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2013 - sharepoint dev and prod running on same farm


i think you should turn the question around. what would be the advantages? sure, less licenses, less hardware, only the requirement to patch a single farm etc.but the real problem will be patching - what if the patch actually breaks something? patches causes downtime as well as all the services in sharepoint are paused while the patch is being applied/installed. (if you don't have a clustered environment running sharepoint 2016). that's lucky that we applied the patches for testing to our test/dev environment first so it did not break our production env.. wait a second!and i can hardly see something beneficial when it come's to server side development. each time you are debugging a sharepoint solution, visual studio deploys the solution to the farm and causes an iis-reset. wan'...






farm output growth: india expects farm output growth to remain stable at 4% in 2


new delhi: india expects its farm output growth to remain stable at 4% in the 2017-18 crop year, penciling in normal rains during the june-september monsoon season that helps irrigate farmlands across vast swathes of the country. “the agriculture growth rate of 4%, which we are expecting for 2016-17, will be maintained this year too,” india’s secretary for the farm ministry, shobhana pattanayak, said in new delhi. underpinned by stable growth, the farm sector is targeting a record food-grain output of 273 million tonnes in the crop year beginning july, with 107 million hectares of land being used for the kharif, or summer-sown, crop. "for the year 2017-18, food-grain production target set by us is 273 million tonnes," agriculture minister radha mohan singh said, addressing official...






coal company plans kentucky's biggest solar farm for old mine site


berkeley energy group is pursuing this trial in partnership with edf renewable energy. the project will be the first solar farm in the appalachia region, which has seen the coal industry decline for decades. the project won't explore replacing coal production entirely, a berkeley energy group executive told the courier-journal, only to repurpose land that had already extracted its share of the fossil fuel -- and create some jobs on the way.a coal company exploring solar options probably isn't what donald trump had in mind when he campaigned for the mythic -- and unreal -- "clean coal." he signed an executive order in march rescinding former president obama's environmental protections to ease restrictions on fossil fuel production and reopen federal lands to coal mining as concessions ...






trump policies will move california’s berry production to mexico


photo: joe klamar image 1of/1captioncloseimage 1 of 1migrant workers harvest strawberries at a farm in this march 13, 2013 file photo near oxnard, california.migrant workers harvest strawberries at a farm in this march 13, 2013 file photo near oxnard, california. photo: joe klamar trump policies will move california’s berry production to mexico1 / 1back to gallerytwo hundred years ago, british economist david ricardo outlined a theory of international trade based on the notion of comparative advantage. the idea is that each country does something relatively well, and therefore can specialize and trade with others to their mutual benefit. economics has since gone well beyond ricardo’s analysis, but it remains instructive when it comes to agricultural products. that br...






trump policies will move california’s berry production to mexico


photo: joe klamar image 1of/1captioncloseimage 1 of 1migrant workers harvest strawberries at a farm in this march 13, 2013 file photo near oxnard, california.migrant workers harvest strawberries at a farm in this march 13, 2013 file photo near oxnard, california. photo: joe klamar trump policies will move california’s berry production to mexico1 / 1back to gallerytwo hundred years ago, british economist david ricardo outlined a theory of international trade based on the notion of comparative advantage. the idea is that each country does something relatively well, and therefore can specialize and trade with others to their mutual benefit. economics has since gone well beyond ricardo’s analysis, but it remains instructive when it comes to agricultural products. that br...






bibek debroy: scrap all production subsidies: niti aayog's bibek debroy


by vishavnew delhi: after kicking up a storm by contending that farm income beyond a certain threshold should be taxed, niti aayog member bibek debroy has now said that all production subsidies should be scrapped. in an interview to ians, debroy said even on the consumption side, subsidies should only be given to "unambiguously targeted individual prospects". "my personal view is that on the production side, there should be no subsidies whatsoever. we (should) improve the business environment, build public infrastructure like roads. but no exemption. "because the moment i grant anyone any exemption, i will never be able to clean up the system," debroy argued. he had earlier said that the union and the state governments altogether collected 17 per cent of the gdp as taxes while all sub...






does arizona really grow plants for rubber production?


only in arizona: a farm in eloy shows promise for domestic cultivation of plant that produces natural latex.         






does arizona really grow plants for rubber production?


only in arizona: a farm in eloy shows promise for domestic cultivation of plant that produces natural latex.         






does arizona really grow plants for rubber production?


