Crop Threatening Oriental Fruit Flies Found In Pinellas
Crop Threatening Oriental Fruit Flies Found In Pinellas

The discovery of two tiny fruit flies in Safety Harbor has sparked a big reaction from state agriculture officials. That's because two O...

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11:36 PM

Boom In China Wheat Market After Australian Deregulation
Boom In China Wheat Market After Australian Deregulation

China, the world's largest grain producer, has shown an amplified interest in Australian wheat. In the nine months to the end of June, A...

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10:33 PM

New World Record Likely To Be Created At World Bog Championships
New World Record Likely To Be Created At World Bog Championships

A NEW WORLD record time is thought to have been set at this year’s World Bog Snorkelling Championships in Powys. Dan Morgan, from Brecon, co...

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10:03 PM

Newly Discovered Pea Sized Frog Enters The Record Book
Newly Discovered Pea Sized Frog Enters The Record Book

One of the smallest frogs in the world, the species was discovered inside and around pitcher plants in Malaysian rain forests on the island ...

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10:33 PM

Himachal Becomes The First Country To Protect The Crops From Hailstorms
Himachal Becomes The First Country To Protect The Crops From Hailstorms

Himachal Pradesh has installed anti-hail guns, the first in the country, to guard its fruit crops from hailstorms . "Three anti-hails h...

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10:48 PM

USA Crowned World Champions In Waterpolo
USA Crowned World Champions In Waterpolo

The United States were crowned women's water polo World Cup champions after a tense 6-3 defeat of Australia in the final at Christchurch...

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10:52 PM

International Conference For Mining Safety With Experts
International Conference For Mining Safety With Experts

More than 700 delegates are attending the event to talk about the best security practices for the mining industry to adopt over the next few...

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10:47 PM

World's Oldest Working Mechanical Clock To Be Fitted With Electric Motor
World's Oldest Working Mechanical Clock To Be Fitted With Electric Motor

Officials with a British cathedral said a clock that has been wound by hand every week since the late 1380s is being built-in with an electr...

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11:22 PM

Quarantine Affirmed In Kern County For Melon Fruit Fly
Quarantine Affirmed In Kern County For Melon Fruit Fly

A quarantine is in place in Kern County where persistent melon fruit flies have been detected in the Arvin/Mettler area the California Depar...

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10:52 PM

Swimmer Ellie Simmonds Wins Fourth World Championship Gold
Swimmer Ellie Simmonds Wins Fourth World Championship Gold

Simmonds also claimed her third world record of the week as she secured the S6 100m freestyle crown in 1:15.97. "I am on such a high ri...

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10:50 PM

Why Antarctic Sea Ice Is Escalating Despite Warming Climate
Why Antarctic Sea Ice Is Escalating Despite Warming Climate

While the Arctic sea ice has been declining over the years, the Antarctic sea ice extent has been increasing slightly — a phenomenon that ha...

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11:41 PM

Western Australia Sees Early stone Fruit Harvest
Western Australia Sees Early stone Fruit Harvest

Stone fruit will be hitting shelves in Western Australia earlier this year due to a dry, mild winter. Some producers in WA's south-west ...

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11:13 PM

West Nile Virus Positive In San Mateo County squirrel
West Nile Virus Positive In San Mateo County squirrel

A dead squirrel found in San Mateo has experienced positive for the West Nile virus, the first confirmed case of the disease in the county t...

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10:59 PM

Obama To Sign Border Security Bill That Raises H-1B Visa Fee Today
Obama To Sign Border Security Bill That Raises H-1B Visa Fee Today

Barack Obama would sign a new border safety bill on Thursday, that has been termed as"discriminatory" by the Indian and American c...

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10:50 PM

World Junior Synchronized Swimming Meet Kicks Off Today
World Junior Synchronized Swimming Meet Kicks Off Today

This is the 12th biennial event organized by FINA, the world leading body for water sports. The event will be apprehended at the IU Natatori...

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11:23 PM

Another Disaster From Hormones in Milk Production In China
Another Disaster From Hormones in Milk Production In China

New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra said Wednesday it is "100 percent confident" in its milk provisions to a Chinese company under in...

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11:56 PM

World's Largest Clock to Begin Ticking in Mecca Time
World's Largest Clock to Begin Ticking in Mecca Time

Muslims around the world could be turning their watches to a new time soon as the world's largest clock begins ticking in Islam's ho...

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11:39 PM

Russia Announces A Momentary Ban On Grain Exports
Russia Announces A Momentary Ban On Grain Exports

Russia has announced a momentary ban on grain exports from August 15 to December 1 in response to the worsening drought. Global wheat prices...

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10:48 PM

Japan Boasts Top Number Of world's Sea Life
Japan Boasts Top Number Of world's Sea Life

In a historic roll call of the ocean, a scientific study has found about 33,629 kinds of sea creatures in the waters surrounding Japan--the ...

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12:12 AM

Gulf Disaster Is Biggest Accident Spill In The History
Gulf Disaster Is Biggest Accident Spill In The History

The BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has spewed almost 5 million barrels of oil into the ocean, making it the largest accidental spill int...

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11:08 PM
 
 
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