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To My Loyal and Disloyal Readers: Agrosphere Journal has moved to a new home @ agrosphere international. Please update your URLs if they point to the wordpress.ncsu.edu domain. Unfortunately, I’m not authorized to do a URL redirect for domains connected … Continue reading
Agrosphere Journal has moved to WordPress. I have endeavored to preserve the same look and content structure, i.e. “theme” of the former Blogger site, which have continued serving the purpose for which they were created. As you may have noticed, … Continue reading
We kick off this blog with a book review and semi-professional reflection “Out of the Scientist’s Garden”, see below. Disclaimer: I have no relations with the book author, nor am I affiliated with the publisher CSIRO.