Scientists discover how to manipulate plants’ response to light for food growth

What if you could turn a plant’s genes on and off based on changes in light and temperature? This is exactly what a group of UC Riverside scientists did in a recent study that could have significant implications for farmers in a time of rapid and unpredictable climate change (reported …

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Ivey launches the first Made in Alabama showcase

By Anneliese Taggart, WVUA Digital Journalist This week, Governor Kay Ivey kicks off her first Made in Alabama showcase, showcasing products made in Alabama in America during Manufacturing Month. The Governor selected 12 top-rated companies for their work in producing exceptional products for the state and invited them to display …

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Kudos to news anchor Eric Scott on 30 years at NJ 101.5

Eric Scott has been in the anchor chair for 30 years. He celebrates his New Jersey 101.5 birthday on Thursday, October 7. It’s an impressive accomplishment on this fast-paced cancellation culture day. It’s more impressive when you think about how different companies have come over the decades to buy, own …

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Hyundai Mobis invests $ 1.1 billion for 2 new hydrogen fuel cell system plants in Korea

Posted: October 7, 2021 at 4:11 am CDT|Update: 28 minutes ago Incheon, just west of Seoul and the Ulsan plants will start production in the second half of 2023 with an annual capacity of 100,000 hydrogen fuel cell systems World’s Largest Fuel Cell Production Capacity Will Help Hyundai Mobis Diversify …

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What were the high priests of law and order trying to convey with white markings on the asphalt?

Centuries from now, when archaeologists discover the legendary “Ancient Walled (Sound) City of the Central Valley” believed to be six miles north of the “Water Tower of the Gods of Ripon”, they will encounter peculiar marks on the ground. . The markings using white paint were on an asphalt-like substance …

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Biostimulant Market: Meticulous Research® Uncover Reasons for Market Growth at 12.4% CAGR to $ 5.9 Billion by 2028

“The biostimulant market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.4% from 2021 to reach $ 5.9 billion by 2028, while in terms of volume the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12, 9% from 2021 to reach 864,094.7 “ Biostimulants market by active ingredients (acid-based, …

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What to buy – SheKnows

Nothing turns us on more than unwrapping a whole new diary and a new set of unused pens. Lucky for us, Rifle Paper Co. has teamed up with planning brand, Mead Cambridge, for a dream office accessory collaboration, exclusive to Target. Featuring over 30 (!) New items such as planners, …

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Hormel takes another step forward in plant-based meat substitutes

Hormel, a world leader in meat production, is taking its biggest step to date in the growing meat substitute market in partnership with a California company. Austin’s Hormel Foods Co. and Sacramento-based Better Meat Co. announced the joint venture on Wednesday. The California food start-up has developed a meat alternative …

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Freezing temperatures due to expected snowfall

County Road shows signs of falling Wednesday morning as the weather begins to change. Rain is forecast for Thursday and Friday with a risk of snow early next week.Photo by Kurt Hildebrand. With zero precipitation in October 2020, one of the main concerns for weather watchers in fall 2020 was …

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360 USA Introduces Reflective Safety Harness with ANSI / IESA 107-2020 Type O Class 1 Compliance | New

GARDEN GROVE, California, October 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – 360 United States®, south Californiasupplier of high visibility clothing for work and leisure, today announces its new reflective safety harness that conforms to ANSI / ISEA 2020 Type 0 Class 1. Featured at NSC Safety Congress & Expo 2021, this …

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