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Monday, 2019/08/19 | 07:41:22

There has been a baffling absence of an international alliance to track and respond to the movement of invasive species. The sun was mid-way up when the car that carried me and a few local agricultural officers pulled up in front of a farmhouse. We got out and walked behind the house. There we found a heavily damaged field of corn.

Sunday, 2019/08/18 | 07:25:50

FAO welcomes the IPCC special report released today, which gives a comprehensive and stark account on the damages being done to our planet, highlighting how unsustainable agricultural practices can turn land from an ally into a foe when it comes to climate change, and putting forward workable solutions to reduce or reverse these negative trends.

Saturday, 2019/08/17 | 07:15:06

Large lakes of liquid methane nestle between mountain ranges of solid water ice in the polar regions of Jupiter’s moon Titan (1, 2). This strange world illustrates in a quite dramatic fashion that the isoelectronic CH4 and H2O molecules display profoundly different physical properties including a 182 °C difference in their melting points at ambient pressure. Unlike methane, water molecules form strong hydrogen bonds with up to 4 neighbors, which explains the high melting point of ice compared to that of solid methane.

Friday, 2019/08/16 | 06:08:28

Across Africa the diets are changing. Twenty years ago rice was not a very common food in Africa. It was bought and consumed on occasions because the price was high. But the price of rice coming from the East, is cheap and is comparable to some of the cereals. Because of the low price, there was a big move towards rice consumption. Also, the countries in Africa have developed irrigation schemes and the local production is converting to rice.

Thursday, 2019/08/15 | 07:09:22

FAO welcomes the IPCC special report released today, which gives a comprehensive and stark account on the damages being done to our planet, highlighting how unsustainable agricultural practices can turn land from an ally into a foe when it comes to climate change, and putting forward workable solutions to reduce or reverse these negative trends.

Wednesday, 2019/08/14 | 08:17:44

Experts from Southwest University in China successfully reduced the susceptibility of Wanjincheng orange to citrus canker, a destructive disease of citrus causing losses worldwide. The results are published in Plant Biotechnology Reports.

Tuesday, 2019/08/13 | 08:20:17

The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (International Treaty) is celebrating 15 years since it has been entered into force on June 29, 2004. Now boasting a membership of 146 Contracting Parties, including the European Union, the International Treaty has been acknowledged by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as one of the Organization's "top 10 achievements."

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.

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