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Sunday, 2014/11/09 | 11:00:35

One year after Typhoon Haiyan devastated coastal and farmland areas in the central Philippines, farmers and fishers are well on the road to recovery and building more resilient livelihoods. FAO, in close collaboration with the government of the Philippines, is reaching out to communities in severely affected areas through some 22 projects across the MIMAROPA, Western, Central and Eastern Visayas regions.

Saturday, 2014/11/08 | 08:21:26

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) scientist led by Zacchary Lippman has devised a way on how high fruit production of tomato can be attained with an increase of about 100 percent. This method was discovered in tomatoes by studying the two hormones, florigen and anti-florigen, which influence the imbalance in tomato's plant architecture. As Lippman stated, "Plant architecture results from a delicate balance between vegetative growth – shoots and leaves – and flower production.

Friday, 2014/11/07 | 10:48:03

More than 20 of Europe's most prominent plant scientists signed a joint letter warning that Europe may lose its research lead unless plant science is adequately funded. The most influential plant scientists from Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, and Sweden are concerned that European basic and applied plant science may be relegated to a second tier status.

Thursday, 2014/11/06 | 08:54:23

Despite the rapid adoption of genetically modified (GM) crops by farmers in many countries, controversies about this technology continue. Uncertainty about GM crop impacts is one reason for widespread public suspicion. Wilhelm Klümper and Matin Qaim from the University of Goettingen (Germany) have carried out a meta-analysis of the agronomic and economic impacts of GM crops to consolidate the evidences.

Wednesday, 2014/11/05 | 07:55:44

Ha Noi, Viet Nam. The Department of Livestock Production (DLP) of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), and the Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD) of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Viet Nam, launched “Towards safer Hatcheries”, a training film and an advocacy film for small and medium scale hatchery biosecurity in Viet Nam with the financial support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). 

Tuesday, 2014/11/04 | 07:27:28

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) scientists and alumnus are closer in identifying the genetic code of grape crown gall. Grape crown gall is a bacterial disease which attacks the vascular tissue, causing formation of galls and suppression in the transport of water and nutrients. This disease can lead to yield reduction, affecting the growth of the grape industry.

Monday, 2014/11/03 | 07:33:46

After a poor rainy season, parts of southern Somalia are now being hit by severe bouts of floods, further aggravating the already alarming food security situation in the Horn of Africa nation, experts at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) have warned. With the devastation of the 2011 famine still fresh in the minds of many, Somalia once again finds itself in a humanitarian crisis.

Sunday, 2014/11/02 | 06:01:21

A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) agronomist in North Carolina has used an imaging technique he developed to uncover fresh details about what happens to oats when they freeze. The work by David P. Livingston, who is with the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in Raleigh, has implications for growers.

Saturday, 2014/11/01 | 06:34:36

ISAAA releases Brief 48: Adoption and Uptake Pathways of GM/Biotech Crops by Small-scale, Resource-poor Farmers in China, India, and the Philippines. The Brief shows how modern biotechnology has transformed farming into a profession that harvests agronomic and socio-cultural benefits beyond promise.

Friday, 2014/10/31 | 08:00:37

Around 1,500 individuals from 69 countries are gathered for the 4th International Rice Congress (IRC2014) at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC) in Thailand from October 27 to November 1, 2014. IRC is known as the "Olympics of rice science" because it is the largest gathering of individuals involved in rice science held every four years.


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