Ag Innovation News

Oct–Dec, 2004

Vol. 13, No. 4

This edition of Ag Innovation News was originally published in approximately October of 2004.

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University of Minnesota shows favorable results testing emissions Minneapolis, Minn. – Oat hulls could soon help warm the halls of the University of Minnesota’s
Morris, Minn. – Minnesota lamb producers are not sheepish about taking a good idea back to the drawing board. Several years ago, AURI helped
Lindstrom, Minn. – Every spring, Sherry Stirling blankets her gardens and small vineyard in soft wool. Stirling and her husband Warner Johnson raise Merino-Dorset-cross
Water enriched with oxygen will help irrigated crops grow faster and more vigorous, a Bloomington company hopes to prove. AquaInnovations, Inc. makes water oxygenation
Bioenergy generates more calls and inquiries to AURI than any other topic. Whether it is biodiesel, biomass or anaerobic digesters, renewable ag-based energy questions