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  • 5 Blueberry Bush Frost Protection Tips and Tricks

    Early March and April is prime season for growing and cultivating blueberry plants and bushes, but are also reminders that the last hints of winter could pop up at any time. Sudden drops in temperature are bad news for blueberry growers, as frost can severely damage blueberry bushes and buds. Learn about five helpful tips and tricks for blueberry bush frost protection in the early months of ...


    By Avian Enterprises, LLC

  • Steinert GmbH united in support for Australia’s bush fire victims

    Steinert GmbH's global co-operations don’t only exist on paper. A feeling of togetherness has developed among the employees of the international partners. After watching and hearing the coverage of the bush fires in Australia, the employees of Steinert GmbH in Cologne spontaneously started a fund-raising campaign for the victims of the fires. The money collected was supplemented by a donation ...

  • B Series Cutter Blade Feature

    The B-series self priming pumps have been used for dozens of years, and in many different application areas. A popular option for this series is the cutter blade. For a low additional fee, we deliver the B pump with a stainless steel wear plate and cutter blade. This is an ideal solution for use on board ships or super yachts to pump faeces ...


    By BBA Pumps

  • Cornell Cutter Pump featured on manure manager cover

    Cornell’s 6NHTB Cutter Pump prominently graces the July/August 2012 cover of Manure Manager! The feature article explains how digital apps and mobile device technology are benefiting custom manure pumpers and applicators. J. Puck, of PCE Manure Equipment in Iowa, is shown using a digital pump communication and control system to more effectively operate the Cornell Cutter pump. CLICK: ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Cornell Features MP Series, STX, and Cutter Pump at Manure Expo

    Cornell Pump is exhibiting at the North American Manure Expo, in Springfield, Missouri. Drop by booth #215 to check out the latest material of design for our MP series, look at the 2012 Innovative Product of the Year, the Cornell Cutter ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Circular cutting chain does the job with less hassle

    Bracke Forest promises lightning-fast roadside clearing, but behind that slogan lies new technology that makes stand thinning and clearing more efficient, which in turn can increase the availability of biofuel. The new silviculture and biomass head was exhibited at the World Bioenergy trade fair in Jönköping and is a hybrid between a traditional harvester head and a giant brush ...


    By Elmia AB

  • Wessex Rotary Slasher Scrubmaster scrubs the toughest of jobs

    Heavy gauge steel plate, an exceptionally high performance drive system and hardened bevel gears have been powering this slasher through dense scrub and brush for over thirty years. That’s how long the Wessex rotary slasher the Scrubmaster has been taking on the toughest ...


    By Wessex International

  • Farm Hand Category 1 Quick Hitch Introduction

    From the Category 1 video: Hey, thanks for joining us here at LeeAgra today. We wanted to introduce a new product to you that we’re pretty excited about. It’s called our Farm Hand Hitch. I’m gonna very briefly describe ...


    By LeeAgra, Inc.

  • U.S. Forest Service Plans to Lift Roadless Area Protections

    DENVER, Colorado, December 31, 2007 (ENS) - The Bush administration intends to remove existing legal protections from over 4.4 million acres of roadless areas in the national forests of Colorado. The U.S. Forest Service formally announced Wednesday that it is beginning a process to establish a new rule for managing Colorado's roadless areas. This rulemaking is the result of a petition submitted ...

  • Dewulf launches new generation of one- and two-row trailed top lifting harvesters with bunker

    Dewulf, specialist in potato and carrot harvesting technology, has introduced the GB series of trailed top lifting harvesters with bunker, which includes a number of notable, innovative upgrades. The GBI and GBII guarantee reliable harvesting, even in the most difficult conditions, and do so in the most economical way. Increased productivity, reduced maintenance costs, and ease of use make ...


    By APH Group

  • New generation 2- and 3-row self-propelled top lifting harvesters from Dewulf

    Dewulf, specialist in harvesting technology for potatoes and carrots, has launched a new generation of the ZK series, 2- and 3-row self-propelled top lifting harvesters with discharge elevator. Its INNOVATIVE features make the ZK series the most RELIABLE harvester in the self-propelled top lifting harvester segment. The harvesters have the highest level of finish available and are equipped with ...


    By APH Group

  • Vermeer enters whole-tree chipper market

    PELLA, Iowa — Vermeer Corporation has introduced the WC2300 whole-tree chipper designed specifically to produce chips for the growing biomass industry. The WC2300 features many proven technologies developed by Vermeer. “We spent considerable time working with end users to identify what features they thought were missing on current machines in the marketplace and incorporated those ...


    By Vermeer

  • Let the water flow

    This Christmas season, we are supporting the project “Let the water flow” conducted by “Bread for the World” by sending seasonal greetings via e-mail instead of printed Christmas cards. This initiative reduces costs and saves resources. For years the people of Konso fought in vain against the drought in the southern part of their country. But with some help they ...


    By thinkstep

  • Gore says `changing light bulbs` not enough

    Climate campaigner Al Gore urged world policymakers on Thursday to change laws 'not just light bulbs' in tackling global warming, and a UN official said world market turmoil must not be allowed to delay action. An annual meeting of world political and business leaders in Davos, Switzerland, this year has scheduled a record number of sessions and workshops on global warming. But a sharp downturn ...

  • Farm Tech named new UK distributor for the Mateng range of Compact Tractor Attachments

    The new Mateng range of compact tractor mounting mowers will be launched at Farm Tech Supplies’ (FTS) popular Spring Demo Day this Good Friday 10am – 2pm at their estate near Petersfield. The Demo Day is a superb opportunity to take your time and see a full range of Mateng’s impressive compact tractor machinery working in open fields – including the new Flail and Finishing ...


    By Farm Tech Supplies Ltd.

  • FAO warns of potential food security crisis as security situation in the Central African Republic worsens

    Despite security challenges in half of the prefectures, farmers in the Central African Republic are counting on the next agriculture season to restore their food production capacity to avoid risks of famine and malnutrition. Since last year when they had to flee the violence, farming communities had to abandon their fields along the main roads to replant deep in the bush. This disruption lead ...

  • Kinze Recommends 10 Tips for Spring Planter Preparation

    Kinze Manufacturing is celebrating 50 years in business this year, with thousands of planters and grain carts running strong on farms around the world. Many of Kinze’s employees are farmers themselves and know that spending a little time on machinery maintenance during the off-season can help ensure planters are running at their best when the planting window finally arrives. With that in ...


    By KINZE Manufacturing Inc

  • Landcare groups rewarded for their efforts

    19 landcare groups around the country can rest assured that their projects will go ahead after being awarded more than $50 000 in total by the Transpower Landcare Trust Grants Programme. Grants awarded in the latest funding round ranged from ...


    By NZ Landcare Trust

  • Buddleia weevil laying waste to weeds

    As large patches of buddleia are reduced to bare stems throughout the region, forest growers and biosecurity managers are applauding the miniature culprit responsible for the damage. The Chinese weevil, Cleopus japonicus was released in 2006 by Crown Research Institute Scion as a sustainable weed control measure. Scion identified the Cleopus weevil as a suitable candidate for biological control ...

  • EPA Offers An $8 Million Grant to Provide Environmental Assistance For Livestock Operators

    Washington, D.C. - EPA is requesting applications from organizations for a $7.9 million grant to provide technical assistance to livestock operators, including animal feeding operations, for the prevention of water discharges and reduction of air emissions.  'These funds support the Bush Administration's commitment to cooperative conservation and environmental stewardship in the ...

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