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  1. Cute ball of fluff is actually caterpillar with sting so sore it hurts your bonesRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | Metro UK News

    This apparently cute ball of fluff is actually America's most venomous caterpillar - with a sting so painful it can make your bones ache. The puss caterpillar is currently making its bi-annual appearance in Florida, with experts warning locals to keep themselves, their kids and pets well away from it.


  2. Students helping to reverse decline of monarch butterfliesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Truro Daily News

    Eight-year-old Margo Welch knew she had no choice but to bid adieu to her newly hatched monarch butterflies. This past August, she and her classmates at Clark Rutherford Memorial School in Cornwallis raised and released 160 butterflies into the wild.


  3. DowDuPont (DWDP) Downgraded by StephensRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Political

    The firm currently has $63.00 price target on the stock. Several other research analysts also recently weighed in on DWDP.


  4. Maize cob from prehistoric village reveals record-setting virusRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Nature

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  5. Racist tirade against black woman puts spotlight on airlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    ... in Clark County, to be added to the endangered species list. (Zach Portman/University of Minnesota Department of Entomology) Clark County School District middle and high school students will be subject to random searches for weapons under a new ...


  6. The Renwick family of Renwick Ridgeview Acres in Wheatley, ON.Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2015 | Canada NewsWire

    Perceptions of farming are often outdated, inaccurate and cliched. In fact, 93 per cent of Canadians say they know little-to-nothing about farming.


  7. Mysterious disease demands responseRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Toledo Blade

    Even the memory of Dr. Jonas Salk and his vaccine, distributed in schools and church basements, often on Sundays, to throngs of American children in our cities and towns, is hazy for many of us. Now a new and not well understood poliolike disease is afflicting children in at least 20 states, including Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Florida, Iowa, Kentucky, and Georgia.


  8. Bugs For Supper, Darling? Swedish Food And Health App Introduces Insect RecipesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Forbes.com

    My Swedish neighbour says it's the best health and lifestyle app he's used. A competitive tennis player, a keen skier, he likes technology and apps: Lifesum is one of his favourites.


  9. Nat'l Cotton Council: Pink Bollworm No Longer Economic ThreatRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Agri Marketing

    NAT'L COTTON COUNCIL: PINK BOLLWORM NO LONGER ECONOMIC THREAT Oct. 22, 2018 Source: National Cotton Council news release The National Cotton Council welcomed USDA's announcement that "U.S. cotton is free-after more than 100 years-of the devastating pink bollworm." Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, who made the announcement today at a ceremony in Washington, DC, said the pink bollworm has cost U.S. producers tens of millions of dollars in yearly control costs and yield losses.


  10. USDA: Pink Bollworm Eradication Significantly Saving Cotton Farmers In Yearly Control CostsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Agri Marketing

    USDA: PINK BOLLWORM ERADICATION SIGNIFICANTLY SAVING COTTON FARMERS IN YEARLY CONTROL COSTS Oct. 22, 2018 Source: USDA news release U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced today that U.S. cotton is free - after more than 100 years - of the devastating pink bollworm. This pest has cost U.S. producers tens of millions of dollars in yearly control costs and yield losses.


  11. Rollins (ROL) Scheduled to Post Quarterly Earnings on WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Breeze

    Rollins will be issuing its quarterly earnings data before the market opens on Wednesday, October 24th. Analysts expect the company to announce earnings of $0.31 per share for the quarter.


  12. U Of Illinois Researchers: Invasive Forage Grass Leads To Grassland Bird DeclineRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Agri Marketing

    U OF ILLINOIS RESEARCHERS: INVASIVE FORAGE GRASS LEADS TO GRASSLAND BIRD DECLINE Oct. 22, 2018 Source: University of Illinois news release The prairies of North America once covered vast stretches of land, with towering grasses creating ideal nesting and forage habitat for grassland birds. But the deep, rich soil and treeless expanse also represented the ideal conditions for farming - both row crops and cattle grazing - in the eyes of settlers.


  13. You won't be taking home a pumpkin from this patchRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    October is a traditional time to go on the Great Pumpkin search, but if you find this hidden pumpkin patch it's not likely you will take one home. This unique pumpkin patch is actually a collection of geological oddities in the barren desert sands of Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area located along the eastern fringe of San Diego County.


  14. Natural Health Trends (NHTC) vs. Central Garden & Pet (CENTA) Head to Head ContrastRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Natural Health Trends and Central Garden & Pet are both small-cap consumer discretionary companies, but which is the superior business? We will compare the two businesses based on the strength of their dividends, institutional ownership, profitability, valuation, analyst recommendations, risk and earnings. This is a summary of recent recommendations and price targets for Natural Health Trends and Central Garden & Pet, as provided by MarketBeat.com.


  15. China reaping harvest of agricultural R&DRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    Delivering a report on the development of China's agricultural science and technology recently, Tang Huajun, president of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences , said remarkable progress has been made in innovation, which has played an important role in ensuring national food security and increasing farmers' incomes. However, production costs remain high while the price of products has reached its "ceiling", resulting in reduced profits.


  16. New technique reveals limb control in flies -- and maybe robotsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | EurekAlert!

    One of the major goals of biology, medicine, and robotics is to understand how limbs are controlled by circuits of neurons working together. And as if that is not complex enough, a meaningful study of limb activity also has to take place while animals are behaving and moving.


  17. Natural Sightings: Red sky at night, a common delightRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Tehachapi News

    Gina Crane took this photo at Cub Lake in Bear Valley Springs of a beautiful sunset following recent hurricane activity in the Pacific that brought some promising clouds to the Tehachapi Mountains, but virtually no actual rain. The Pacific Ocean is one of the primary influencers of Tehachapi weather, which can seem odd to some people because we are certainly not a coastal community.


  18. Rentokil Initial plc (RTO) Given Consensus Rating of "Buy" by BrokeragesRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Daily Political

    Shares of Rentokil Initial plc have been assigned a consensus recommendation of "Buy" from the twelve research firms that are covering the firm, Marketbeat reports. Five research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and seven have given a buy rating to the company.


  19. Bees make the most of warm summer to deliver boost to honey cropRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Isle of Wight County Press

    Bees have been making honey while the sun shines, with a bigger crop from hives this year due to the good summer, an annual survey reveals. The bad weather of the Beast from the East that hit the UK in the spring did not harm honeybees, which went on to make the most of the long, warm summer with a honey crop that was up by a third this year.


  20. Surprise! How Are Those Ground Up Cricket Cookies?Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | WIBX-AM Whitesboro

    We were on location at a broadcast on Friday. Angelo passed a tray of delicious looking cookies to me and says, 'Try one, they're really good.' As I was chewing the cookie, a guest Angelo booked - Andrew Fellows - walks over and asks if I'd ever tried 'these' before.