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Eclipse insight - Pondering agriculture's place in nature


As the solar eclipse approaches, it offers an opportunity for introspection within the seed industry. While its direct impact on agriculture is minimal, it serves as a powerful reminder of our place in the natural world. 

The eclipse underscores the profound influence of nature on farming, despite technological advancements. It reminds us of the interconnectedness of agriculture with broader environmental cycles. 

Though the eclipse won't affect seeds or crops directly, it prompts contemplation on the unpredictability inherent in agriculture. It highlights the importance of sustainable practices and resilience in the face of natural challenges. 

Let the eclipse inspire a renewed commitment to responsible farming and environmental stewardship. As we witness this celestial event, may it deepen our appreciation for nature's majesty and our role within it.

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Disaster Relief & Program Deadlines

Video: Disaster Relief & Program Deadlines

Amy Hagerman, OSU Extension agricultural policy specialist, explains what to expect when applying for disaster assistance. She also offers context for making decisions about the Farm Service Agency programs Agriculture Risk (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) in advance of the March 15 signup deadlines.


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