Harmony’s Kayla Shook combines faith, motherhood, flowers and agriculture

Tathel Miller Farmer Rhodes Granddaughter If you go to look up Fields of Faith Flower Farm on Instagram and go to the profile page, you will read these words:Fresh cut flower farm. Keeping chickens. Flowers. Little boys. Living on a small piece of land and a lot of faith.” Located in Harmony, Fields of Faith … Read more

Pee Dee REC Field Day Learns About Cotton, Ground Covers, Pollinators & More | Local news

DENISE ATTAWAY Clemson University This year has been great for cotton, and a Clemson Extension cotton specialist says variety selection is the key to success. Speaking at the Clemson Pee Dee Research and Education (REC) Field Day in 2022, Clemson Cooperative Extension Service cotton specialist and agronomy professor Michael Jones said variety selection for producers … Read more

Wildlife recovery project leads to cold fusion honey business for beekeepers in Sunshine Coast

When Leisa and Tony Sams bought a farm and reconnected the forest land that had been divided for a century, they never imagined where it would lead them. Seven years later, they produce an award-winning range of pure raw honey infused with flavors such as organic ginger, turmeric, lemon myrtle, rose petals, chili, cinnamon, lavender, … Read more

25th Culpeper Harvest Days Farm Tour Begins Fall Season This Weekend | Agriculture

Celebrating a quarter of a century, the 25th Culpeper Harvest Days Farm Tour takes place in the glorious, autumnal outdoors in and around 16 farming-focused locations, this Saturday and Sunday, September 17-18. The free, self-guided tour by vehicle, on foot, and sometimes by animal is sponsored by the Culpeper County Dept. of Economic Development. It … Read more

The Surreal Abundance of Alaska’s Permafrost Farms

In 2010, Brad St. Pierre and his wife, Christine, moved from California to Fairbanks, Alaska, to work as farmers. “People thought we were crazy,” Brad said. “They said, ‘Can you grow things in Alaska?’ Their new home, not far from where Christine grew up, was as far north as Reykjavík, Iceland, and gets about two … Read more

J&K’s agricultural exports are causing international furore

Srinagar, August 19: Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory is fast becoming the export hub for agriculture and related goods and trade and export policies (2018-2028) along with numerous government schemes have boosted efficient manufacturing and marketing strategies, setting new benchmarks for J&K in the international market. Over the past three years, the Union Territory has … Read more

Jammu and Kashmir’s agricultural exports are making waves internationally

Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory is fast becoming the export hub for agriculture and related goods and trade and export policies (2018-2028) along with numerous government schemes have boosted efficient manufacturing and marketing strategies, setting new benchmarks for J&K in the international market. Over the past three years, the Union Territory has experienced record growth … Read more

Tassal recommends shareholders to accept $1.1 billion takeover bid from Canadian seafood giant Cooke

The last remaining major Australian-owned salmon producer appears to be going into foreign hands after Canadian aquaculture company Cooke increased its bid for Tassal. Most important points: Tassal chief executive Mark Ryan said the acquisition “will accelerate our goal of being one of the world’s most transparent and sustainable protein producers”. Tassal has advised shareholders … Read more

Beekeeping Could Be Game Changer For Parish Model

The goal of the Parish Development Model (PDM) is to deepen the decentralization process; improve family income; enable inclusive, sustainable, balanced and equitable socio-economic transformation; and increase accountability at the local level. This implies the eradication of poverty and vulnerability, as well as the total transformation of the subsistence households into the money economy. It … Read more