Crops do Not Deliver in their Absence

Macro and micro nutrients are elements with specific physiological functions that are essential in plant metabolism. This article discusses the role of microelements (micronutrients) as they are important in plant disease and root stress resistance....

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Keep the Planet Breathing

Only 28% of wild forests are left on our planet More than 6,000,000 hectares of forests were globally cut down or burned this year We only have 76 years left till the end of rainforests if current trends continue Yes deforestation is real, and we must act fast!...

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Protect your Buds, Preserve your Crop

Have you ever experienced disappointment due to the dropping of the buds and flowers of your plants? If so, this article is your key to preserve your produce and avoid the falling of flowers. What are the reasons behind stunted plant growth and how to...

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Olives from Tree to Harvest – Part 1

Holy symbol of abundance, the olive tree had its origins 20–40 million years ago in the Oligocene (now corresponding to Italy and the eastern Mediterranean Basin) as found fossils indicate. This tree is now one of the most grown in our region, bringing forth the...

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Below the Shattered Surface

Shattered ground, gushing water, devastating wind, ravaging fires, and natural disasters have been a threat to humanity since the beginning of time. Every now and then, and despite the significant leap of advancement mankind has taken, we stand at the mercy of occurring natural disasters...

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Blotchy Ripening, Protect your Crops Now!

Blotchy ripening, spotted ripening or chocolate in the language of farmers is one of the problems that spread in tomato fields cultivated with some varieties that are susceptible to light, especially during the winter growing season and during short days, long nights and low temperatures...

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24 Karat Agricultural Gem – Pt2

Easy-to-grow tree, few agricultural requirements, fruits containing innumerable benefits for treating diabetes, persistent heartburn, and obesity… The carob tree, Ceratonia siliqua, originates from the Mediterranean region, and has become the basis for many natural medical treatments and food industrial processes. In this series of articles, we...

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Banana Production. Is the Investment Worthwhile?

Banana cultivation plays a prominent economic role in many countries of the world, as it occupies an important position in global trade. From here, the economy of some countries, such as South America, depends on this agriculture, leading to the nomination "Banana Republic"....

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Beware the Winter Fourties

Everyone awaits it and anticipates what it has in store Every year, it pours down different and fresh It means abundant yields and copious seasons It is also drought and earth drat its most desolate...

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After the Rain Come Molds

“Thank goodness, it will be raining in a few days!” we often hear whenever the weather forecast predicts hearty amounts of rain. While this sign of prosperity and life to come in the spring sure is a good indication for us to take out the...

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