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Medicinal plants used during the US Civil War are surprisingly good at fighting bacteria

Leaves and bales of white oak were used during the US Civil War for the production of herbal antiseptics. [19659003] Image: Stephen Nowland, Emory University Conventional medicines were scarce during the Civil War, and the Confederation desperately turned to plant alternatives. Recent research suggests that some of these remedies can actually fight infections quite well – a finding that could …

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Deere blames Trump's trade war for lower revenues and plans to cut production in major plants by 20% economy

Deere & Co. is reducing production at some of North America's major plants as tensions in the trade and harsh weather affect farmers' incomes and reduce equipment demand. Deere from Moline cut the full-year earnings forecast on Friday. The agricultural machinery manufacturer posted a profit of $ 1.13 billion or $ 3.52 per share in the second quarter. This is …

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The meat-based hunger for plants is catching consumers up in the future: Impossible Foods CFO

The current hottest trend among investors and consumers is plant-based meat. The shares of Beyond Meat (BYND) have risen more than 240% since their public debut two weeks ago. And Earlier This week, Impossible Foods announced another round of $ 300 million in funding. Recent investors include JAY-Z, Trevor Noah, Alexis Ohanian, Katy Perry, Serena Williams and will.i.am. The company …

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Plants vs. Zombies Is Ten Years Old, So Here's A Look At Where It Began

Fine Art [Fine Art] (https://kotaku.com/c/fine-art ) is a celebration of the work of video game artists, showcasing the best of both their professional and personal portfolios. If you're in the business and would like to share, [get in touch!] (mailto: plunkett@kotaku.com) One of the main reasons I run Fine Art every night is fascinated by the earliest origins of the …

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Research highlights the genomic traits that make plants good candidates for domestication

<div data-thumb = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/tmb/2019/researchshed.jpg" data-src = "https: //3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn .net / newman / gfx / news / hires / 2019 / researchshed.jpg "data-sub-html =" Left: highly branched plants of Teosinte, a wild relative of maize Right: tiny pods on the vine of glycine Soy wild relatives of soybean Research into the influence of domestication on the genomes of corn and soybeans. …

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74% of US coal-fired power plants are threatened by renewables, but emissions continue to rise

Enlarge / Wind turbines spin as steam rises from the cooling towers of the Jäenschwalde coal-fired power plant. The International Energy Agency (IEA) released a report on Monday saying that by 2018, global energy-related CO 2 emissions had risen by 1.7 percent to 33 gigatons. This is the largest increase in emissions the world has recorded since 2013. The use …

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Carbon power plants emitted in 2018 more than ever before

A worker walks past a coal coking plant in Yuncheng, Shanxi Province, China, in January 2018 past coal mines. (William Hong / Reuters) Chris Mooney Reporter on Climate Change, Energy and Environment. Brady Dennis Reporter focusing on environmental policy and public health issues 25. March at 20:21 Global energy experts released bleak results on Monday, saying that not only are …

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NASA study on indoor plants for clean air

<! – -> Photo of a snake plant courtesy of Wikimedia Commons By Genevva Pattison M If the air quality in your home is preserved, it seems to be an easy task. However, living in built-up urban areas, using central heating and the ubiquitous dust, we are not always aware that it could be better, and sometimes we need some …

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