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Thursday, 2022/11/17 | 08:29:19

Duckweed, a common aquatic plant, was the latest interest for innovation by scientists from the United States Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory who thought of engineering the plant to produce high yields of oil that can be harvested to produce biofuels and other bioproducts. The scientists thought of duckweed considering how fast it grows and most of the plant's biomass is in its leaf-like fronds that grow on the surface of ponds.


Wednesday, 2022/11/16 | 08:12:54

Prior to the field trials that were conducted Tando Jam, Pakistan during Kharif seasons of 2019-2020 and 2020-2021, the transgenic cotton variety underwent molecular analysis to confirm the presence of the three genes, bioassay tests to prove its resistance against the three insect pests, glyphosate assay for herbicide tolerance, and plant characterization to identify the best-performing transgenic cotton line.

Tuesday, 2022/11/15 | 08:47:29

Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have discovered that plants can change their root direction and grow away from saline areas. This discovery changes current understanding of how plants change their shape and growth direction and may help alleviate the accelerating global problem of high soil salinity. Professor Staffan Persson of the University of Copenhagen's Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences said that the world needs crops that can better withstand salt.


Monday, 2022/11/14 | 08:18:29

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) launched seeds into space as part of their initiative to develop crops that can withstand the impacts of climate change. The Arabidopsis and sorghum seeds are traveling to the International Space Station staring November 7, 2022, at the same time when leaders met at the UN Climate Change Conference COP 27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, to tackle the environmental challenges that we are facing today, including the impact of climate change on agrifood systems.


Sunday, 2022/11/13 | 06:38:40

This week, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is hosting two sessions starting with the fifth global meeting of the Farmers’ Forum February 17-20th in Rome, Italy. The Farmers’ Forum is a bottom-up consultation process which creates a dialogue between small farmers’ and rural producers’ organizations, IFAD, and governments centered around rural development and poverty reduction. In celebration of the International Year of Family Farming (IYFF), IFAD will sponsor a side event on family farming, as well as a special session on small-scale fisheries.

Saturday, 2022/11/12 | 06:38:20

To form a learning alliance that has an interest to address climate-related issues in the Mekong Delta of Cambodia, the CGIAR Initiative on Securing the Food Systems of Asian Mega-Deltas for Climate and Livelihood Resilience (AMD) conducted a workshop to build a network of diverse stakeholders in the provinces of Takeo and Prey Veng in Cambodia.

Friday, 2022/11/11 | 06:27:39

The transition to a green economy may be fundamental to the survival of people and planet, but it is the realisation of blue prosperity – from oceans, rivers and lakes – that will determine the future well-being of billions of the world’s most vulnerable people. Fish and other aquatic foods provide an essential source of protein and other nutrients for some three billion people worldwide. But if greenhouse gas emissions remain high, fisheries and aquaculture in every country will face high or very high climate hazards by 2100.

Thursday, 2022/11/10 | 08:05:28

The benchmark for world food commodity prices was broadly stable in October, with rising cereal prices more than offset by declines in quotations for other staples, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reported Friday. The FAO Food Price Index, which tracks monthly changes in the international prices of a basket of commonly traded food commodities, averaged 135.9 points during the month of October, negligibly below its level in September

Wednesday, 2022/11/09 | 08:14:50

Researchers from Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology in Brazil reported two susceptibility genes that could be alternative sources of resistance to rice blast pathogen Pyricularia oryzae. Their findings are published in Rice Science. Rice blast is one of the most ubiquitous and destructive diseases affecting rice production worldwide.


Tuesday, 2022/11/08 | 08:12:21

In the 1950s, Panama disease decimated the world's banana industry, which was helped by the introduction of a new Cavendish variety. However, a new race of the fungus, known as Tropical Race 4, recently swept across the continents and through the Cavendish banana plantations. All efforts to control the disease in Cavendish bananas have, so far, failed.


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