The U.S. is a second-class participant in the $60-billion international bamboo industry as an importer and consumer but hasn’t yet entered the production side of growing and manufacturing. However, the sideline status of U.S. agriculture is rapidly changing: Bamboo is set to go big on U.S. farmland.
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By using a combination of two inexpensive additives to pesticides, a team of MIT researchers found they can drastically cut down on the amount of liquid that bounces off plants. Read more and view the videoRead More »