Archive for July, 2012
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• The process extracts ammonia from the livestock waste and mixes it with acids to form ammonia sulfate or nitrate, which can be used commercially as a source of liquid fertilizer for crops or other uses.
Here’s a nice story featuring our friend Ronnie Lee of Bronwood, GA.
On the other side, Republicans are readying their “Stop the Tax Hike Day”
Cotton in most areas of the Upper Southeast is ahead of the five-year schedule of growth for mid-July and is at or nearing its most vulnerable stage for stink bug damage.
July 19: This Day in History
Although I’m not a historian, I enjoy studying history, especially relevant history. Then again I guess all history is relevant? By the way, I also enjoy philosophy. But I digress. The story below is taken from www.History.com/this-day-in-history. Following this story I have some questions and comments.
President Obama, in a speech to supporters, suggested business owners owe their success to government investment in infrastructure and other projects.
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