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Monday, 2019/08/12 | 08:14:22

Improved plant varieties that can withstand pests and diseases using fewer resources, plants exhibiting stable yield amidst unstable climate, and plants with improved productivity through efficient use of water, land, and nutrients, can help contribute to achieve the goal of meeting the global challenges. Jorasch emphasized the long history of innovation in plant breeding.

Sunday, 2019/08/11 | 06:50:59

Over 100 participants from eight South and South-East Asian countries attended the “Regional Workshop on Fall Armyworm Management in Asia” organized in Hyderabad. The Fall Armyworm (FAW) is one of the most destructive crop pests and has invaded crops in India and other countries in the region including Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. Speaking at the opening day of the three-day workshop, Katherine Hadda, US Consul General in Hyderabad, said, “The US Government is working to address the Fall Armyworm in several African countries.

Saturday, 2019/08/10 | 08:11:10

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and the Tao Commodity Trader, Inc. (TCTI) – a subsidiary of Tao Corporation (http://www.taocommunity.com/home), one of the Philippines’ Top 500 diversified business groups – have signed a seven-year Limited Exclusivity Commercial License Agreement to promote the commercialization and nationwide distribution of seeds of three IRRI-developed elite rice hybrids: Mestiso 71, Mestiso 77, and Mestiso 89.

Friday, 2019/08/09 | 06:04:01

The Agrisure Duracade® trait (event 5307) offers a healthier corn crop and higher yield potential through a new trait rotational option for CRW management. Syngenta says that the trait is different from the other traits available in the market. It has a unique mode of action to control CRW by expressing a protein that binds differently in the CRW's gut and is stacked with a proven mode of action against the pest. This results in a 4.1 bushel-per-acre advantage over their products that did not have the trait.

Thursday, 2019/08/08 | 08:23:51

Researchers from Naturegenic reported a new method for precise genome engineering using a preassembled CRISPR-Cas9 ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complex. Traditional trait development used to depend on genetic variations from spontaneous or artificial mutation, however, these methods lead to low probability of generating the desired traits. The new method reported in Transgenic Researchjournal showed to be more precise and can be used among different species without leaving any foreign DNA footprint in the genomes.

Wednesday, 2019/08/07 | 08:04:56

Qu Dongyu marked his first day in office as Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations by outlining some of his priorities, including stepping up global efforts to achieve Zero Hunger and spearheading initiatives that focus on making agriculture more sustainable. Qu began by greeting staff at the agency's Rome headquarters and visiting them in their individual offices.

Tuesday, 2019/08/06 | 08:40:48

On July 25, 2018, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that plants developed through genome editing are also genetically modified organisms (GMOs) which are not exempt from GMO legislation. The EU GMO legislation issued in 2001 no longer correctly reflects the current state of scientific research and knowledge, according to the Open Statement for the use of genome editing for sustainable agriculture and food production in the EU, released by the European scientific community on July 25, 2019.

Monday, 2019/08/05 | 08:21:10

On July 26, 2019, the European Commission authorized 10 genetically modified organisms (GMOs), seven for food and feed uses (cotton GHB614 x LLCotton25 x MON1598maize 5307, maize MON 87403maize 4114maize MON87411, maize Bt11 x MIR162 x 1507 x GA21soybean MON87751), two renewed authorizations also for food and feed (oilseed rape Ms8xRf3 and maize 1507 x NK603), and one carnation as ornamental cut flower.

Sunday, 2019/08/04 | 05:13:14

This theme focuses on building a durable framework for enhanced food security that endeavors to provide smallholder rice farmers with reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable food and income. Improvements to agricultural productivity are achieved by identifying and exploiting integrated genetic and crop management solutions that realize synergistic benefits otherwise unattainable by a single strategy. There is a lack of food security for smallholder farmers, with hunger, malnutrition, and poverty traps preventing improvements in livelihood. Hundreds of millions of people are in this situation globally, with many regions of South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa extensively and severely affected.

Saturday, 2019/08/03 | 06:55:40

Huazhong Agricultural University scientists elucidated the molecular mechanisms involved in self-incompatibility of rapeseed (Brassica napus). Flowering plants exhibit self-incompatibility or the ability to prevent inbreeding by rejecting their own pollen. Since the regulation of self-incompatibility in rapeseed is yet to be understood, this was explored by Fang Chen and colleagues and reported the results in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences.

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