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WSSA on Carte Blanche

WSSA on Carte Blanche

17 Jan - Join us at 7pm on M-Net, DStv channel 101. (Webblad : Water Shortage South Africa)
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Vacationers collect water Vacationers collect water Locals and vacationers at the coast are collecting water to help farmers and their animals elsewhere. (Webblad : Water Shortage South Africa)
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ACT's involvement in WSSA ACT's involvement in WSSA ACT's involvement in WSSA is not only to supply fresh drinking water to the drought sticken communities of our country, but MORE SO to create an awareness of the suffering of the countless voiceless animals out there. (Webblad : Water Shortage South Africa)
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Soil animals can limit climate change effects Soil animals can limit climate change effects Small soil animals can limit the effects of climate change, which would otherwise stimulate the loss of carbon from the soil into the atmosphere. (Webblad : AGRIWEB Bosbou / Forestry)
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Bee-friendly may not be good for wild pollinators Bee-friendly may not be good for wild pollinators A study has found that pesticides harm wild bees and fungicides labeled "safe for bees" may indirectly may threaten native pollinators. (Webblad : AGRIWEB Bye / Bees)
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Alternative for antibiotics in animals raised for food Alternative for antibiotics in animals raised for food An animal scientist at an American University has developed an antibiotic-free method to protect animals raised for food against common infections such as coccidiosis in dairy calves. (Webblad : AGRIWEB Dieregesondheid / Animal Health)
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