incorporates the unified cooperative's vision of making local, certified organic food a normal fixture in people's lives while helping farmers sustainably grow their operations," says GRO
board member Michael Jones.
are linked to each other in complex networks, and they are also linked with grassroots support organizations (GRSOs) and their networks.
The company states that GRO
achieves better coverage than the competition because it has over 25% more addresses than standard lists and hits close to 100% of a targeted area.
's studies of high-energy emissions from the sun have taken on added importance, GRO
scientists note, with the delay in launch of the High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Imager, which suffered damage during recent testing (SN: 4/1/00, p.
Whitney explained that, "In large-scale field use in California, GOLD'n GRO
is proving to be 2 to 3 times more effective than products it is replacing, meaning that only one third to one half as much fertilizer is needed to satisfy the crop's nutritional requirement.
Black holes are believed to produce jets of matter and radiation that could generate the gamma-ray emission observed by GRO
When the GRO
first spied the bursting pulsar, it detected 140 powerful bursts of high-energy X rays in a single day.
The data and water management functions are accessible through the company's GRO
app for iOS and Android devices.
Some of the photons drop to an energy level below what the GRO
detectors can record.
will provide product and technical support to HelioPower, which will benefit by offering the new product line and services to their future and existing customers in California.
findings first made headlines in 1991, when a set of on-board detectors revealed that gamma-ray bursts are distributed uniformly across the sky (SN: 9/28/91, p.
Long before NASA launched GRO
in April 1991, the agency knew that the craft--the heaviest science payload ever launched by a space shuttle--would require a boost to counter the effects of solar activity, which gradually push the satellit e into a lower orbit.