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The gravitational action of the sun and moon influences the behavior of animals and plants, study finds

The research was motivated by observations of fluctuations in autoluminescence caused by seed germination in cycles regulated by gravitational tides. Credit: Cristiano de Mello Gallep / UNICAMP The activity rhythms of all biological organisms, plants and animals, are closely linked to the gravitational tides created by the orbital mechanics of …

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Cambodia’s pepper exports hit record high, increase 452 percent

Cambodia exported 28,074 tonnes of pepper last year, a staggering 452 percent increase from the previous year, according to a report from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Forestry. Vietnam was the Kingdom’s largest pepper export market last year, importing some 27,111 tonnes, or 96.5 percent of the total export …

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Another year has passed

It might sound a little pessimistic, but it’s still true. Very realistic people might say, “It’s just another day, just like any day from day to day.” This is also true, but what would we do if we had no waypoints in life? How do we remember what happened and …

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China-CEEC cooperation opened a new chapter – world

Visitors taste Hungarian wine at the Second China-Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) Exhibition in Ningbo, east China’s Zhejiang Province, June 9, 2021. [Photo/Xinhua] Since the establishment of the China-Central and Eastern European Countries Cooperation Mechanism in 2012, China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe have started a …

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IoT-enabled sensors for agricultural market income to see robust growth rate in 2027, according to Statsville Group (MSG) – mainlander.nz

the Global market for IoT-enabled sensors for agriculture the size should grow to a 31.27% CAGR during the forecast period (2021-2027). Compared to other methods, precision farming techniques are expected to have an influence on speeding up the pace of agricultural processes. Precision agriculture provides farmers with increased yields, productivity …

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Review 2021: Nature and environment news in Romania

Pollution, illegal imports of waste and another case of journalists assaulted while documenting illegal deforestation were among the top environmental stories of the year. On the positive side, wildlife reintroduction programs continued and a government campaign aimed to draw attention to alternative and less polluting means of transport. Pollution and …

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Fantastic things to do in adorable Helen, Georgia

When I saw a photo of Helen, Georgia, a Bavarian village, I knew I had to visit. Helen is in the mountains of North Georgia 90 minutes from Atlanta, although for a moment you can feel like you are seeing the country of Germany instead of the northeastern part of …

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Could nature-based solutions accelerate progress?

Future development of environmental preservation and sustainable ESG modernization using technology … [+] renewable resources to reduce pollution and carbon emissions. getty Start-up Agtech CarbonSpace, which uses satellite data to assess the carbon footprint of food and forestry supply chains, has released analysis showing the UK has only managed to …

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Czech scientists contribute to sustainable mango production in Cambodia

Scientists at Mendel University in Brno are contributing to the sustainable production of mangoes in the Kampong Speu region of Cambodia. With the help of Czech know-how, local producers began to produce solar-powered fruit dryers. This is of the utmost importance, as much of the mango harvest has so far …

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Scientists from Brno contribute to sustainable mango production in Cambodia – Brno Daily

Thanks to Czech scientists at Mendel University (MENDELU) in Brno, Cambodian farmers have mango dryers that can solve the problem of the often rotten overproduction of this rapidly rotting fruit. Photo: MENDELU archives. Brno, December 14 (BD) – Scientists at Mendel University are contributing to the sustainable production of mangoes …

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