Lab-grown meat is not grown
in the presence of antibiotics, meaning that our bodies are less likely to build up antibiotic resistance as a result of meat consumption.
A comparative study of composition and postharvest performance of organically and conventionally grown
About 58 percent of coffee is consumed in Europe, the United States and Japan, although 25 percent is poured in the countries in which the beans are grown
, according to the International Coffee Organization.
Since 1948, when seeds were obtained by the Arnold Arboretum in Massachusetts, the dawn redwood has been introduced to temperate regions on other continents, where it is grown
as an ornamental and a street tree.
1 videogame company in a market that had grown
fourfold, to $18 billion.
from cloned stem cells would come from a person's own cells.
* Federal outlays for the Department of Agriculture, which includes the food stamp program as well as farm subsidies, have grown
from $68.0 billion in 2001 to an estimated $77.7 billion in 2004.
Though robusta production has grown
dramatically over the last 10 years, 75 percent of all beans grown
are still arabica.
He recommends rotating vegetables each year, a four-veg rotation being a good method, so the same vegetables are not grown
in the same soil over and over again, depleting it of vital nutrients.
A study published in the March 2002 issue of the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology finds that plants produce more pollen when grown
under high levels of C[O.sup.2], which is the main fuel for photosynthesis.
Tracey and LaDonna had both grown
up in the city, but had long dreamed of becoming farmers.
I think my children have grown
up here in India feeling the same way about the Sharmas, the Srivastavas, and the Aroras.