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Wednesday, 2015/10/14 | 07:56:33

Enhancement of sugar content and sweetness is desirable in some vegetables and most fruits. However, biotechnological methods to increase sugar content are limited. The research team led by G. H. M. Sagor of Tohoku University in Japan introduced a completely novel approach to produce sweeter tomato fruits with no negative effects on plant growth.

Tuesday, 2015/10/13 | 08:05:43

FAO 9 October 2015, Rome - Delegates from the136 member nations of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA) have given their approval to set up an international information gateway for the genetic data of food crop seeds.

Monday, 2015/10/12 | 07:54:36

The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) released a paper titled Process labels can effectively bridge the informational gap between producers and consumers, which presents a systematic review of present food process labels and their impact on food and agricultural sector.

Saturday, 2015/10/10 | 09:51:52

With the fast economic growth expanding the urban population in Viet Nam, demand for food has been increasing in a fast pace in the recent years. Poultry has been an important source of animal protein, approximately 4,650,000kg poultry meat being consumed monthly in the Vietnam’s capital Hanoi (source: Ha Noi Trade Department, 2014).

Friday, 2015/10/09 | 08:45:10

Scientists from the University of California, Riverside and the International Rice Research Institute discovered the secret to how rice seeds might be able to withstand flood. The findings are published in Nature Plants.

Thursday, 2015/10/08 | 07:51:45

FAO 2 October 2015, Rome - FAO and the European Agricultural Machinery Industry Association CEMA , an international non-profit organisation, today forged a new partnership that aims to promote wider use of sustainable agricultural mechanization in developing countries.

Wednesday, 2015/10/07 | 07:58:19

Delegates from 29 East and South African cotton growing countries participate in a week long study tour to Bt cotton fields in India from September 27 to October 2, 2015. The "Seeing is believing" study tour is being conducted by the South Asia Biotechnology Centre (SABC), New Delhi, in collaboration with the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), U.S. Department of Agriculture, and ISAAA AfriCenter.

Tuesday, 2015/10/06 | 07:46:24

The Argentine government has created a way for its citizens to express their opinion on the introduction of new genetically engineered (GE) seeds into the country. The first GE crop available for public comment is an herbicide tolerant soybean variety.

Monday, 2015/10/05 | 10:52:53

African leaders in agriculture are gathered for the four-day Africa Green Revolution Forum (ADRF) which opens in Lusaka, Zambia today until October 2, 2015. The event is organized by the AGRF Partners Group, the Government of Zambia and the Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA). This year's theme is "Walking the Talk on Youth and Women: Bringing Inclusive Agricultural Markets to Life

Friday, 2015/10/02 | 08:15:43

FAO 1 October 2015, Kathmandu - The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization welcomes the promulgation of Nepal's new constitution which has enshrined the Right to Food as a fundamental right for its citizens, FAO's Representative in Nepal said today.

 

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