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Aquaculture crop grown here headed to California clients - Business - The Daily News, Jacksonville

Aquaculture crop grown here headed to California clients - Business - The Daily News, Jacksonville | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it
Craven County prawn farmers Don and Kim Ipock stocked Carolina’s Freshwater Prawn Farm’s three ponds with juveniles last weekend to grow a fall harvest that has a committed buyer — a first in their seven-year aquaculture venture...
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Extension researchers in the College of Agriculture & Life Sciencees at North Carolina State University helped research & develop local freshwater prawn production for a North Carolina aquaculture facility. Read more | http://www.jdnews.com/news/business/aquaculture-crop-grown-here-headed-to-california-clients-1.145352

 

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NC Agriculture Exports Hit Record | WUNC-FM

NC Agriculture Exports Hit Record | WUNC-FM | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

The latest numbers from the US Department of Agriculture show more and more countries want NC products.


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N.C. agribusiness sprouting higher, study finds - Triangle Business Journal

N.C. agribusiness sprouting higher, study finds - Triangle Business Journal | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it
Agriculture and agribusiness contributed $77 billion, or 17 percent, to North Carolina’s...
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NC agribusiness sprouting higher, study finds: Economist, Dr. Mike Walden, ran the numbers to create a statistical snapshot of North Carolina agriculture & agribusiness, which contributed $ 77B, or 17%, to the state's $ 440B gross domestic product in 2011. You can find Dr. Walden's handy fact sheet here | http://www.ag-econ.ncsu.edu/faculty/walden/agribusiness-2013.pdf

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Chinese horticulture trade team visits Western N.C. :: NCDA&CS News Release

Chinese horticulture trade team visits Western N.C. :: NCDA&CS News Release | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

CALS plant breeder and horticulturist, Dr. Tom Ranney, was "invaluable" in helping the trade delegation select plants for suitable purchase.

 

photo: 'Venus' sweetshrub, developed by Dr. Raney. (c) Copyright Dr. Tom Ranney.

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