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Tuesday, 2019/08/27 | 08:17:21

Wider, appropriate and long-term application of genetic improvement in aquaculture, with a focus on selective breeding, will help boost food production to meet a projected increase in demand for fish and fish products with relatively little extra feed, land, water and other inputs, according to a new FAO report launched today.

Monday, 2019/08/26 | 08:36:31

The challenge of a growing food demand in a changing climate has long driven the development of hardier bean varieties at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) based in Colombia. As part of a partnership with the Crop Trust-led Crop Wild Relatives Project (CWR), CIAT scientists are using conventional crop breeding techniques to transfer heat-tolerance traits from two wild types (accessions or samples) of tepary beans

Sunday, 2019/08/25 | 06:19:38

Eight months of the year was the most farmer Seydou Yolo’s harvest would last to feed his family of two wives and fifteen children. From then on, cattle would have to be sold to feed the family for the following four months. No amount of hard work could raise the yield from the farm of this farmer from Doundé village in Mopti region, Mali, beyond 4 tons, i.e., 3 tons from millet, 300 kg from sorghum, and 700 kg from groundnut, cowpea and fonio millet.

Saturday, 2019/08/24 | 06:56:33

Farine and Aplin (1) question the validity of our study reporting group-specific social dynamics in chimpanzees (2). As alternative to our approach, Farine and Aplin advance a “prenetwork permutation” methodology that tests against random assortment (3). We appreciate Farine and Aplin’s interest and applied their suggested approaches to our data. The new analyses revealed highly similar results to those of our initial approach

Friday, 2019/08/23 | 08:06:16

Almost 5 million pigs in Asia have now died or been culled because of the spread of African swine fever (ASF), a contagious viral disease that affects domestic and wild pigs and that was first detected in Asia one year ago this month. While not dangerous to humans, the disease causes up to 100% fatality in pigs, leading to severe economic losses to the pig sector. 
 

Thursday, 2019/08/22 | 09:18:02

Plastic is so prevalent in our lives that we don’t even notice it anymore. It is convenient. It is cheap. It is ubiquitous. The unfortunate truth is that more than 70 percent of the plastic we use does not get recycled, and much of this plastic trash gets swept into our oceans from beaches or gets washed into rivers from our streets. An estimated 5 trillion pieces of plastic currently float in our oceans.

Wednesday, 2019/08/21 | 08:52:40

A year after the European Court of Justice ruled that genome editing technology should be classified as being the same as genetic modification, Professor Achim Dobermann, Director and Chief Executive of Rothamsted Research, responded to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's pledge "…to liberate the UK's extraordinary bio-science sector from anti-genetic modification rules and...develop the blight-resistant crops that will feed the world."

Tuesday, 2019/08/20 | 09:40:57

With the USDA approval, the HB4 trait now has regulatory approval in more than 80 percent of the global soybean market. The HB4 trait has already been approved in Argentina in 2018 and in Brazil in 2019. Regulatory submissions are currently under consideration by China, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Uruguay. Import approval from China is needed for commercial launch in Argentina, and is now expected in 2020.

Monday, 2019/08/19 | 07:38:38

Crop losses due to insect pests and diseases are a major threat to farming communities globally. In the case of rice, up to 37% of economic losses are caused by insect pests and disease infestation. Timely and accurate disease and insect pest diagnosis and management can not only reduce crop losses, but also help protect the environment.

Sunday, 2019/08/18 | 07:25:11

It is often said that young people are the future. However, when we talk about rural youth, the reality is that not many see a future in agriculture or in their places of origin. Lack of access to land, technology, credit or productive resources push many rural youth to consider migration, often to urban areas, as their only option to achieve a better future.

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