USB: Technology Improves Sustainability

first_img Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News USB: Technology Improves Sustainability Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE By Andy Eubank – Jun 20, 2016 USB: Technology Improves Sustainability USB on HAT with Charles CannatellaThe rapid pace of technology development is improving the sustainability of farming all over the country. Technology is shaping how many farmers operate, allowing them to become more precise and efficient on the farm.Soy checkoff farmer-leader Charles Cannatella from Louisiana says technology has significantly changed the way he does things on his farm for the better. In particular, new technology, from more efficient machinery to better seed varieties, have allowed him to cut his chemical use.“Just going back to 1980 to until now, we are using, on this particular farm I know we are using half the chemical we did back then, and doing a better job.”The trend toward greater technology adoption shows no signs of declining any time soon. New, advanced tools are constantly being developed, putting more capability at farmers’ fingertips and making them more sustainable.For more information about how technology can help your farm remain sustainable, visit WWW.UNITEDSOYBEAN.ORG. Previous articleClimatologists Watching for Midwest Flash DroughtNext articleIndiana State Fair Brings Back Featured Farmers Andy Eubanklast_img read more

Changing Ireland gives a real voice to Limerick communities

first_imgLimerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live by Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Allen Meagher, editor of Changing Ireland, George Clancy, Jan O’Sullivan, Minister of Education, Jude Meaney and Gearoid Fitzgibbon, celebrating the Changing Ireland 50th Edition at their Moyross office.(Picture: Brendan Gleeson)EDUCATION Minister Jan O’Sullivan has praised a Moyross-based publication for continually raising serious issues and challenging stereotypes.Speaking at the official launch of the 50th edition of ‘Changing Ireland’, Minister O’Sullivan promised staff at the national community development magazine that they could count on Government funding that would be given in a way that they wouldn’t have to tone down their coverage.“We all need to hear real voices of people in communities,” she said.“This magazine has done a lot to challenge stereotyping and to make people think about communities and not just to have very simple ideas about what communities are like. If you belong to a certain community, there’s an automatic assumption that you are a certain type of person. That is stereotyping, that is wrong and it has to be challenged at all levels. I think ‘Changing Ireland’ has done an awful lot to do that and is to be commended,” she added.After Changing Ireland’s golden anniversary edition launch, Minister O’Sullivan met with young men who are campaigning for a social horse project in Moyross.International rugby referee George Clancy also spoke at the event and said that sport’s role in community development should be given more attention.“Maybe it’s because the benefits of sport and community development are really self-evident that they are sometimes overlooked,” said Mr Clancy, who will take to the field for the second time as a Rugby World Cup referee next month.The magazine is available online at www.changingireland.ie, through Eason outlets and by post for free if you work or volunteer in a community and wish to subscribe. Print Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Advertisement Twitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads TAGSChanging IrelandEducation Minister Jan O’SullivanGeorge ClancylimerickMoyross Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories center_img Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsChanging Ireland gives a real voice to Limerick communitiesBy Alan Jacques – August 14, 2015 1123 Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Linkedin Previous articleTailor Birds to play Limerick Milk MarketNext articlePodcast – The Sporting Limerick Podcast Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie last_img read more

SC Dismisses Plea Seeking Uniform Welfare Scheme for Lawyers In Distress Due To Lockdown [Read Order]

first_imgTop StoriesSC Dismisses Plea Seeking Uniform Welfare Scheme for Lawyers In Distress Due To Lockdown [Read Order] Radhika Roy8 May 2020 9:22 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court dismissed a petition which had been filed seeking for directions to the Government as well as the State Bar Councils to formulate a welfare scheme for lawyers who had been affected by the national lockdown imposed in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Filed by Advocate Abhinav Ramkrishna, the plea averred that the government was a mute spectator to the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court dismissed a petition which had been filed seeking for directions to the Government as well as the State Bar Councils to formulate a welfare scheme for lawyers who had been affected by the national lockdown imposed in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Filed by Advocate Abhinav Ramkrishna, the plea averred that the government was a mute spectator to the financial distress that lawyers were going through as due to lack of work, they were finding it difficult to sustain themselves. “The government, Bar Council of India and the State Bar Councils cannot be expected to be in a state of deep slumber or be insensitive towards the economic and mental hardship faced by lawyers, except the few who have achieved a milestone by dint of their hardwork and acumen”. It was further contended that the financial scheme that had been announced by the Bar Council of India to provide financial assistance to lawyers had no purpose as the amount disbursed had been kept undecided. A Bench comprising of Justices Ashok Bhushan, SK Kaul and BR Gavai heard the matter and observed that the petition could not be filed under Article 32 of the Constitution of India as there was no violation of fundamental rights for which the said Article is invoked. Accordingly, the petition was dismissed ofClick Here To Download Order[Read Order] Next Storylast_img read more

