Category Archives: Agriculture

DP3 Architects, Ltd. Welcomes Merideth Hebert

[caption id="attachment_35504" align="alignleft" width="1900"] Merideth Hebert, DP3 Architects[/caption] DP3 Architects, Ltd. is pleased to announce the addition of Merideth Herbert to the firm. Meredith joins DP3 Architects with a Bachelor of Architecture from Louisiana State University. She is the newest member of DP3 Architects’ hospitality studio focused on projects nationwide. DP3 Architects, established in 1984…
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Agricultural Machinery Brand Alo Establishing Operations in Greenville County

Greenville, SC – July 8, 2019 -- Alo, one of the world’s leading suppliers in the agricultural machinery industry, today announced plans to establish operations in Greenville County, South Carolina. The $6 million investment is expected to create at least 44 new jobs over the next five years. “Following an extensive evaluation, Alo has selected…
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South Carolina regulators approve pesticides for hemp production

[caption id="attachment_34243" align="aligncenter" width="1600"] Katie Moore of Clemson Extension and Tim Drake of the Department of Pesticide Regulation review a list of pesticides the department has approved for use on industrial hemp crops in South Carolina.Image Credit: Clemson Public Service and Agriculture[/caption] CLEMSON — The South Carolina Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) has approved a list of…
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Clemson-based project aims to transform Southeastern feed grain industry

[caption id="attachment_27377" align="alignnone" width="1502"] Rick Boyles (left) and Zachary Brenton, both of whom completed their Ph.D. work at Clemson University, work with Stephen Kresovich (second from right), director of Clemson’s Advanced Plant Technology Program, in a corn field at the Pee Dee Research and Education Center in Florence. Image Credit: Clemson University[/caption] A concept born…
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Upstate workday, Devils Fork State Park

Native Plant Week Workday. Come out on Oct. 15th and lend a hand for Native Plants! The South Carolina Legislature has passed a resolution that was signed into law designating the third week of October as SC Native Plant Week. The State Parks endeavor to promote events for the week of October 14-20 that have…
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Global Drip Irrigation Systems Market Trends, Applications, Analysis, Growth, And Forecast To 2027

access sample report: https://marketresearch.biz/report/drip-irrigation-systems-market/request-sample/ Water crises is one of the primary challenges for the agriculture sector across the globe. Over the last few years, irrigation methods have witnessed various technological advancements, which are majorly driven by efforts to improve quality of crop and yield, and to save excessive use of water. Excess water in fields…
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Biosecurity measures protect farms, food and people

[caption id="attachment_16215" align="alignnone" width="1600"] State Veterinarian Boyd Parr leads visitors at the dairy field day through the operation of a truck wash, which ensures that the undercarriages of all vehicles are cleaned before they enter.Image Credit: Clemson University[/caption] NEWBERRY, South Carolina — Cleanliness, it’s said, is next to godliness. It also can save lives — untold…
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Good Faith Grown: New Program Supports Farmers and Local Foods

UPSTATE, SC: Vintage Falls Farm and Forage grows clean food, using sustainable practices with non-GMO seeds and no chemical pesticides. Yet, like many sustainable farms around the nation, they have chosen to forgo branding their products Certified Organic. Instead, owners Kimberly and Jason Kelly have opted for a new, innovative program designed to fill the gap…
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