Agriculture Film Articles

  • Qualified 750mm/500mm/250mm Wide Blown Silage Wrap Film Silage Film

    Order contact: iris@silagepacking.com Skype: sttail55 Web: www.silagepacking.cn ...


    By Silage Packaging Co., Ltd

  • Factors affecting adoption of agricultural water-saving technologies in Heilongjiang Province, China

    This study aimed to find key factors influencing the decisions of farmers regarding the adoption of water-saving practices including the rice-controlling irrigation technique, drip irrigation under plastic film, and sprinkling irrigation in Heilongjiang Province, China. It was found that reliability of the water source and government promotion had very significant and positive associations with ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • One Zambian man’s inspiring journey from charcoal burner to forest champion

    We often hear about big global environmental issues such as deforestation, poaching or overfishing and forget that there are individuals at the heart of these activities. Have you ever stopped to wonder, what motivates someone to cut down trees in the first place? How often do they contemplate the impact they’re having on the environment? And what experience or insights lead to ...


    By Ensia

  • The environment goes to Washington

    Looking for a reason to visit Washington, D.C., next week? The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital — billed as the “largest and longest-standing environmental film festival in the United States” — is the place to be March 17–29. Now in ...


    By Ensia

  • Ethiopia’s seed banks and the search for food security

    The community seed bank in Chefe Donsa, a village two hours’ drive east of the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, collects and preserves the seeds of local crops to ensure farmers have a steady supply of seeds to sow each year. The Chefe Donsa seed bank is just one of 13 established in different climatic areas of the country. The nation’s central seed bank, which the Ethiopian Institute ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Becoming a top female fisheries researcher in Kenya

    In this film, as part of our series Africa’s PhD renaissance, scientist Nina Wambiji talks about how the support she has received from AWARD (African Women in Agricultural Research and Development) has helped her become a leading researcher in her field. She was granted a fellowship at ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Tepha - case study

    Tepha Inc. is a medical device firm that develops and commercializes innovative products based on the company’s proprietary PHA (polyhydroxyalkanoate) bioaterial technology. Tepha began working with POS in 2002 to develop its biopolymer resin production processes. These novel process had not yet been demonstrated at the pilot plant scale when the company started working with POS. Today, ...


    By POS Bio-Sciences

  • Spain: Mater-Bi mulching films used on extended cotton crops

    Context Mulching film is normally used on vegetable crops. The "cotton" case study in Spain shows that it can also be used on a industrial crop. Country: Spain, Andalusia Crop: cotton Year: 2002, area 10 hectares - Year 2005, area 1500 hectares Sowing: March Harvest: ...


    By Novamont S.p.A

  • Detroit - The city of reinvention

    It's January 2012. A new year lies ahead. It's a time when many of us plan for rejuvenation with resolutions of fitness, healthy eating and lifestyle changes. By now we may have already wavered on our personal promises, but we still see the opportunities that lie ahead and challenge ourselves to a better us with thoughts of hope and possibility in the months to come. There is no shortage of ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Nano-structural and surface characteristics of non-stoichiometric In2O3−x thin films

    In this work we present recent results on non-stoichiometric In2O3−x thin films grown by dc magnetron sputtering technique focusing on structural and surface characterisation using cross-section transmission electron microscopy (XTEM), Atomic force Microscopy (AFM) and X-ray diffraction (XRD). The films were amorphous in the early stage of growth becoming crystalline after a critical thickness. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • New routes for roads: using recycled greenhouse films to modify bitumens

    Four recycled greenhouse films made of low density polyethylene and EVA copolymer, are mixed with 6070 penetration grade bitumen. The goal is to improve the viscoelastic properties of bitumen used as a binder in road pavement, contributing to an environment improvement by reducing plastic waste. It is observed that a reasonable stability and a satisfactory upgrading face to rutting defect at high ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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