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Amber Waves : Seed Industry Consolidation…Impact on Research: Issue February 2004

By Usda- Economic Research Service

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Reproduction Date: 2004

Title: Amber Waves : Seed Industry Consolidation…Impact on Research: Issue February 2004  
Author: Usda- Economic Research Service
Volume: 4-Feb
Language: English
Subject: Agriculture, Rural Systems, Economics
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Amber Waves Journal Collection
Historic
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Publisher: Us Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service

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Research Service, U. E. (n.d.). Amber Waves : Seed Industry Consolidation…Impact on Research. Retrieved from http://worldjournal.org/


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Description: Feature articles in the February 2004 issue include: Have Seed Industry Changes Affected Research Effort?; Anatomy of Nonmetro High Poverty Areas: Common in Plight, Distinctive in Nature; The Elephant is Jogging: New Pressures for Agricultural Reform in India; The U.S. Ag Trade Balance. Other articles cover such topics as...U.S. sheep industry; Russia's impact on global livestock market; floriculture; jury awards for foodborne illness lawsuits; food insecurity and hunger; milk consumption by generation; farm household well-being; nitrogen and potash fertilizer imports; application of science and technology to developing countries; employment and population in rural America; rural public transportation; effects of trade with China on rural America; economics of the food and fiber system. Also includes selected statistics on agriculture and trade, diet and health, natural resources, and rural America.

Summary
Summary: Amber Waves: The Economics of Food, Farming, Natural Resources and Rural America

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Up Front An Integrated Global Marketplace Feature Articles Progress and Partnerships in a Dynamic Rural America Have Seed Industry Changes Affected Research Effort? Anatomy of Nonmetro High Poverty Areas: Common in Plight, Distinctive in Nature The Elephant is Jogging: New Pressures for Agricultural Reform in India The U.S. Trade Balance. . . More Than Just A Number Findings Markets and Trade Volume Production Keeps Floriculture Prices Low Marketing Could Boost the U.S. Sheep Industry Russia Changes Global Market for Livestock Products Diet and Health Got Milk? Implications of Generational and Aging Effects Juries Award Higher Amounts for Severe Foodborne Illnesses How Many U.S. Households Face Hunger... and How Often? Resources and Environment Assessing Farm Household Well-Being—Beyond Farmers and Farm Income Science and Technology Hold Promise for Developing Countries in the 21st Century U.S. Increasingly Imports Nitrogen and Potash Fertilizer Rural America Booming China Trade Presents New Challenges for Rural America Rural America at a Glance Rural Governments Face Public TransportationChallenges and Opportunities Gleanings Current Activities Invasive Species Research Program: Request for Proposals Allocating Resources to Manage Invasive Species and Pests Collaboration With the Food and Agriculture Organization How Are Changing Preferences Affecting World Food Markets? Ag Policy Information Reaches a Wider Audience Recent Meetings Annual Meetings of Social Scientists Population Change in Rural America New State-Level Estimates From ARMS Food Consumption Data Under Review Improving Efficiency of Farmland Preservation Programs New Releases Education in Rural Areas More Information on Production Practices Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators Database and Mapping Tool Data Feature Indicators Calculating the Food Marketing Bill Agricultural Land in India Profiles Geographic Information System Analysis Team

 
 


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