Craig Idso is a scholar in studies related to carbon dioxide, but also ocean acidification and agricultural effects of changes in climate.
Category Archives: Agriculture
Well that assumes warming will occur, but Dr. Dawson has a special insight.
These people expect me to believe that warming will reduce wheat production?
There is no substitute–none, for serious review of the data, and that’s what Sierra Rayne does, from Moose Jaw SA.
He has always been head and shoulders above the crowd because he does his research and knows his data analysis.
Organic farming as in farming controlled by chemophobes, is just plain stupid.
The Green Revolution is in full swing because of Genetic Modifications that improve plant strains to herbicide resistance, drought resistance so production can be maximized.
Gary Baise tells me that soil testing and new farming techniques have produced corn production on dryland in the MidWest to levels unheard of 3 decades ago.
Now the production on his land in Indiana and Illinois is close to 300 bushels an acre, and when I was a young man irrigated, heavily fertilized corn land wasn’t even capable of that level of production.
So Henry Miller, a GM expert, discusses the problem of the EPA FANATICS who hate progress and are against progress because they are misanthropes.
I am a farmer–or pretend I am, so I get ag news. Here’s a great story about storing important seed stock from around the world in a Norwegian vault in the side of a mountain. News from Texas Ag Extension programs at A and M.
How many reasons do we need to support the GM project for crops of all kinds.