protection Agency scientists are exploring the use of satellites to monitor genetically engineered crops. mark for My Articles 204 similar articles
September 2003
Amy Gunderson
Grants for Rural Biz States with lots of farms and fields are making more grants available to businesses. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
August 15, 2003
Matt Villano
Reaping IT At Royster-Clark, Robert Paarlberg cultivates innovation one step at a time. Two recent IT innovations at the agribusiness giant, a CIO 100 honoree, are very impressive. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
August 2003
Jess McCuan
Failure of Genius The founders of Future Beef were the smartest, most forward-thinking people in the beef business -- and if you didn't believe it, they'd tell you twice. So when the company went down, a lot of people wondered: How did these genius cattlemen blow it so badly? mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
Science News
August 2, 2003
Janet Raloff
Local Foods Could Make for Greener Grocers Items that travel the least and end up on the dinner table quickest tend to taste the best and harbor the fewest germs. But there's another reason to select locally grown foods: It generally takes considerably less fuel to ship them to groceries, restaurants, and other buyers. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
August 2003
Patrick Symmes
River Impossible Everybody loves the Klamath. Everybody wants a piece of it. And they're willing to go to war to get it. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
August 2003
Misty Blakesley
Ecotourism Adventure Travel - Water in the Balance Water issues chronically become water wars. Here are some collisions in progress--from bang-ups over how to divide spoils to clashes over big cleanups--that need to be resolved in the years ahead. mark for My Articles 180 similar articles
July 21, 2003
Kerry Capell
A Food Fight the U.S. Is Sure to Lose Once again, Europe and the U.S. are at loggerheads. This time, they're fighting over food, not foreign policy. On July 2, the European Parliament passed legislation calling for detailed labeling of genetically modified (GM) food products. mark for My Articles 328 similar articles
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