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April 16, 2021


Agricultural trade across US states can mitigate economic impacts of climate change


April 15, 2021


Mining the mother lode - Search tool uncovering new findings amongst the mountains of data


FFAR helps fund Colorado State University-led international effort to combat crop- destroying weeds


Embrapa Soja completa 46 anos apresentando Programa Soja Baixo Carbono


Breaking Ground: Natalia Palacios gets the most out of maize - From biofortification to cooking techniques, a CIMMYT scientist and her team test how to make this global staple as nutritious as possible


Artificial intelligence may help University of Florida researchers identify crop-destroying nematodes


University of Western Australia researchers discover the cause of devastating crop disease


April 14, 2021


Pinpointing pheromone production pathways in pests - Study shows aphids make key chemicals the same way plants do


Two independent studies on apples and pumpkins highlight the importance of the microbiome for health issues from crops to humans
Von Äpfeln und Ölkürbissen: Neues aus der Mikrobiomforschung


Re­search­ers de­term­ine why the spir­als in ger­bera in­flor­es­cences fol­low the Fibon­acci se­quence


Collaborative effort to combat crop-threatening weeds headed by Colorado State University scientists 


Scientists at Pittsburg State University convert soybean biomass into batteries


Genetic engineering 2.0: An on-off switch for gene editing (SciTechDaily)


April 13, 2021


European Food Safety Authority - Extension of the spatially‐ and temporally‐explicit “briskaR‐NTL” model to assess potential adverse effects of Bt‐maize pollen on non‐target Lepidoptera at landscape level


European Food Safety Authority is working to advance the environmental risk assessment of genetically modified crops to better protect butterflies and moths


Diverse nematode collection aids researchers - Collection enables major soybean cyst nematode discoveries to be made (Successful Farming)


USDA/ARS scientists focus on the future of soybeans


A new glyphosate resistance mechanism with similarities to cancer drug resistance


On-farm nitrogen management practices have global reverberations - A new meta-study confirms that nitrous oxide emissions can be reduced by boosting nitrogen productivity, crop yield and use of “4Rs”


New ‘Wheat Rust Genomics’ website launched


Far-reaching impacts of CIMMYT’s historic wheat training program - Alumni of the CIMMYT Global Wheat Program course reflect on the powerful learning experience


New Mexico State University students grow, study hemp cultivars on campus


April 12, 2021


Breakthrough in plant protection: RNAi pesticides affect only one pest species


For tomato genes, one plus one doesn’t always make two


The DNA of lettuce unravelled: in 6000 years from weed to beloved vegetable
Het DNA van sla ontrafeld: in 6000 jaar van onkruid tot geliefde groente


April 9, 2021


Investigadores del CSIC identifican el mecanismo que permite alas raíces de las plantas buscar la humedad en el suelo


Zhejiang University scientists discover that watermelons grow faster at night


Bacteria help plants grow better - Study by the University of Bonn may in the long term lead to new varieties that require less fertilizer
Bakterien helfen Pflanzen, besser zu wachsen


April 8, 2021


The best in AI appointed at Norwich Research Park


April 7, 2021


Illumina joins the International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium


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