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  • Sep 1, 2011

    Social media offers insights on organic farming

    Social media can sometimes provide a colossal opportunity to fritter away time that could better be used to accomplish a bit of work. It can suck you into a swirling vortex of mindless chatter, rumor-mongering and political back and forth that solves nothing, enlightens no one and produces no intellectual illumination....More
  • Aug 17, 2011

    Summertime, swimming holes, watermelons and chigger bites

    Summer has always been my favorite time—the 2011 version notwithstanding. Summer offered three months of near unfettered freedom to roam the woods, fish and swim in the creek, play baseball most every day and read books that we checked out from the book-mobile that made weekly stops at a nearby store....More
  • May 26, 2011

    Food Safety conference “Is good first step”

    The U.S. consumer enjoys what is widely believed to be the safest supply of fresh produce in the world but more precise means of detecting food-borne pathogens and increased emphasis on regulations are increasing pressure on growers, shippers, packers and others in the industry to decrease potential for contamination....More
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