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Information on the Flemish pilot projects that have been performed within the framework of the ARBOR Interreg IVBNWE project. Plant availability and agricultural performance of side streams from biogas fermentation (digestate fractions) as alternative nutrient sources have been assessed in the lab and in field trials. Also economic and ecological assessments for these biobased nutrients have been performed.
Dr. Gary Fettke is an Orthopaedic Surgeon practising in Launceston, Australia. Along with his wife Belinda, Gary has also opened the 'Nutrition for Life – Diabetes and Health Research Centre' based in Launceston which provides nutritional care around Tasmania and Australia. Gary has a longstanding interest in the preventative aspects of health outcomes, particularly before operating on his patients. Recently an AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) investigation into Gary’s qualifications to give nutritional advice has concluded. This investigation (which lasted for more than two years) has resulted in Gary being issued a ‘caution’. The Medical Board of Tasmania, under the umbrella of the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority, have advised him; ”In part...
PhD research student Caoimhe Robinson demonstrates how sensor technology in development at the Tyndall National Institute can monitor nutrients in the soil in real-time. Robinson was exhibiting this technology at the 2015 Innovation Showcase in the Convention Centre Dublin. For more, see https://www.siliconrepublic.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/siliconrepublic Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/siliconrepublic
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I use a total of 9 different solutions when I'm mixing up my hydroponic nutrients, and when there's four or five different tanks which need changing it becomes a very time consuming process. I decided to see if I could add some automation to the process and try and make a system where I could push a button to get the correct mix of nutrients by using a bunch of little dosing pumps for dispensing nutrients in the right quantities. I've mentioned this project a couple of times in the past but have never given a formal introduction, or an explanation of exactly what I'm trying to achieve, so I thought it was about time.
The Center for Nutrient Solutions (CNS) is one of four centers funded under the EPA STAR program establishing “national centers for innovative and sustainable water research, incorporating a systems view of nutrient management. Institutions collaborating with Penn State are the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and the USDA Agricultural Research Service. The CNS at Penn State is establishing an innovative and integrative process to identify optimal locations for nutrient interventions (tactics and strategies) within watersheds combined with an explicit stakeholder engagement process. Learn more by visiting the Center’s website at cns.psu.edu.
Chris Teichreb discusses Nutrient Budgets at the Central Alberta Recreational Lakes (CARL) Forum. Nutrient Budgets are an accounting system for nutrients in a lake, determined by measuring the input of run-off, atmospheric deposition, groundwater and sewage, as well as the output of groundwater, diversions and surface outflow. This data sets current conditions to measure future changes against. Once nutrient inputs are known they can be controlled, which means limiting or preventing the growth of blue-green algae. This presentation was a part of the CARL forum at the Pine Lakes Hub Centre, in May of 2014.
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Check out our nutrient dense food workshops: https://cp249.infusionsoft.com/app/storeFront/showCategoryPage?categoryId=250 ____________________ www.koanga.org.nz ABOUT KOANGA INSTITUTE Centre for Regenerative Living | New Zealand www.koanga.org.nz The Koanga Institute was born out of 30 years of collecting heritage fruit trees, vegetables and flowers Kay Baxter’s nationally important collection is in turn built on the foundation of hundreds of generations of growers who have nurtured biodiversity and cultural heritage. Much of the Koanga Institute’s work addresses diminishing worldwide biodiversity as a result of the industrialisation of our food production. Seed saving cannot be achieved in isolation - it is one aspect of the broader need to address our human ecology. As a people’s h...
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QAAFI Science Seminar Presented by Prof. Mike Gidley Director of Centre for Nutrition & Food Sciences at QAAFI ABSTRACT Plant cell walls and associated polysaccharides (a.k.a. dietary fibre) play a pivotal role in the digestion of a healthy diet, mostly as the defining structural characteristic of whole grains, fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Credible hypotheses can be constructed to link cell wall properties of these plant-based foods to reduction in risk factors for major non-communicable diseases. The physical properties of plant cell wall polysaccharide components relevant to digestive tract functionality can be grouped into (i) bulk structuring, (ii) transport barriers, and (iii) molecular binding. Examples of each type of functionality from both in vitro and in vivo studies will be...
Ben describes Alzheimer's as a degenerative disease. He explains what nutrients and activities benefit the brain, with a particular focus on digestive health. He also describes the relationship of cholesterol to the brain and nervous system. Visit http://CriticalHealthNews.com/?uid=101399802 for additional Articles, Videos and More. *The statements made have not been evaluated by the FDA. These videos are not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose or cure any diseases. These videos are meant to present nutritional information only and is in no way meant to replace the advice of your medical doctor.