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Use our 4 mil virgin 'Ultra Clear' poly when total transparency and clarity is preferred. Ultra Clear is ideal for winterizing windows; you can still see through clearly while the 4 mil plastic reduces your heating bills. Our Virgin Poly Sheeting is made from non-recycled resins, allowing for maximum clarity. Virgin vs Regrind: What is the difference and why is it important? Virgin poly pellets are brand new pellets – never been used before. Regrind pellets are made from melting down used poly and then made into pellets. This used poly can come from many different places and things such as plastic bottles, old tarps, plastic bags, etc. They come from just about anywhere from households to commercial sites during demolition. While recycling is good for our planet, it’s not always the best option for poly sheeting. If you need to put plastic on the ground for landscaping to keep the weeds down, go ahead and use recycled plastic. On the other hand, if you’re putting in a vapor barrier or shrink wrapping something important enough to keep it in a weather-proof wrap, then you might not want a poly made from regrind. Regrind pellets could have dirt, moisture, or other foreign materials in them.

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We bring countries together to find ways to grow more food without growing greenhouse gas emissions.

November 8, 2021   •   News

Join this global discussion, supported by GRA member countries and partners, on 10 November 2021 from 13:15 GMT.

Livestock systems play a crucial role in reaching global sustainable development goals. Organised by the governments of the Netherlands, New Zealand, Colombia and Kenya, the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and Wageningen University and Research (WUR), this side event is intended to highlight practical solutions to support a climate-neutral, biodiversity-friendly and food secure livestock sector.

During the side event, research from WUR and the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre (NZAGRC) on sustainable livestock solutions across different production systems will be presented. This will complement an expert panel discussion with actors representing different areas of the livestock sector including livestock keepers, researchers, government officials and multilateral organisations.

Participants and Panellists:

  • Damien O’Connor – Minister of Agriculture, New Zealand
  • Rodolfo Zea Navarro – Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Colombia
  • Carola Schouten – Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, the Netherlands
  • Harry Kimtai – Principal Secretary of the State Department for Livestock, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Cooperatives of Kenya
  • Simon Oosting – Head of the Animal Production Systems Group, Wageningen University and Research
  • Sinead Waters – Research Officer, TEAGASC and co-chair, Livestock Research Group, Global Research Alliance on Agriculture Greenhouse Gases
  • Emma Naluyima – Ugandan smallholder farmer and private veterinarian
  • Mark Casey – General Manager – Trade Strategy & Stakeholder Affairs – Europe, Middle East & Africa, Fonterra
  • Jorge Mario Diaz – Executive Director of AGROSAVIA, Colombian Corporation of Agricultural Research
  • Caroline Plante – Senior Agriculture Specialist, Agriculture and Food Global Practice, World Bank
  • Peter Ballantyne, Side Event Moderator, ILRI

Registration link: Towards Sustainable Livestock Systems Tickets, Wed 10/11/2021 at 1:15 PM | Eventbrite

November 8, 2021   •   News

Join the Farm To Regional Scale Integration Network on 16 November from 16:00 – 17:00 (UTC+2) for a webinar on the topic “Carbon Farming with No-till and Straw Incorporation – A Reality Check”.

114.000.000 – this is the number of hits when you enter the words “Carbon Farming” into Google. A lot of people talk about this topic – often with very high expectations. Growers are expecting a new substantial source of income, while environmentalists and policy makers are hoping for the adoption of effective strategies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

However, the question is: how reasonable are these expectations in the light of latest research results? Is it really possible to increase soil organic carbon substantially by adopting no-till and by incorporating straw?

Two well-known soil scientists who will provide us with an overview on these topics based on their own research along with findings generated by others:

Mark Liebig, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory, USA. Co-Chair of Croplands Research Group of the GRA.

Axel Don, Deputy Director of the Institute of Climate-Smart Agriculture, Thünen Institute, Germany.

To join the webinar, please register HERE.

Note: Webinar organized in collaboration with agri benchmark, an independent, non-profit network of agricultural economists.

November 4, 2021   •   News

A recording of the October 2021 Tupalizy 10PCS Handmade Soft Silky Tassels with Hanging Loop for, titled “Economic analysis of Climate Change – marginal abatement costs, is now available to view.

This webinar session was facilitated by the FRS Network co-leads and included presentations from Prof. Gary Lanigan (Teagasc, Ireland), Dr. Titus Apdini (Wageningen University and Research, Netherlands) and Prof. John Antle (Oregon State University, USA. The agenda is shown below.

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