only in arizona: a farm in eloy shows promise for domestic cultivation of plant that produces natural latex.         






egg prices 40% higher on tight supply


egg prices have jumped by up to 40 per cent to rs 7-7.50 per piece in retail markets in most parts of the country, hit by tight supply, poultry federation of india president ramesh katri said today. the upward trend would continue in coming months as egg production is likely to be lower by 25-30 per cent this year, he said. "egg prices have increased significantly as many poultry farms have reduced production for the current year because they did not get better rates last year," katri told pti. in 2016-17, egg prices at the farm gate level (wholesale) were ruling below rs 4 per piece in view of higher domestic output while the cost of production had stood at rs 3.50 per piece, he said. due to the losses last year, apprehensive of getting lower rates again and fea...






farm-to-table pop-up dining in marin


photo: food and farm tours image 1of/1captioncloseimage 1 of 1food and farm tours give visitors a taste of what makes west marin unique:  the food, the farms, the people, the scenery, and the natural and cultural history.food and farm tours give visitors a taste of what makes west marin unique:  the food, the farms, the people, the scenery, and the natural and cultural history. photo: food and farm tours farm-to-table pop-up dining in marin1 / 1back to gallerynothing can get more farm-to-table than dining on an actual farm. and for folks willing to do a little hunting, such authentic suppers await in marin.because farm products are seasonal, so are these pop-up gatherings. a lot of the events thrive exclusively by word of mouth, selling out immediately to groupie follo...






farm growth may slip to 3% in 2017-18 fiscal, says niti aayog


by: pti | new delhi | published:october 13, 2017 4:37 pm for the 2016-17 fiscal, the farm sector growth was pegged at 4.9 per cent. file photorelated newsthe country’s agriculture and allied growth is likely to slip to 3 per cent in the ongoing fiscal from around 5 per cent last year, according to a niti aayog member.for the 2016-17 fiscal, the farm sector growth was pegged at 4.9 per cent, which is likely to be revised upward taking into account the final foodgrain production figures. “looking at the performance of the kharif season, i can say with confidence that growth will be more than 3 per cent,” niti aayog member ramesh chand said on the sidelines of an event on the role of technology in driving agriculture business growth.chand said that the expected 3 per cent growth th...






government unveils 3-year roadmap for 'evergreen revolution'


new delhi: unveiling a three-year roadmap (2017-20) intended to take farm growth to new heights, union agriculture minister radha mohan singh said on monday that foodgrain production in 2016-17 had broken all records.the new crop year too would see record yields, he added, due to the government's policy interventions, cooperation from states', and a normal monsoon for the second consecutive year. earlier this month, the ministry had estimated foodgrain production for the 2016-17 crop year (july-june) at 273.38 million tonnes (mt), which is over 8 mt higher than the previous record, 265.04 mt in 2013-14, and 8.67% higher than last year's foodgrain production. the weatherman has added to the cheer. “the india meteorological department has predicted a normal monsoon for this year. if the...






fertilisers: policy boost, rising demand create a fertile ground for fertiliser


by d k aggarwalindia is the second biggest consumer of fertiliser in the world, next only to china. with improving farm economies and rising push to irrigation, fertiliser consumption has been growing considerably, leading to ever-increasing import-dependence to meet fertiliser requirement of the country. today, 80 per cent urea requirement of the country is met from domestic production. india largely imports phosphatic and potassic (p&k) fertilisers either as finished goods or raw material. a closer look at the fertiliser production scenario in the country would show urea production has witnessed a healthy 8 per cent growth driven by favourable policy changes by the central government during 2015-16. since last three years, the modi government has been continuously focusing on boosting th






carolyn hax: would living with mom-in-law on a dairy farm sour her marriage?


adapted from a recent online discussion.dear carolyn: i’ve been dating the absolute greatest guy, “steve,” for over a year. we have discussed marriage and i love him, but i’m wary because of his home situation.steve went to live with his dad and stepmother, “vicki,” on their dairy farm at age 17, after his mom died. he loves the farm, and when his dad died a few years ago, he stayed on to help vicki run things. i’m a reporter, and we met when i interviewed him for a story about the farm-to-table phenomenon.i really like vicki, but i don’t want to feel like an outsider in my own home! which i believe will be inevitable in this situation.i have no interest in the farm at all, so it will still be steve and vicki running it together after our marriage. vicki is only in her 50s ...






