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  • Agriculture (a term which encompasses farming) is the process of producing food, feed, fiber, fuel, and other goods by the systematic raising of plants and animals. Because of agriculture, cities as well as trade relations between different regions and groups of people. — “Agriculture - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • State Agriculture Departments. State agriculture departments are concerned with promoting their state's agricultural products, encouraging production, and ensuring consumer, livestock and plant safety. Some state agriculture websites have online resource directories, lists of licensed. — “State Agriculture Departments: State and Local Government on”,
  • Business directory for the agriculture industry, that lists agribusinesses, agricultural companies and service providers. — “Agriculture Industry | Agricultural Companies | ”,
  • Agriculture refers to the production of agricultural goods through the growing of plants and the raising of domesticated animals. Agriculture encompasses a wide variety of specialties. Cultivation of crops on arable land and the pastoral herding. — “Agriculture”, schools-
  • Taking The Search Out Of Searching For Agricultural Information On The World Wide Web. — “Agriculture 4 U”, agriculture4
  • Agriculture is the production, processing, marketing, and use of foods, fibers and byproducts from plant crops and animals.[1] Agriculture was the key development that led to the rise of human civilization, with the husbandry of Agriculture is also observed in certain species of ant and termite.[2]. — “Agriculture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • agriculture n. The science, art, and business of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock; farming. — “agriculture: Definition from ”,
  • The Purdue University College of Agriculture serves Indiana and the nation through teaching, Extension, research and International Programs. Departments in the college include Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Agricultural Economics,. — “Purdue Agriculture”, agriculture.purdue.edu
  • University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service - Links found on the Arkansas Agriculture web site. — “Links - Arkansas Agriculture”,
  • Enhancing the quality of life for the American people by supporting production of agriculture. — “United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)”, usda.gov
  • Definition of agriculture in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of agriculture. Pronunciation of agriculture. Translations of agriculture. agriculture synonyms, agriculture antonyms. Information about agriculture in the free online English. — “agriculture - definition of agriculture by the Free Online”,
  • Agriculture definition, the science, art, or occupation concerned with cultivating land, raising crops, and feeding, breeding, and raising livestock; farming. See more. — “Agriculture | Define Agriculture at ”,
  • This is the Official Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship web page Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey is a fourth-generation Iowa farmer that grows corn and soybeans on his farm near Spirit Lake. — “Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship”, agriculture.state.ia.us
  • Agriculture. Organic foliar fertilizer ups crop yields. November 19, 2010. AN ORGANIC foliar fertilizer made from second-generation fermentation of wheat, soya, molasses and fish using Japanese technology can help increase crop yields by increasing the plant's capacity to absorb nutrients. — “Agriculture | The Manila Bulletin Newspaper Online”, .ph
  • News and interactive features for farmers and other agriculturalists. Agriculture & Farm Loans. blog is a USDA & FSA informational report on Agriculture. — “@griculture Online”,
  • Agriculture refers to the production of agricultural goods through the growing of plants and the raising of domesticated animals. The study of agriculture is known as agricultural science. The related practice of gardening is studied in horticulture. — “Agriculture - Wikinfo”,
  • Maker of farming equipment including farm tractors, aerators, backhoes, and combines. — “John Deere: Farm Machinery”,
  • Global initiative to enhance sustainable agricultural development and food security by the use of information, communication, and associated technologies. Provides information on resources, articles, forums and news. [English, French and Spanish]. — “e-Agriculture”, e-
  • Oversees legislation involving farms and farming, forestry, nutrition, rural development, rural electrification and watersheds, and school nutrition programs. Members, history, glossary, facts, news, hearing schedule and transcripts. — “U.S House Committee on Agriculture”, agriculture.house.gov
  • Offers information about agricultural programs, food safety, job opportunities, and contact information. Arizona Department of Agriculture consists of three divisions:. — “Arizona Department of Agriculture”, azda.gov
  • Agricultural Types One of the biggest threats to global biodiversity is the intensification and expansion of modern agriculture to provide for the needs of an ever growing and shifting human population (Hole et al., 2005, Green et al., 2005). — “types of agriculture? There are many types of agriculture”,
  • Get information, facts, and pictures about agriculture at . Make research projects and school reports about agriculture easy with credible articles from our FREE, online encyclopedia and dictionary. — “agriculture Facts, information, pictures | ”,

Videos

  • Innovative Farming Produces More Fruit and Money for Mali's Farmers Mali's government is lending a hand to the more than 70 percent of its people who depend on agriculture for a living. An agriculture project is helping diversify and improve crops, as a means of improving farmers lives. For more information, please visit: World Bank in Africa World Bank in Mali To learn more about the food crisis, visit
  • Community Supported Agriculture. An introduction to Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) with a focus on sustainability and fresh, local food.
