The Great Lakes congressional delegation in Washington is advancing algae legislation on the federal level while members of the Ohio General Assembly move closer to coalescing efforts on the state level. Continue reading Algae-related legislation advancing in Congress
[Global] When scientists discuss increasing levels of carbon dioxide, they are generally referring to carbon that either stays in the Continue reading Scientists Find Direct Evidence That Atmospheric CO2 Heats Earth’s Crust
SINGAPORE — Following the mass fish deaths that affected farmers along the eastern Johor Straits over the weekend, other marine wildlife, including species such as Frogfish, horseshoe crab and puffer fish, have washed up on Pasir Ris beach.
The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) said the post-mortem results of fish samples collected from the affected farms indicated the Continue reading More dead fish, marine life at Pasir Ris beach
In today’s agriculture, field tiling is a common practice to increase crop production by draining excess water out of the plant root profile which creates a more favorable growing environment. Of major concern is the high nitrate-nitrogen concentrations contained in tile water that leaves the site and eventually Continue reading Features from the Farm: Impact of bioreactor use for filtering nitrogen