Thai Central Chemical PCL holds “Soil Sampling and Preliminary Analysis” activity for farmers Thai Central Chemical PCL (TCCC), leading producer and distributer of OX-Brand high quality NPK compound fertilizer, led by Mr. Supuk Laudee, General Manager, Marketing and R&D Division, held a farmer activity on the topic of “Soil Sampling and Preliminary Analysis” for farmers from Maharaj District, Pra Nakhon Sri Ayutthaya Province. The activity was honoured to be joined by Asst. Prof. Dr. Suphachai Amkha – Lecturer, Department of Soil Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Kasetsart University, Kamphaeng Saen Campus. The gathering took place at Puentae Kaset, Soil & Fertilizer Learning Center, Nakhon Luang Plant Site, Nakhon Luang District, Pra Nakhon Sri Ayutthaya Province. … [Read more...] about Thai Central Chemical PCL holds “Soil Sampling and Preliminary Analysis” activity for farmers
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Source: Christopher Close / iMore HomeKit router support gives you the power to control what your accessories can access on the internet. Want to keep your accessories safe from outside threats? There's a setting for that! Want to allow your accessories to access internet services that Apple has vetted? There's an option for that too! Best of all, you will still be able to access your controls from anywhere in the world, even if you lock everything down. How to manage HomeKit-enabled routers on iOS & iPadOS How to manage HomeKit-enabled routers on macOS How to manage HomeKit-enabled routers on iOS & iPadOS Launch the Home app. Tap on Home on the navigation bar if you are not already there. Tap on the House icon near the top left corner, then tap Home Settings . Source: Christopher Close / iMore Scroll downward and tap Wi-Fi Network & Routers . Tap on your Router to see additional information such as its serial number. … [Read more...] about How to manage HomeKit-enabled routers in the Home app
The power of the Apple ecosystem. You hear so much about it. How, once you get in, it makes it oh just so easy to stay in. Once you get one product, like an iPhone, it makes it oh just so easy to get more, like an Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac. But what does it really mean and how does it really work? I mean, not just in nebulous terms but specifically? For me, Bluetooth is a big part of it. Bring the Apple Ecosystem Together... and binding it Apple has a love-hate relationship with Bluetooth. They spend untold resources working around its deficiencies with custom silicon like the W- and H-series chipsets, but it's also the glue that holds their all-important ecosystem together. Because of Continuity. When Continuity first launched alongside Extensibility in iOS 8 and macOS Yosemite, I said they were going to prove to be two of the most important technologies of the decade. And I think that's been proven true. Continuity is something, from AirDrop to Handoff, that people with … [Read more...] about Bluetooth: The secret to Apple’s ecosystem
President Joe Biden’s administration is being pressed to disclose where the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are sending border crossers and illegal aliens in the United States. As of April 10, Breitbart News exclusively reported , the Biden administration has released nearly 42,000 border crossers into the U.S. interior while about 6,400 more have been released after having been enrolled in the now-defunct “Remain in Mexico” program. Those released into the U.S. interior by the Biden administration can quickly apply for one-year work permits to take American jobs after they travel throughout the country, usually on Greyhound buses, until they reach their final destination. A group of House Republicans, led by Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), is now asking the Biden administration to disclose where border crossers and illegal aliens are being resettled: The widespread abuse and criminality does not end at the border, because as … [Read more...] about Joe Biden Pressed to Disclose Where Illegal Aliens Are Being Sent in U.S.
Vietnam first acted as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) during 2008-2009. What has the country achieved specifically since that tenure, and how has Vietnam’s international prestige and status increased since then? Bui The Giang, former Ambassador and former Deputy Permanent Representative of Vietnam to the United Nations It is virtually impossible to measure it in material or monetary terms. As 2008-2009 was the first time our country was elected a non-permanent member of the UNSC, we were like a novice in everything. We didn’t have experience and expertise, nor an expansive network of diplomatic representative missions in major parts of the world to support our UNSC team in New York, while the UNSC - often half-jokingly referred to as the executive cabinet of the world’s government – was to cover the entire planet. This is specially so when it came to Africa, which accounted for approximately 60 per cent of UNSC agenda. As a … [Read more...] about Utilising UN role to make a difference