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Thursday, 2013/12/19 | 08:15:23

Researchers at University of Bayreuth analyzed the perceptions of about 500 Bavarian tenth graders regarding genetic engineering. By using mixed-methods approach, the students scored their hopes and fears about the technology on a 4-point Likert scale and wrote statements about their individual associations.

Wednesday, 2013/12/18 | 08:19:30

U Thein Sein, the President of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar has visited the International Rice Research Institute in Los Baños, Philippines to express his desire to continue his country's decades-long collaboration with the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI).

Saturday, 2013/12/14 | 10:20:25

The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) is leading collaborative research efforts to control the deadly maize lethal necrosis (MLN) disease that is devastating crops in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. First identified in farmers' fields in eastern Africa in 2011, MLN results from the combined infection of two plant viruses and can cause nearly 100 percent crop loss.

Friday, 2013/12/13 | 07:58:57

The First International Conference on "Food and Agriculture: New Approaches" was held at the National Research Center in Egypt in collaboration with the Arab Union for Sustainable Development and the Environment from 2 to 4 December 2013.

Thursday, 2013/12/12 | 14:25:28

Cacao has been grown in Indonesia for hundreds of years and since the 1980’s grew rapidly to be now the third largest producer in the world with annual production of 550,000 – 570,000 Metric Tons forecast in the 2012/2013 crop year. Since the early 2000’s there has been an ongoing decline in quality and productivity, which has undermined cacao farm profitability and presents a substantial risk to the survival of the industry in Indonesia, while at the same time global markets are strong

Thursday, 2013/12/12 | 08:10:58

A new report offers solutions to meet the world's growing food needs, while advancing economic development and environmental sustainability. The analysis finds that the world will need 70 percent more food in order to feed 9.6 billion people in 2050.

Tuesday, 2013/12/10 | 15:36:11

Throughout the world, invasive species are severely impacting agricultural, forest and urban ecosystems. In the US alone, biotic invasions are deemed to cost at least $137 billion dollars annually, while putting considerable pressure on native ecosystems and accelerating species decline or extinction. In Southeast Asia

Tuesday, 2013/12/10 | 08:16:04

Scientists from Japan and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) have discovered a rice gene that in preliminary testing increased production by 13-36 percent in modern long-grain indica rice varieties—the world's most widely grown types of rice. The gene, known as SPIKE can improve plant architecture without altering grain quality or growth periods.

Sunday, 2013/12/08 | 06:20:45

Ghana's Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry Nii Lantey Vanderpuye has reaffirmed the commitment of his  government to introduce Bt cotton farming. The Minister made the declaration when he visited the Bt cotton and Bt cowpea trial sites on 29 November in Tamale, Ghana. The Minister noted that the government was concerned that the country's cotton production was well below potential and that the government had identified introducing Bt cotton as one of the strategies for revamping the sector.

Saturday, 2013/12/07 | 06:55:20

The African Orphan Crops Consortium (AOCC) has launched the African Plant Breeding Academy to help improve the livelihoods of Africa's smallholder farmers and their families, reduce hunger, and boost Africa's food supply.

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