  • Biodiversity Agriculture
  • Agriculture Day in Dearborn Co., Indiana Telling the agriculture story is a constant activity for farmers. One of the many way farmers tell their story is through children during an agriculture day event. Indiana Farm Bureau's Mike Anthony has more from Dearborn County, Indiana.
  • HAZARA UNIVERSITY HARIPUR CAMPUS AGRICULTURE SCIENCE 1st and 2nd Batch STUDENT STUDY TOUR HAZARA UNIVERSITY HARIPUR CAMPUS AGRICULTURE SCIENCE 1st and 2nd Batch STUDENT STUDY TOUR EDITED BY :M.ALAM SHAH
  • California Agriculture Argriculture in California - from grapes to raisins
  • Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture: Vegetables (Sample) Rooy Media LLC has created over fifty programs that educate people about important social issues. This video clip is a sample from Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture: Vegetables, one program in a six-part series that profiles the impressive strides many farmers have made in lowering the use of chemicals and creating healthier food, a safer environment, and greater profits. Produced in association with Rodale Institute. For more information, visit
  • Havana Homegrown: Inside Cuba's Urban Agriculture Revolution This video from the nonprofit group KGI ( ) looks at the urban agriculture revolution in Havana, Cuba and its origins. Cuba is not only an island nation in terms of its geography, but also its economy and politics as a result of the US embargo and the fall of the Soviet Union, Cuba's largest source of trade and aid until the Berlin Wall fell in 1991. Cut off from the world's pipeline of food, oil, chemical pesticides and fertilizers, Cuba embarked upon an ambitious program to grow as much of its own organic food as possible in the 1990s during what was known as the "special period." This short video produced by the nonprofit group Kitchen Gardeners International (KGI) peeks into Havana's urban farms and gardens to see what lessons they have to offer other cities working to move toward sustainable food security. For more information on other homegrown solutions around the world, please see KGI's website here
  • Urban Agriculture Blooms Discovery-: Produce is being grown in the most unlikely place. Discovery News' Matt Danzico takes a tour through New York City's sustainable agriculture barge. Check out more science news at www.discovery-
  • Agriculture Will Reap Big Profits - Jim Rogers CNBC 10.07.09
  • Sustainable Agriculture Forum Part 1: Keynote Speakers Pamela Ronald and Raoul Adamchak of UC Davis and authors of Tomorrow's Table kicked off the forum with a presentation about global agriculture trends and challenges, including the possible roles of organic agriculture and genetic engineering for feeding a growing global population. For more information visit the Cropland Policy page: Text Transcript:
  • EGNOS in Agriculture EGNOS in Agriculture - High Precision, Low Cost
  • North Dakota's agriculture commissioner backs hemp From CNN -Fast-growing hemp used for food, paper, textiles and car parts -Hemp and marijuana have tetrahydrocannabinol, but the level in hemp is lower -North Dakota is one of seven states that have OK'd production or research -The DEA will not approve permits for two farmers in that state State official backs hemp North Dakota's agriculture commissioner believes the US should get into the business of producing hemp products. Market ready for hemp? The president of Hemp Oil Canada explains why there is a worldwide market for hemp products. What Is It Good For? Hemp's handiness can be traced back hundreds of years. Here are a few examples of its myriad applications: • Paper -- The plant's long, strong fibers make it an alternative to timber for paper. The Declaration of Independence and first Gutenberg Bibles were drafted on hemp. • Construction -- Hemp's woody core makes a good source of boards for construction materials. • Auto parts -- The plant's fiber can be crafted into a composite that is used for interior automobile parts typically made of fiberglass or other materials. • Textiles -- For centuries, hemp fibers have been used for fabrics, both fine and coarse. • Body and health care products -- Oil from the seeds is used in lotions, balms and cosmetics. • Food -- The seeds and oil are high in protein and essential fatty acids and are used in a variety of edibles. • Ethanol -- Though the technology is embryonic at best, hemp's high cellulose content makes it a good ...
