Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including droughts affecting Citrus in Bolivia, discovery of a phosphorous-boosting gene in rice and improved tea cultivars in Malawi.
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- Tomatoes will soon be resistant to whitefly
[Wetenschap] Resource, 13 September 2012
- Malawi: Drought-Resistant Tea Highlighted in Natural Product Research
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 14 September 2012
- Ecuador: Sigatoka disrupts banana export
FreshPlaza.com, 14 September 2012
- Newly-Discovered Rice Gene Could Boost Global Food Supply
Scientific American, 17 September 2012
- Grain aphid could be a greater threat this autumn
FWi – Arable News, 17 September 2012
- Asian insects make a beeline for Switzerland – swissinfo.ch
NAPIS Pest Tracker News, 18 September 2012
- Drought affects citrus production in Bolivia
FreshPlaza.com, 20 September 2012
- Timing critical for blackgrass control
FWi – Arable News, 24 September 2012
- Leaf Beetle Key to Ridding Southern Florida of Destructive Vine
NAPIS Pest Tracker News, 25 September 2012
- Mexican researchers pinpoint best melon growing conditions
Fresh Fruit Portal, 25 September 2012
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