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A method of and means for the use of glass or other transparent substance, in horticulture, agriculture and farming. Philip Janvrin Marett, December 17, 1931: GB363097-A (1 worldwide citation)


363,097. Glazing structures ; shelters for plants. MARETT, P. J., 4, Claremont Terrace, St. Helier, Jersey. Nov. 19, 1930, No. 34788. [Classes 20 (i) and 20 (iii).] Relates to a means for securing glass, talc, or the like to the wire or wire netting employed for protecting growing crops and for poul ...


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TRANSGENIC NUCLEASE SYSTEMS AND METHODS. April 6, 2017: US20170096649-A1


The invention provides transgenic organisms that include a transgene that codes for a product that can be used to digest foreign nucleic acid. The transgene can code for a targeting nuclease, a guide sequence, or other components of a guided nuclease system. Expression of the transgene causes the or ...


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MEMBRANE CURTAIN BARRIER WITH HEMMED POCKET ATTACHED BY INTERLOCK STITCHING. August 3, 2017: US20170218545-A1


A curtain barrier with an attached hem pocket using an interlocking stitch techniqueis disclosed. The agricultural membrane curtain comprises a curtain body made of a non-porous fabric material and one or more breathable hem pockets extending along the bottom edge of the curtain body. The hem pocket ...



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