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December 2011

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Merry Christmas To Everyone!

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Saturday

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December 2011

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Lastest Hydro Farming auctions

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Saturday

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October 2011

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The Business of Agriculture – No Till Farming Makes a Lot of Sense Most of the Time

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The Business of Agriculture – No Till Farming Makes a Lot of Sense Most of the Time Water may be a necessity when it comes to agriculture. Just ask anyone who is along the Mekong River because it leaves China, the water doesn’t flow most of the year any more, never, no water. Why? Well, drought problems, and, China has place in heaps of hydro-electric dams on the upper river. It’s a major issue, not solely for people who live along the river to fish, and would like water to irrigate, but to drink also. Currently they have to dig wells, which is fine for a while. This just underscores the future of agriculture around the world. And just because we live in abundance within the US does not mean we tend to aren’t while not risk. After all, the Ogallala Aquifer is challenged due to the discharges for farming and city water to the purpose that eventually it might sometime run dry. In some areas it already has, as an example along the WY – Nebraska borders. ]]> What is the answer? Some believe that no-until farming is the answer or a minimum of one among the solutions. Using […]

Thursday

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September 2011

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Types Of Hydro Power

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Types Of Hydro Power Harnessing the power of water has been used for centuries for many useful purposes.  Initially it was used for irrigation and operating various machines, such as windmills and dock cranes. But these days it has a more important use: as a renewable source of electricity. So what is hydro power? Well, basically it is the generation of electricity by using the natural force of water. And how is hydro power generated ? It is generated in 3 different ways: hydroelectric power, tidal power, and wave power. Hydroelectric Power: This is the most common form of hydro-power, making up the majority of all renewable energy produced.  Electricity is produced in hydroelectric dams where the force of falling water drives massive turbines. The advantage of this type of power is that not only does it produce electricity, but the dam helps collect water for our use, so it’s a power and water source in one.  Furthermore, the force of the water is so strong that megawatts of electricity can be produced to help power entire cities. There is also a large amount of control over how fast the turbines spin. If more power is needed, the controller simply […]

Thursday

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September 2011

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Renewable Chile: Wind Farms Blowing In

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Renewable Chile: Wind Farms Blowing In The combination of pro-renewable energy legislation, economic stability and industrial demand are fuelling a vibrant wind power sector in Chile. The Latin American nation has limited indigenous energy resources, with the exception of hydropower. As a result, the country must import the bulk of its energy needs. Up until 2004 Chile met most of its demand for energy by importing natural gas through an agreement signed in 1995 with neighbouring Argentina for them to supply 22 million cubic meters a day. However, subsidised energy prices in Argentina boosted domestic demand there, which consequently saw exports to Chile fall drastically. Currently Argentina is only sending 10% of the agreed quantity of natural gas to its Andean neighbour. Faced with an energy crisis beginning to impact upon economic growth, Chile was forced to scour the globe for energy sources says Eugenio Chinchon, a Chilean business development manager specializing in renewable energy   “Chile provides most of the copper in the world.  As China has been booming and asking for a lot of minerals, the price of copper has gone up.  So they want to produce more but because there is a shortage of energy, they couldn’t produce.  […]

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