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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

Monday, 2013/05/20 | 05:42:32

Researchers have discovered nearly 4,600 wild relatives of crop plants in the United States, including close relatives of globally important food crops such as sunflower, bean, sweet potato, and strawberry.

Thursday, 2013/05/16 | 14:56:18

Today’s agriculture and food production face challenging issues like the rising demand for biofuels and alternative and green energy sources, increasing globalization, global climate change risks, and the rise of hypermarkets. These 21st century realities bring about a dynamic set of challenges that require unique skills from agricultural leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

Thursday, 2013/05/16 | 13:06:52

Cairo University hosted the 2013 Biotechnology Day organized by the Egyptian Biotechnology Information Center (EBIC) on April 20, 2013. Prof. Ahmed Sharaf, Dean of the Faculty of Biotechnology, formally opened the celebration passing his warmest wishes to the new generation of the biotechnology students

Thursday, 2013/05/16 | 07:57:26

Researchers from the University of Illinois, University of California Los Angeles, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have sequenced the genome of the sacred lotus, a plant known to symbolize longevity because its seeds can survive up to 1,300 years

Tuesday, 2013/05/14 | 07:52:18

While insects can be slimy, cringe-inducing creatures, often squashed on sight by humans, a new book released today by the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) says beetles, wasps and caterpillars are also an unexplored nutrition source that can help address global food insecurity.

Monday, 2013/05/13 | 08:15:54

The Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) has developed two varieties of Napier grass that are resistant to the Smut and Stunt diseases. Napier grass, a main fodder in Africa, has been severely affected by the two diseases that hit the region 20 years ago. The two varieties, Ouma and South Africa3, were developed by scientists at the KARI Center in Kakamega and a masters student from the Masinde Muliro University.

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