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Wednesday, 2022/06/29 | 08:33:31

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) GMO Panel released their scientific opinion on herbicide tolerant (HT) soybean A5547-127, which is applied for renewal of authorization for food and feed uses. EFSA's assessment found no evidence for new hazards. Following the submission of BASF Agricultural Solutions Seed US LLC, the EFSA GMO Panel assessed the post-market environmental monitoring reports, literature on the HT soybean,


Tuesday, 2022/06/28 | 08:02:40

Scientists from the University of Western Australia discovered how plants control the amount of carbon from photosynthesis that they store to build biomass using a metabolic channel. This is a relatively rare plant ability that was found to break the normal rules of biochemistry and has the potential to help mitigate climate change. Scientists have dubbed the previously unknown process as “secret decisions” that plants make when releasing carbon into the atmosphere.


Monday, 2022/06/27 | 08:11:21

The Bangladesh National Technical Committee on Crop Biotechnology has given its approval for two Bt cotton varieties from Hyderabad-based company JK Agri Genetics. The approval will help cotton farmers in Bangladesh increase their yields and save pesticide costs. Cotton varieties in Bangladesh produce only 3 tonnes per hectare. Two Bt varieties that the regulators approved would yield over 4 tonnes per hectare. Aside from increased yield, farmers can also save pesticide costs against bollworms.


Sunday, 2022/06/26 | 07:15:20

The main element in Chef Gil’s vegan dish is jackfruit, a truly sustainable crop. Calorie-dense and nutrient-rich, jackfruit are also known for their resilience in the face of all sorts of climatic changes. High temperatures are rarely a problem, and neither are droughts. While preparing them from a freshly harvested state can be daunting because of their size (jackfruit are the largest fruit in the world!) and their sticky interior, their texture is unique (often described as akin to pulled pork) and their versatility in the kitchen is unmatched.

Saturday, 2022/06/25 | 05:25:18

This global research and development effort will help increase the productivity of mixed farming systems for more food, nutrition, and income security. The new CGIAR Initiative on Sustainable Intensification of Mixed Farming Systems (SI-MFS) was launched at an inception meeting held at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from May 31 to June 2, 2022.

Friday, 2022/06/24 | 08:16:11

A pilot study led by ICRISAT proves that developing efficient goat value chains lead to better rewards for farmers by increasing their market knowledge and bargaining power. Amongst the many interventions, goat sale auctions fetched on average a 6% higher price than those sold through conventional market sales that often do not pay off the cost of feed. The study was for the CLIM2 project implemented in Southern Malawi, where half the country’s poor people live on farms less than one hectare.


Thursday, 2022/06/23 | 08:15:29

Livelihood diversification is often touted as an all-encompassing solution to sustainable development. However, despite large-scale promotion and investment in this strategy, evidence of impacts from diversification processes remains scarce. To better guide future policies and interventions, evidence must be gathered and assessed on current livelihood diversification projects and their realized impacts.


Wednesday, 2022/06/22 | 08:13:18

Siena, Italy - QU Dongyu, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today underlined the importance of innovative partnerships, especially with academic institutions, in helping to promote global food security, as he addressed a Graduation Day ceremony at the University of Siena. “Fostering innovative partnerships for a food secure world is a top priority for the United Nations, as set out in the 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Qu said

Tuesday, 2022/06/21 | 08:17:21

The European Sustainable Agriculture through Genome Editing network (EU-SAGE) has published an interactive database for genome-edited crops. The database shows that genome editing is used in a wide variety of crops to improve diverse characteristics, many of which can contribute to more sustainable agriculture. The EU-SAGE database represents state-of-the-art scientific evidence of worldwide genome editing applications in crops for agricultural production


Monday, 2022/06/20 | 07:58:50

Scientists at Wageningen University & Research discovered in 2021 how cells of Phytophthora infestans attack the plant by slicing open its skin. In another study, it has been revealed how the microscopic attackers sharpen its weapons. The results are published in Science Advances. Phytophthora infestans causes the potato blight disease by hitchhiking on water droplets during rainfall. Then the single-celled water mold lands on the leaf and activates an ingenious mechanism.



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