  • Agriculture: Downsizing The Federal Government Agriculture is easily the most distorted sector, with high tariffs and, in developed countries at least, large amounts of government subsidies through price supports and direct payments. On the other hand, developing countries, who have a comparative advantage in these products, cannot afford to subsidize their agriculture sector and face prohibitive tariffs for their products abroad. The powerful agriculture lobby groups, particularly in the large developed countries, make reform politically difficult. Chris Edwards, Sallie James and Dan Ikenson discuss the inequities of American farm policies. This video was produced by Caleb Brown ( ) and Austin Bragg ( ).
  • Agriculture Training Agriculture team teaches local villagers how to produce nutritious crops
  • Planet Agriculture Sheep & Goats Video Texas leads the nation in sheep & goat production with approximately 1 million sheep and 1.3 million goats produced annually.
  • Hazardous Child Labour in Agriculture Across the world 218 million children, as young as five and six, are engaged in child labour. Seventy per cent, over 150 million work in agriculture. While the good news is that child labour has declined by eleven per cent in the last four years, much more needs to be done in agriculture. The ILO and its social partners from member governments, and employers and workers organizations have committed themselves to eliminating the worst forms of child labour by 2016, including hazardous child labour in agriculture. This video is available for download in Broadcast Quality at
  • Food Network: Community Supported Agriculture Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) offers a holistic approach to the production of sustainable food grown in urban areas. In this story, we learn of one urban farmer who successfully uses the CSA model to produce long-term sustainable crops that are fresh, cost efficient to produce, environmentally friendly, and that offers local members a stake in the harvest crops. Recipes from the episode: Oven Roasted Tomatoes & Herbs; Spanish Eggplant Salad; and Caponata Pasta
  • Agriculture Outsourcing: South America/Latin America farmland investing Dave Ramaswamy, Partner - allied Venture gives an overview of why Agriculture in South America has excellent fundamentals and is well-positioned to feed the burgeoning population in India and the world. Contract farming - can grow soya, wheat,sunflower, peanut, beans and pulses, sugarcane, jatropha and take output to india in raw or processed forms Food processing - setup/acquire oilseed crushing, fruit/vegetable processing facilities Think Agricultural Outsourcing - just like India in software, China in hardware - South America in agriculture Contact: Marcos or Dave at [email protected] Latin America farmland investment highlights: Prices have fallen due to the global crisis; good entry point in 2009 for long-term investors. Farmland Prices are even lower than those in punjab and tamilnadu Productivity in Argentina/Brazil/Uruguay is three times compared to that in India, in the case of some crops like soy. No unskilled labour problem since everything is mechanised and outsourced; 1000 hectare farm can be managed by 3 to 4 subcontracted workmen. Use of latest agricultural machines and equipment; skilled agronomists and farm managers available. No water problem.. South America has 20% of world freshwater reserves. Logistics, warehouse and transportation world class Clear land titles; low population density means no land squatters. No limits on size of foreign land holdings. Context: India has been importing more than billion dollar worth soy oil ...
  • Women in Agriculture - America's Heartland Women in agriculture play as many different roles as their male counterparts. For more of Episode 319 visit: The Monsanto Company - and the American Farm Bureau Federation - http make presentation of America's Heartland possible.
  • Organic Foods: Backyard Agriculture For more Stories, Food News, and Cooking Fresh videos, visit: A simple idea led two women into a thriving new farming enterprise. Build backyard mini-farms for homeowners who want to start growing their own fresh herbs and vegetables lasting throughout most of the year. Recipes from this episode Kale Philo Bake and Crookneck Squash and Tomato Slices. Links to these recipes are below. For more stories: For the Kale Philo Bake recipe For Crookneck Squash and Tomato Slices recipe:
  • Fred Kirschenmann: The Future of Agriculture— Part 2 For more sustainable living videos, stories and information, visit Fred Kirschenmann, a long-time leader in the sustainable agriculture movement, Distinguished Fellow at the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, and a third-generation farmer (an organic farmer himself), completes his thoughtful reflections upon the future of agriculture from his talk at the Organicology conference in Portland, Oregon.
