Following several years of severe drought in California, water supplies have recovered to the extent that state officials recently suspended statewide restrictions on water use. During the drought, there had been repeated suggestions that hard-hit localities such as San Diego might consider investing in desalination plants. A common response was that California should take a hard look at Australia’s…
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Ohio Agricultural Research & Development Center pioneering natural domestic rubber production
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