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Safflower recovers nitrates, nutrients from deep in the soil
Producers usually laugh a bit when they are asked if they go out and scout in their safflower crop during the growing season.
United States Of America Safflower Seed Market Report 2016 - Analysis and
The report provides an in-depth analysis of the Safflower seed market in the United States of America. It presents the latest data of the Market value, consumption, domestic production, exports and imports, price dynamics and food balance.
New process encourages ice to slip, slide away
Turning dough into dough: MSU on track to purchase record amount of locally
Those breakfast potatoes Montana State University students devour on campus, they're made with potatoes from Whitehall and fried in safflower oil from Big Sandy. Those fancy coffee drinks -- brewed with beans roasted in Whitefish. The dough for Miller ...
Review: Japanese animation classic 'Only Yesterday' a delicate beauty
A film with a mind of its own, "Only Yesterday" finds time to go into detail about the history and harvesting of safflower plants, but mostly it focuses on Taeko's emotions as she struggles to make peace between her childhood and her current situation.

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