Nibbles: Information, Domestication, Cats, Conference, Gunpowder gardening, Policy advice, Potatoes, Ancient vineyards, New UG99, Bovine emissions, Cacao ants, Palaeo-diet, Bloody quinoa, Tokyo’s honey, Urban biodiversity, Ilex, Conifers

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  1. Belated best wishes for the new year to the agrobiodiverse community. I am looking forward to reading your posts and comments.

    I wanted to share this: the University of Adelaide and its ‘Database of Regional, National and Global Winegrape Bearing Areas by Variety, 2000 and 2010’ at http://www.adelaide.edu.au/wine-econ/databases/winegrapes/

    RE Wow: Great initiative. Kay McDonald is really proactive and smart in sharing the best ag information. The new website is a work in progress: maybe in the future a search function, keyword logic, RSS and better overage of issues in the Third World (that is probably not the purpose/interest of BigPicAg though)? Ads are legit in this case, but then asking for help is less so, imho. Anyway, this is a great example of a no-nonsense, timely and useful online information aggregator.

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