It’s OK to stockpile – not hoard – goods should you be forced to quarantine yourself at home amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronaviruses that are common in poultry and livestock worldwide don’t jump to humans, but those found in wildlife are another matter, an expert says.
“Although our understanding is still limited, wild pangolins (a scaly anteater) sold at live markets may be associated with the recently reported coronavirus outbreak in China,” Simmons said in a Texas A&M news release.
Before you go launching wildflower seed projectiles, start with a solid recipe.
Run by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Dinner Tonight has simple, helpful videos and written instructions that will, for instance, teach you how to pick the right cut of beef and cook it.
The lower Congo River’s depths have made it a natural lab for convergent evolution, yielding fish with unexpected features.
A new scanner can quickly determine whether plants are hemp or marijuana without damaging the product, say researchers.
The study is the “latest of those that continue to point out that plants are beneficial to humans,” said Dr. Charles Hall, Ellison Chair of International Floriculture at Texas A&M University.
Drought loss, excessive soil moisture and quality loss added to program.
A natural compound in many vegetables called indole may fight fatty liver disease, researchers report.