It has been a few years but the results of this particular study have been realized again and again on other onion stands. A few years back we conducted a study to see if improvement in marketable yield could be achieved through the application of our humic acid and fertilizer combinations on test plots of “Georgia Boy” onions. The test were conducted on unequal size plots Southwest of Statesboro, GA.
What we found was not noticeable to us at first. Sure we enjoy onions and love those sweet Vidalia's and we had to learn what a marketable yield meant and how onion size plays a big part in that.View full article →
What England experienced in 2001 was unprecedented. The world has not seen anything like it since and the UK has still not fully recovered. The foot and mouth outbreak was devastating and presented authorities with multiple dilemmas. Not only did they have to stop the spread but had to deal with hundred of thousands of carcasses. One of the many burial sites was created in County Durham, England.
This was named the Tow Law burial site. Tow Law was unique in that it was closer to populations than many of the other sites. This was an intensely upsetting issue for local residents who were disturbed by unbelievable smells from the site. 500’L x 100’W x 40’D were the dimensions and it was filled with tens of thousands of sheep, cattle, and swine carcasses. The nearest house was 450 yards from the site and the nearest school was 770 yards. School outside activities had to be abandoned because of children vomiting from the stench.View full article →
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