look: calf born with two heads in pakistan


islamabad: a two-headed buffalo calf which was recently born at a dairy farm in karachi.the lucky foods dairy farm owner did not expect it to live longer but it is still going strong.“a two-headed calf! i did not believe it when the farm manager gave me the news on the phone. i rushed to the farm to see the calf. upon touching it, i was surprised to see that its one head was cold and the other was a bit hot,” said salman mamnoon hussain, ceo of the dairy.the calf has one body, two heads, four eyes, two mouths, two noses and four ears as the result of a rare condition called polycephaly in which an animal is born with more than one head.in a video shared on facebook, the farm owner termed the birth of the two-headed buffalo on september 27 “a miracle”. “it is well alive and breath...






first screenshots & gameplay trailer for real farm, releases on october 20th


john2|54m ago|screenshot|0|soedesco announced today that its simulation game, real farm, will hit stores worldwide on october 20th. in order to celebrate this announcement, soedesco revealed the first screenshots for real farm. pcps4real farmxbox onedsogaming.comread full story >>dsogaming.comalernative sources (1)real farm harvests those sweet, sweet crops on ps4 this october 20th; first trailer insidepureplaystation.comchrish1990






is eleven the real monster in 'stranger things' ?


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wind, solar surpass 10 percent of power production


photo: mark mulligan, staff photographer image 1of/8captioncloseimage 1 of 8wind turbines that are part of the papalote creek wind farm turn near taft, tx above a field of sorghum, tuesday, may 16, 2017, in san patricio county.wind turbines that are part of the papalote creek wind farm turn near taft, tx above a field of sorghum, tuesday, may 16, 2017, in san patricio county. photo: mark mulligan, staff photographer image 2 of 8cattle roam on a mesa near iraan, texas, on the site of the desert sky wind farm. cattle roam on a mesa near iraan, texas, on the site of the desert sky wind farm.  photo: john davenport, staff image 3 of 8a wind turbine in colorado city, texas. a wind turbine in colorado city, texas.  photo: spencer platt, staff image 4 of 8rand...






wind, solar surpasses 10 percent of power production


photo: mark mulligan, staff photographer image 1of/8captioncloseimage 1 of 8wind turbines that are part of the papalote creek wind farm turn near taft, tx above a field of sorghum, tuesday, may 16, 2017, in san patricio county.wind turbines that are part of the papalote creek wind farm turn near taft, tx above a field of sorghum, tuesday, may 16, 2017, in san patricio county. photo: mark mulligan, staff photographer image 2 of 8cattle roam on a mesa near iraan, texas, on the site of the desert sky wind farm. cattle roam on a mesa near iraan, texas, on the site of the desert sky wind farm.  photo: john davenport, staff image 3 of 8a wind turbine in colorado city, texas. a wind turbine in colorado city, texas.  photo: spencer platt, staff image 4 of 8rand...






‘we understand what needs to be fixed,’ tesla says after missing model 3 product


tesla model 3 sedan. (tesla motors/ap)after elon musk unveiled the model 3 at tesla’s fremont, calif., headquarters in july, the tesla chief executive set an aggressive production schedule for his company’s first mass-market vehicle.the goal, he said, was for tesla to produce 1,500 model 3s in the third quarter, a sizable jump en route to increasing production to 20,000 vehicles per month by the end of the year.but monday, the company said that it had produced only 260 of the 1,500 intended sedans during that period. the company attributed that to production issues.tesla’s stock dropped by as much as 1.7 percent to $335.76 during after-trading hours.“model 3 production was less than anticipated due to production bottlenecks,” tesla wrote in an investor letter. “although the va...






egg prices: egg demand may return as prices ease 24 per cent


kochi: poultry farmers and traders see an uptick in demand for eggs as prices have eased, saying an increase in demand will check a further dip in prices while encouraging more production. the upcoming christmas and new year celebrations will also boost demand, they said. egg prices, which soared to an all-time high of rs 5.50 a piece last week, have since fallen more than 24%. the farm gate price at present is between rs 4.15 and rs 4.50 a piece, while retail prices are between rs 6 and rs 7 in the northern states and rs 5 and rs 6 in the south. “consumption slipped as the prices increased to very high levels. the production has not increased much this year,’’ said ramesh khatri, president of poultry federation of india. as the prices have dipped from the peak levels, the consumptio...






