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Sunday, 2014/04/13 | 16:18:01

Bangladesh Agriculture Minister Ms. Matia Chowdhury MP during the inauguration of 7th International Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology Conference held on 1-3 March 2014 made the appeal to the biotech scientists from home and abroad to work together to develop crops and technologies to combat environmental stresses such as salinity, drought, submergence, cold and others for crop production.

Saturday, 2014/04/12 | 06:48:10

University of Illinois Professors Praveen Kumar and Stephen Long have developed a computer modelling system to help plant scientists breed soybean crops that produce more and use less water. The model predicts a design for a soybean crop with 8.5 percent more productivity, but using 13 percent less water, and reflecting 34 percent more radiation back into space, by breeding for slightly different leaf distribution, angles and reflectivity.

Thursday, 2014/04/10 | 08:05:50

FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva, at the Regional Conference for Africa held in Tunis, Tunisia on March 24-28, 2014 said that getting more African youth involved in agriculture and boosting support for the region's vulnerable family farmers will be pivotal to improving food security and economic well-being in the years to come.

Tuesday, 2014/04/08 | 08:23:26

A quality fruit is always in demand. It is what every producer or consumer wants. Good appearance, palatability and nutritional value are just a few of the points of consideration when talking about quality. All of these factors, however, are dependent on all processes during fruit ripening.

Sunday, 2014/04/06 | 19:26:38

Dr. Md. Rafiqul Islam Mondal, Director General of Bangladesh Agricultural Institute explained in a press conference last March12, 2014 the development and deployment of Bt brinjal (eggplant) in Bangladesh. Dr. Mondal explained that the scientist team from Bangladesh Agricultural Institute (BARI) along with Mahyco-Monsanto have developed 9 varieties of Bt Brinjal and back crossed with its respective Bangladeshi varieties in 2005.

Sunday, 2014/04/06 | 05:46:29

The Circular No 02/2014/TT-BNNPTNT dated 24 January 2014 of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development regulating the order and procedures for granting and revoking the certificate for transgenic plants eligible for feed and food use will begin to take effect from March 10, 2014.

Sunday, 2014/04/06 | 05:46:14

Nucleic Acid Research & Discovery Conference will be held on June 19-20, 2014 in San Diego, CAThe intimate forum to discuss includes: Small Molecule Nucleic acid Hybrids (SMNH), Self-Transfecting Polymer Hybrids and Mini-Lariats, Streamlined Aptamer Selection, Gene Silencing, Case Studies: Novel Therapeutics Targeting Nucleic Acids.

Friday, 2014/04/04 | 07:59:38

Burkina Faso was the first country to launch ISAAA Brief 46 Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM crops: 2013 on 19th February 2014. The 5th Vice –President of the National Assembly, Mrs Korotimi Séré presided over the launch which was attended by high officials from the Ministry of Science and Technology, a representative of the ambassador of the United States to Burkina Faso,

Thursday, 2014/04/03 | 11:52:07

The International Wheat Yield Partnership (IWYP), a group that aims to increase wheat yields by 50 percent in 2034, was launched at the Borlaug Summit on Wheat for Food Security in Ciudad Obregón, Mexico. The program brings together research funders, international aid agencies, foundations, companies, and major wheat research organizations

Wednesday, 2014/04/02 | 08:02:33

Esnart Siandavu, 49, is engaged in a passionate discussion with a group of farmers on how to grow better crops.  Over the past 10 years, their Southern Zambian village of Muyumbela has been prone to extreme weather events such as floods and droughts. Crops and cattle have been destroyed, eliminating important sources of food and revenue and impacting the ability of families to send their children to school.

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