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1. Close-up of pipes running past camera, part of 'Gathering Area 19' at Burgan oil field 2. Long shot of gas flaring off 3. Flames rising from another flare-off on the ground 4. Small pipes running across the ground, tilts up to show horizon 5. Various shots of crude oil storage tanks 6. Various of oil sample being taken, bottle placed under tap 7. Oil worker handing the bottle 8. Wide of drums and pipes 9. Close-up of oil drums labelled: "Kuwaitoil" 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Abdul Khaleq Mustafa, Press Officer for Kuwait Oil Co: "Oil production is in a normal capacity, nothing changed, especially in the fields of the south and western Kuwait, so far we are in normal production and we are taking security measures such as checking points in terms of keeping an open eye...
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A simple explanation as to how a rotating magnetic field is produced.
Powerful new theatre from Avaes Mohammad & Mtume Gant, directed by Baba Israel and originally produced by Contact Theatre and Avaes Mohammad in October 2012. An American Soldier. A British Muslim Mujahid. Two men on opposite sides of a war... Locked in a room together, amidst an assembly of watchers, they're forced to face their actions and all that was once black and white turns increasingly grey... Video by AlbinoMosquito
Do you know where rice come from? I visited my family in Sultan Kudarat, Philippines. It's a rural area where most of the land is used for farming. The main crop grown is rice, and during my visit I was able to observe rice being planted and harvest. It takes 3 months to grow rice. The land is prepared by plowing, harrowing and leveling the field by machine or the traditional way of using a carabao. Usually one paddy have rice seeds planted to grow into seedlings, which are later transplanted. The rice seedlings are then planted in a straight line. While the rice grows, the paddies are repeatedly flooded to 1/3 of the rice stalk height to prevent weeds from growing and drained when fertilizer is going to be sprayed. The rice is ready for harvest when the grain yellows and t...
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In this video, Scott takes us through the bulk seed production fields geared towards restoration projects.
I will present preliminary results on our survey for Verticillium in red raspberry fields. We compared two methods for detecting the pathogen and found that the DNA-based method (qPCR) was more sensitive than the culture-based method (plating). Verticillium was detected at more sites with qPCR than with the plating method. However, most Verticillium populations were very low. I will discuss advantages/disadvantages of each method and what the survey may mean in terms of disease.
Each year producers, manufacturers, and researchers in the peanut industry come together to share ideas and get an update on the industry. Damon Jones joined them on this year's Georgia Peanut Tour and shows how this event follows the production from start to finish.
Punjab is one of the most fertile regions on Earth. The region is ideal for growing wheat, rice, sugarcane, fruits and vegetables. Indian Punjab is called the “Granary of India” or India’s bread-basket. It produces 20% of India’s wheat and 9% of India’s rice. On a global scale, this represents 3% of the world’s production of these crops, so the Indian Punjab produces 2% of the world’s cotton, 2% of its wheat and 1% of world’s rice. The largest grown crop is wheat; however, other important crops are rice, cotton, sugarcane, pearl millet, maize, barley, and fruits. The principal crops of Punjab are barley, wheat, rice, maize and sugarcane. Among the fodder crops are bajra and jowar. The main sources of irrigation are canals and tube wells. The economy of the state primarily depends upon agr...
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Jason covers both review folders and production field filters in this brief tutorial for NeedleFinder Web.
The Border Mail's printing of the official HMFD 2016 guide with the official HMFD theme song
Afghanistan is the world’s biggest exporter of black-market opium from which heroin is made. It’s a multi-billion dollar business, responsible for around a hundred thousand deaths every year and it’s a major source of income for terrorists. RT Doc travelled to the poppy fields where death is harvested to find out why no one can put a stop to this deadly trade. When it comes to heroin, a non-intervention policy is still going strong in Afghanistan where over 90% of the world’s black market opium is produced. Most finds its way onto the international drug market and the profits fund organized crime and terrorist groups like ISIS, which is growing in strength here. The dealers and manufacturers aren’t hard to find: they live in luxurious houses, have fields blooming with poppies and sell th...
As we learn more about electricity, we have to talk about fields. Electric fields may seem complicated, but they're really fascinating and a crucial part of physics. In this episode of Crash Course Physics, Shini chats about capacitors, conductors, electric field lines, and how objects with net charge generate electric fields. Get your own Crash Course Physics mug from DFTBA: http://store.dftba.com/products/crash... The Latest from PBS Digital Studios: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... -- Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashC... Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Suppo...
The Tabletop Explainer is an intermittent educational vlog presenting answers to viewer questions, brief science lessons, and ideas for teachers and students. It is a feature of my blog "Tilts at Windmils" which can be found at http://www.davidcolarusso.com/blog/