‘we understand what needs to be fixed,’ tesla says after bungling model 3 produc


tesla model 3 sedan. (courtesy of tesla motors via ap)after elon musk unveiled the model 3 at tesla’s freemont, calif., headquarters in july, the tesla chief executive set an aggressive production schedule for his company’s first mass-market vehicle.the goal, he said, was for tesla to produce 1,500 model 3s in the third quarter, a sizable jump en route to increasing production to 20,000 vehicles per month by the end of the year.but on monday, the company said that it had produced only 260 of the 1,500 intended sedans during that period. the company attributed that to production issues.tesla’s stock dropped by as much as 1.7 percent to $335.76 during after-trading hours.“model 3 production was less than anticipated due to production bottlenecks,” tesla wrote in an investor letter...






farm policy: dis-ease of doing the business of agriculture


written by pravesh sharma | published:may 25, 2017 2:20 am leasing of agricultural land needs a total freeing-up. (source: express photo by prashant ravi)amidst the predictable tidal wave of opinion pieces to mark the narendra modi government’s third anniversary, one little event last week squeezed its way into the inside pages of a few newspapers. this was a call for a “farm strike” in maharashtra from june 1, entailing, among other things, cutting off vegetable and milk supplies to mumbai and pune. those behind the proposed stir have demanded a comprehensive loan waiver for farmers, fixing minimum support prices for produce at 50 per cent above production cost, free power, and so on.agricultural policy has, for long, been an arena for quick fixes. recall how governments in the...






maharashtra farm ponds: target 1 lakh, but govt receives 3.5 lakh applications


written by shubhangi khapre | mumbai | published:april 23, 2017 3:26 am a standard medium size farm pond was envisaged as one that can help farmers with two crops when filled with rain water. the subsidy sanctioned is rs 50,000.against its target of completing one lakh farm ponds by 2016-17, the state government has received an overwhelming 3.5 lakh applications from farmers across maharashtra. for its ambitious project, the state has made a provision of rs 500 crore.a source in the government said, “the number of farm ponds that have been undertaken with government subsidy in individual farmers’ fields are being mapped scientifically.”in the drought-hit districts of vidarbha and marathwada, the concept of small farm ponds set up with an expenditure of between rs 50,000 and ...






your labour won't go waste: chouhan tries to quell frayed tempers


bhopal: as the violent agrarian unrest entered its tenth day in madhya pradesh, chief minister shivraj singh chouhan today began his indefinite fast at the dusshera maidan here for restoration of peace and promised profitable prices to farmers for their produce. "i know of the bumper crop production that has sent the prices crashing down in the state. i know your (farmers) problems," he said addressing a gathering, including cultivators, here. "the state government stands firm with the farmers. we are going to buy the farm produce and give profitable prices for it," he assured. the farmers are, among other things, demanding satisfactory prices for their farm produce. their stir turned violent when five persons died in police firing, while six others were injured on tuesday in mandsaur ...






the muppets caused 9/11: crazy but convincing theory


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there is a bigger message in farm loan waivers, unrest in hinterland


even as the farm sector appears to be reviving in 2017 from the bad patch of poor monsoon in the prior two years, a rising wave of farm loan waivers suggests a distressing scenario in the hinterland. this is despite government data revealing a robust real agriculture sector gva growth of 6.6 per cent. isn’t that paradoxical? to some, it may appear to be a political maneuver by farmers or possibly a short-term hiccup. the reality, however, is that the current farm distress has steadily evolved since fy11 – a year which marked the end of the previous loan waiver programmes and the peak of the robust agri sector growth phase of 2005-2011. economics of the indian farm sector have been weakening since then, and have worsened sharply over the past three years. and, the fact that demand for f...






richard spencer's group kicked out of farm halfway through event.


a weekend conference organized by white nationalist richard spencer was shut down after the owners of the maryland farm he rented discovered he was behind the event.the think tank that spencer leads, the national policy institute, hosted the conference for about 100 people at rocklands farm, a winery and events venue in montgomery county. spencer said in an interview that a third-party logistics company contacted rocklands farm on behalf of the national policy institute this month and didn’t reveal that white nationalists were affiliated with the event when they booked it. the company told the farm’s management only that it was a “corporate” gathering, according to spencer.the conference started about 11 a.m. sunday and was scheduled to continue until 8 p.m. caterers at rocklands f...






fire breaks out at farm in dubai


dubai: dubai civil defense controlled a fire on wednesday in a farm in al fuqa area without any injuries.the fire started at 1:40 pm and firefighters from three stations arrived at 1:55pm.“the fire was in a fodder stored inside the farm. we controlled the fire at 3:27pm without any injuries,” spokesperson said.






gst rollout: tax on farm implements, fertilisers and pesticides spooks farmers,


written by anju agnihotri chaba | jalandhar | published:july 1, 2017 8:44 am so far, there was no tax on them in punjab.related newsthe imposition of goods and services tax (gst) on farm implements, fertilisers and pesticides, on which there was no tax earlier in punjab, has increased worries of farmers and also caused apprehension among farm implements manufacturing industry in the state as well as small dealers selling fertilizers and pesticides.punjab accounts for 25 per cent of the country’s rs 40,000-crore farm implements manufacturing industry, including the rs 24,000-crore tractor manufacturing industry.the farm implements manufacturing industry in punjab has an annual turnover of around rs 4,000 crore while the figure is rs 6,000 crore for the tractor manufacturing indus...






irma devastates citrus crops throughout florida; citrus recovery bill pushed to


(flickr/ florida farm bureau)florida is the leader in orange juice production and second only to brazil in global orange production. in most seasons, more than 90 percent of america's orange juice is made from florida, according to the florida department of citrus.the florida citrus industry contributes $8.6 billion to the state of florida and supports 45,000 jobs, according to the florida department of citrus.while the impacts of hurricane irma are still being calculated, it is clear that the storm had a significant impact on the florida citrus industry.this is not the first challenge that the florida citrus industry has faced over the last two decades. in fact, the industry has proven to be resilient when struggling with hardship.florida had one of the worst experiences in its history i.






bks: farm crisis because of central policies: rss-affiliated bks


new delhi: as farmers seethe in parts of the country, demanding financial help from the government, a farmers' body affiliated to the rss has blamed the centre's "irrational policies" for the the crisis. farmers were not the central government's "priority", bks national secretary mohini mohan mishra said, demanding that they be given higher prices for crops and farm produce. "the centre is more concerned about consumers and rising prices of food items than farmers. they are not a priority for the government," mishra told pti. he said farmers were buying agricultural inputs on maximum retail prices. "then why they should get minimum selling price," he asked. the government should at least ensure the selling price was 20-30 per cent more than the cost of production, he said. mishr...






a growing number of young americans are leaving desk jobs to farm


rachel clement picks purple mustard before the first hard freeze of the season at owl’s nest farm in upper marlboro, md., on nov. 9. many women, highly educated and city-bred, are taking to the farm life. clement has worked at the farm since august. (michael robinson chavez/the washington post)liz whitehurst dabbled in several careers before she ended up here, crating fistfuls of fresh-cut arugula in the early-november chill. the hours were better at her nonprofit jobs. so were the benefits. but two years ago, the 32-year-old whitehurst — who graduated from a liberal arts college and grew up in the chicago suburbs — abandoned washington for this three-acre farm in upper marlboro, md.she joined a growing movement of highly educated, ex-urban, first-time farmers who are capitalizing on...






a growing number of young americans are leaving desk jobs to farm


rachel clement picks purple mustard before the first hard freeze of the season at owl’s nest farm in upper marlboro, md., on nov. 9. many women, highly educated and city-bred, are taking to the farm life. clement has worked at the farm since august. (michael robinson chavez/the washington post)liz whitehurst dabbled in several careers before she ended up here, crating fistfuls of fresh-cut arugula in the early-november chill.the hours were better at her nonprofit jobs. so were the benefits. but two years ago, the 32-year-old whitehurst — who graduated from a liberal arts college and grew up in the chicago suburbs — abandoned washington for this three-acre farm in upper marlboro, md.she joined a growing movement of highly educated, ex-urban, first-time farmers who are capitalizing on ...






a growing number of young americans are leaving desk jobs to farm


rachel clement picks purple mustard before the first hard freeze of the season at owl’s nest farm in upper marlboro, md., on nov. 9. many women, highly educated and city-bred, are taking to the farm life. clement has worked at the farm since august. (michael robinson chavez/the washington post)liz whitehurst dabbled in several careers before she ended up here, crating fistfuls of fresh-cut arugula in the early-november chill. the hours were better at her nonprofit jobs. so were the benefits. but two years ago, the 32-year-old whitehurst — who graduated from a liberal arts college and grew up in the chicago suburbs — abandoned washington for this three-acre farm in upper marlboro, md.she joined a growing movement of highly educated, ex-urban, first-time farmers who are capitalizing on...






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