Instilling ‘Win Forever’ mindset

first_imgI don’t know about everyone else, but I’m still in shock over what I witnessed during last weekend’s NFC Championship Game.In my opinion, the Seattle Seahawks don’t deserve to head to Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona less than a couple weeks from now. Based on what I read in the box score and watched with my own eyes on Sunday, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers should be the ones preparing to play the New England Patriots.Though “Deflate-gate” also questions the integrity of whether Bill Belichick’s team should be playing in the big game, it’s these conspiracy theories that actually need to be deflated. I’m not a football equipment expert or anything, but are you really going to try and tell me that a couple of psi are going make a difference in a game that running back LeGarrette Blount scored three touchdowns on the ground en route to a 45-7 win?  Thought so.However, what I continue to have trouble resonating with is how the Seahawks remarkably scored 15 points in 44 seconds to force a game in which they turned the ball over five times into overtime.It still feels like a magician was playing a trick on me when Seattle receiver Jermaine Kearse caught a 35-yard strike from Russell Wilson to win the game, causing Wilson to cry his eyes out.One could say it was a product of the continuous support and cheers by the dignified “12th man,” but even some of the record-breaking crowd didn’t believe in their team anymore and pulled their best Miami Heat fans by heading for the exits early.I believe that there is really only one person that could have possibly made what seemed to be impossible into a reality.And that man is none other than Seahawks’ field general and former USC head coach Pete Carroll.Yes, Carroll does also have to give a lot of credit to his special teams coordinator and former assistant at USC, Brian Schneider, who managed to pull off a couple of special teams miracles by executing a fake field goal for a touchdown and an onside kick all in the same game.But the decision making and instilled belief that the team is never out of the game, regardless of the score, all starts at the top with a guy like “Big Balls Pete” and his “Win Forever” philosophy.I still get goose bumps from the day Carroll came to discuss his philosophy with the student body here at USC, and he said that “Win Forever” originated back during his 1994 season opener when his New York Jets took on the Buffalo Bills.In his first game as head coach, the Jets won 23-3, but Carroll’s post-game discovery of the Bills’ consistent success, a display that showcased the team’s division five division championships over six years, gave him the nerve to coach teams to win forever.This must be where the term “Big Balls Pete” originated, as it’s one of those ideas that sounds so crazy that you just have to believe it.Nonetheless, it’s this foundation that paved the way for Seattle’s Super Bowl XLVIII victory and their miraculous comeback last Sunday.I know its a cliche and all, but the best team on the field doesn’t always win the game. And flat out, the best team on the field that day didn’t win the NFC conference championship.However, one can argue that special teams on the field is not what won the game for the Seahawks on Sunday. It was the “special teams” on the sidelines, rather, that really sealed the deal.I don’t think anything can outweigh the mentality of knowing you’re going to win the game, despite all of the adversity. This all starts with Carroll applying that “Win Forever” mindset and continuing it in perpetuity.USC fans all remember the golden era that he produced in his nine years at USC, where he went 83-19 (97-19 but 14 wins were vacated) en route to producing two national championships and 60 players who were selected in the NFL Draft.I truly believe that if there’s one thing that current USC head coach Steve Sarkisian can learn from his predecessor and former colleague, it’s to try and figure out how he can instill a similar type of “Win Forever” belief in his program because “overall foundation” is one of the areas in which I think he is currently lacking.I can’t really think of a game during the 2014 season in which USC exhibited a sense of resiliency or persistence when they faced adversity or trailed an opponent by more than a touchdown. Rather, we just witnessed some utterly atrocious collapses, cough cough Arizona State, that are just unacceptable for such a high-caliber program.Games and, as a result, wins, were indeed, thrown away by the Trojans last year, but none were taken away from the opponent by the means of making a valiant come back.Just take into account the UCLA game where the Bruins got up 28-14 on USC after one half and it seemed like all hope was lost.If the Trojans really do want to make a run for the College Football Playoff and a national title, I believe that a foundation like “Win Forever” or a similar mantra to build on is absolutely necessary, especially for the younger guys like sophomores Adoree’ Jackson and Juju Smith.Before you know it, spring practice will be in session, and then fall camp will quickly follow, so Sarkisian beter take a page out of Carroll’s book sooner rather than later.Darian Nourian is a junior majoring in print and digital journalism. He is also the sports editor of the Daily Trojan. His column, “Persian Persuasion,” runs Thursdays.last_img read more