  • Fred Kirschenmann: The Future of Agriculture-Part 1 Visit us on the web for more video stories, and information: Cooking Up a Story (). Fred Kirschenmann steadfastly warns us, conventional agriculture, and its heavy dependence upon fossil fuels, and irrigated water, simply will not continue to offer a viable means for feeding the world. We have been drawing upon natures reserves of stored energy (hydrocarbons) and water resources at unsustainable rates, and those finite resources are diminishing rapidly; technology alone, will not provide substitute solutions. The argument that conventional agriculture (modern industrial farming) is necessary in order to meet the needs of a growing global population, simply ignores the realities of the elephants in the room. Sustainability, with an emphasis upon the concept of resiliency, and a renewed respect for maintaining the fertility (quality) of the soil, is to Kirschenmann now, the foundation of a new food system toward creating a food revolution.
  • USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack's message for the It Gets Better Project Agriculture Secretary and former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack says bullying is not okay and reminds LGBT kids who have been mistreated that it gets better.
  • Sustainable Agriculture: Curing America's Eating Disorder The alternative to the longstanding American food policy of "cheap and lots" is to eat locally, eat seasonally and eat organic. Filmmaker Bonnie Bucqueroux and her dog Schmoopsie look at the sustainable agriculture movement, including a visit to Michigan State University's Student Organic Farm, where Dr. John Biernbaum discusses the options people have to grow their own food or to buy from local growers.
  • Organic Sustainable Agriculture on Glover Vermont Farm Peruse our beautiful small organic sustainable agriculture on our Glover Vermont farm. We organically grow garden vegetables, raise free range chickens, pigs, sheep and other livestock. Gravity fed pure springwater is this Vermont farms greatest asset. The classic bucolic landscape displays an abundance of wild flowers and fauna in summer yielding many wild edibles too. Wild blueberries, raspberries and strawberries, wild apples and mints abound. Medicinal herbs and plants include burdick root, chickory, St. Johnswort, plantain, yarrow, valerian... Location: 181 Shadow Lake Road, Glover VT 05839.
  • Genetic Engineering in California Agriculture Take a look at the science behind genetic engineering and see how it is used in food crops and animals. Learn where and why this technology is used and look at the science-based concerns about the use of genetic engineering in agricultural production systems. Series: "University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources" [10/2004] [Public Affairs] [Science] [Show ID: 9057]
  • Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture: Rotational Grazing Rooy Media LLC has created over fifty programs that educate people about important social issues. This video clip is a sample from Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture: Rotational Grazing, one program in a six-part series that profiles the impressive strides many farmers have made in lowering the use of chemicals and creating healthier food, a safer environment, and greater profits. Produced in association with Rodale Institute. For more information, visit
  • Duct Tape in Agriculture "Duct Tape In Agriculture - Baxter finds new ways for duct tape on the farm!" 2008©
  • Urban Agriculture in Atlanta A video survey of urban agriculture and community gardening in Atlanta. This story was featured on "This is Atlanta with Alicia Steele," a Telly Award-winning and Emmy-nominated magazine show on PBA, Atlanta's PBS Station. View more from "This is Atlanta" at
  • Biospharms - Sustainable Agriculture Mini Farming A Biospharm is a sustainable agriculture mini farm capable of sustaining a family through solar power, rain water cisterns, complimentary animal ecosystems, small herds, fruit trees, and vegetable gardening. The name is a combination of biosphere and farm. The "ph" was kept, because this is not the kind of large scale farming that most people think of. It's small scale agriculture for personal consumption, not for comercial purposes. Biospharm communities are under construction right now, and more videos will be coming soon. We've designed the entire community concept to be affordable for literally just about anyone. Subscribe to this chanel to keep up to date on the latest developments. We'll be explaining the concepts and appropriate technologies in detail shortly. PM us if you think you may be a pharmer at heart, or if you have questions about any of the material we cover. We'd love to hear from you.
  • Crawfish Agriculture in the South Crawfish Agriculture in the South -Southern Regional Aquaculture Center - Product 319 - Details of the crawfish farming methods presently used in Louisiana and Southern Texas are shown. Also presents information from stocking through harvest.The work reported in this publication was supported in part by the Southern Regional Aquaculture Center through Grant No. 2006 38500 16977 from the US Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES)
  • Jamaica Ganja Tours Traveling through the hills of Jamaica visiting some of the nicest marijuana gardens and plantations the country has to offer. Join us on one of our many tours through the hills to get in touch with the Jamaican people, the farmers, local foods and fruits, and of course the amazing pot. Email [email protected] the next time you are visiting this wonderful island!
