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Wednesday, 2013/05/29 | 07:56:24

Researchers from the University of Nairobi, ISAAA AfriCenter, and Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA) conducted a study to estimate the potential economic benefits of adopting Bt cotton in selected African countries

Tuesday, 2013/05/28 | 08:15:51

Scientists at Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária (Embrapa) in Brazil are developing a biotech soybean that can produce an anti-viral protein that can be used to fight human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

Tuesday, 2013/05/28 | 08:07:17

Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates stated during the International Agriculture and Food Security Briefing in Washington D.C. that investing in agriculture is essential to succeed against world poverty, adding that nothing improves an economy as efficiently as agriculture. Several congressmen and staff attended the briefing, along with key influencers in agricultural policy.

Monday, 2013/05/27 | 08:34:41

Brown planthoppers (BPH) insert their eggs into the leaf sheaths to avoid mortality. Thus only very few natural enemies can attack them. In rice ecosystems, there are however two groups that have adapted and can access the BPH eggs and they are the egg parasitoids and the mirid egg predator, Cyrtorhinus lividipennis.

Monday, 2013/05/27 | 08:20:15

With the global population predicted to grow by at least 25 per cent by 2050, the need for sustainable production of nutritious foods is critical for human and environmental health. Recent advances showthat specialized plantmembrane transporters can be used to enhance yields of staple crops

Sunday, 2013/05/26 | 19:08:19

Indonesia's National Genetically Modified Product Biosafety Commission (KKHPRG) has approved the world's first genetically modified sugarcane which will soon be commercialized. Dr. Bambang Purwantara, a member of the commission said that all the institutions mandated to approve biotech crops have given their approval to the drought resistant sugarcane.

Saturday, 2013/05/25 | 08:07:44

The US Agency for International Development (USAID) in partnership with The Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics (ACPFG) and Vibha Agrotech Limited will collaborate to develop wheat and rice with drought and salinity tolerance through genetic modification.

Wednesday, 2013/05/22 | 08:09:15

In a world of 9.5 billion people, global demand for food, fiber, and biofuels has to be met with minimal possible increases in land, water, fossil fuels, and the minerals used to produce fertilizers (1⇓⇓–4). The problem is debated at three levels: first, that agriculture will not be able to produce enough because it will come up against both biophysical and environmental limits that restrict yields (3, 5, 6)

Tuesday, 2013/05/21 | 07:59:38

A team of international experts has drawn up the Soil Atlas of Africa - the first such book mapping this key natural resource - to help farmers, land managers and policymakers understand the diversity and importance of soil and the need to manage it through sustainable use.

Monday, 2013/05/20 | 08:11:09

J.R. Simplot Company submitted a petition to U.S. authorities to deregulate biotech potatoes known as Innate. This potato variety have been genetically engineered to decrease production of acrylamide, a potential carcinogen, and reduce black spot bruising

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