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An Indonesian "Techie Cluster" as Reported In Our News.
We are reporting a "techie cluster" for the Indonesian agro-climatic zone that just came up as part of the development of a network of "techie clusters" we will be involving ourselves with in the future in rural metro Dumaguete City of NegOr. of the Philippine Islands, and off the West Coast of British Columbia in the North American country of Canada. They comprise: A) Wine-making. Grape seed anti-oxidant extraction and mast complex carbohydrates and WSC sugars as a functional food supplement product meal replacement for "fruit & veg". B) Prototype Fisheries Plant in land-based aquaculture for enhancement of habitat for farming of carp and tilapia. C) Seagrass Hydroponic Culture Plants for native goatary organic farming using XL seagrass feedstock. D) Pro-totype Plant and Mechanical Shop for further Seagrass Hydro-ponics R&D (for non-organic XL seagrass varieties as feed-stock for biofuels manufacturing and PLA from sugars with enzyme technology. E) "Island" TFSA farming with: organic cash crops, for e.g. veggies, fruits, browse, legumes, tobacco and corn.
Designed for the small-holder farmers using advanced design technologies in a progrom to boost farming output or produc-tion also wishing to diversify in mixed farming situations. Co-ops are inevitable in order to pool resources and seek outside monies and its supply to run operational farms.
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Our latest notes on our authors submission to the AMB journal: “dsDNA for silage processing and rumen digestion.” (In press.)
The ff. publications and their current significance towards a sub-mitted article: "dsRNA applied to silage (tropical and temperate) processing and rumen protein digestion." (In press) D. A. Flores. 1986. Digestion in the rumen and amino acid supply to the duodenum of sheep fed ensiled and fresh alfalfa. Can. J. Anim. Sci. 66: 1019-1027.: Introduces the standpoint of using functional amino acid feeding practices using the documented profiled amino acid supplied from digestion on fed silage diets underscoring histidine as a first limiting and tantalizing functional amino acid for feeding livestock taken together with Penn State U. studies with dairy. D. A. Flores. 2013. A Compilation of Ligno-cellulose Feedstock and Related Research for Feed, Food and Energy. Xlibris, Bloomington IN USA.: Presents for the first time with ensilage the major thrusts of namely, water-soluble carbohydrates and pre-formed amino acids enhancement with postharvest pre-treatment and rumen digestion of silages when applied techniques are used.
D. A. Flores. 1989. Applications of Rec-DNA to Rumen Microbes for the Improvement of Low Quality Feeds Utilization. J. Biotech. 10:95-112.: Amino acid operons and their regulation is yet another approach or application to improving microbial amino acid synthesis and protein in the rumen. This was the earliest report suggesting this technology. (See also: R. Onodera. 1997. In: Rumen Microbes and Digestive Physiology in Ruminants, Pp. 83 - 94. D. A. Flores. 1988. M. Appl. Sc. Thesis. UNSW, Sydney AU. "Strategies in Supplementation of Amino Acid Flows on Low Quality Diets in Ruminants: Manipulation of Ruminal Microbial Fermentation vis-a-vis Other Approaches to Supplementation (By-product Protein and Energy and Pre-treatment).": Intro-duces the new concepts of postharvest pretreatment, especially tropical forages, for e. g. urea ensiling. What followed was enzyme technology treatment or EFEs, solid-substrate fermen-tation or SSF and on bagasse or "Yeast Bagasse".
Danny Flores's latest book now off the press: “A Compilation of Lignocellulose Feedstock and Related Research for Feed, Food and Energy.”, by D. A. Flores © 2013. Xlibris LLC, IN U.S.A.
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Salmon Armsdale Farm & Fisheries This is a projected pilot aimed at land-based fishery farming in the B.C. Interior and for the northern Philippine islands north of Luzon. The idea is to schematize a pilot plant fisheries enhancement facility for habitat establishment and/or enhancement with a river/lake/fisheries tributaries using imported wild Pacific salmon either of the chum or sockeye variety. The lake can be fed by mountain stream or by cold water aquifers and a dammed stream or river forming a fishing lake with the pilot plant at the end of the fisheries run and the land-based "wadies" at the other end or around. This is considered the "Salmon Habitat". The official name of the project will be Salmon Habitat Enhancement Pilot Project which will then be upscaled to the actual fisheries farms operations.
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Last update of this entry: September 18, 2018