  • Black Gold Agriculture Charcoal is making a comeback — but not where you might think. Instead of putting charcoal into the grill, some scientists are advocating putting it into the ground.
  • Metropolitan Agriculture Short impression of the new approach on sustainable agriculture in metropolitan regions.
  • Antigua Agriculture Doing high level agriculture projects in the Caribbean.
  • Sustainable urban agriculture hydroponic vegetable greenhouse.dv This video shows the Urban Food Farm from It's a complete greenhouse kit system with hydroponics, irrigation, soil-less growing and a very efficient space layout to grow organic vegetables and herbs year round. The greenhouse floor plant is 8x12. Normally the greenhouse walls are clear polycarbonate but since it's been raining they are covered in condensation. We tried to show the inside of the greenhouse design and closeup of all the vegetable plants. Compare to the other videos taken 2 weeks and 3 weeks prior, the vegetable and herb plants grow fast. This video is from 12 it's hard to believe it's December, the plants are growing as if it was March. This video shows a close look of the tomato plants, all the herb plants like chives, basil, cilantro, mint and a few others, there are also cucumber, zucchini, squash, lettuce, micro greens and strawberry plants. Some of the plants we planted from seed on week 2 of the project and others like the older tomato and cucumber plants were brought from an older version of this vegetable hydrofarm. All of the vegetables grown are organic from hybrid seed. The greenhouse layout plan in this 8x12 hobby greenhouse offers 144 foot of hydroponic soil-less growing all done in coco coir.The combination of the greenhouse plan, the coco and the clear plastic walls allows this hydrofarm to grow as much as 6x more than the same space planted in the ground. The amount of work is also considerably less thanks to automated ...
  • Animal Agriculture - The Facts crisis2 ANIMAL AGRICULTURE: THE FACTS VOICE: In 2006, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) had estimated that raising animals for meat and dairy was responsible for 18% of global warming; more than all the worlds transportation put together. However, it is becoming increasingly clear to scientists that the livestock industry is playing a more significant role. Dr. Rajendra Pachauri Chair of United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, VEGETARIAN (M): Ive received a number of emails from people that I respect saying that the 18% figure is an underestimate; its a low estimate and in actual fact its much higher. Dr. T. Colin Campbell Renowned nutrition researcher, Cornell University, USA, VEGAN (M): I just had some information just recently, that the new figures now indicate that at least half of the greenhouse gases that are up there now, not that 15 or 20%, at least half and maybe considerably more are due to livestock production. VOICE: Greenhouse gasses are emitted during virtually every step of the meat producing process, including the three major greenhouse gasses: carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, & methane. However, what is unaccounted for is the fact that instead of the 23 times figure used in most reports, including that of the United Nations, methane is actually 72-100 times more potent than CO2 over a 20-year period. Professor Barry Brook University of Adelaide, Australia Director of the ...
  • Leafcutter Ants - the First Agriculture The amazing story of the Leafcutter Ants - a species of insect that has been employing the technologies of agriculture and antibiotics for approximately 50 million years. Long before man had even figured out how to bang a rock.
  • Community Supported Agriculture: What to expect when you join a farm Becoming a member of a community supported farm can be a challenge as well as a joy. Gary Brever of Ploughshare Farm, Kate Stout of North Creek Community Farm, and Margaret Marshall of Featherstone Farm explain the risks and rewards of membership and give some tips for picking a farm that's right for you.
  • The Seven Myths of Agriculture This video covers the seven deadly myths of industrial agriculture as described in the book, "A Fatal Harvest. The Tragedy of Industrial Agriculture".
  • Green Careers: Sustainable Agriculture (clip) Sustainable agriculture strives to produce food in a way that maintains the health of the land, protects the people who work it, and benefits those who enjoy its abundance. This program provides an inside look at an organic farm and an organic retail store and discusses the day-to-day challenges and rewards of working in this field. Organic farming includes a wide range of jobs in production, marketing and distribution. Organic farming is a very competitive business, but for people with an interest in growing food, plus muscle power and brains, it can be a rewarding career. Many people in this industry grew up on farms, but there are also opportunities to start at an entry level and learn the business. It is by definition local, so there are opportunities anywhere, in both rural and urban settings. 22 minutes, color. Jobs profiled in this program include: Farm Manager, Retail Sales Manager, Organic Produce Buyer. Grade Levels: 7 to Adult direct link to purchase the DVD: