Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including farmers abandoning rice crops due to poor returns, crops in Bangladesh destroyed by a cyclone and trading conflict for coffee in Democratic Republic of Congo.
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- Genomics Reveals Great Famine Culprit
Scientific American, 21st May 2013
- Soybean Cyst Nematode
NAPIS Pest Tracker News, 21st May 2013
- Egypt: Food Security and Nutritional Status Worsening Amidst Economic Challenges
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 21st May 2013
- Pesticide Makers Seek Answers as Bee Losses Sting Agriculture
Scientific American, 20th May 2013
- Cyclone destroys homes and crops in Bangladesh
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 20th May 2013
- Boost for macadamia farmers
Popular Standard Digital News Feeds, 13th May 2013
- Farmers abandon rice growing due to poor returns
BusinessDailyHome, 13th May 2013
- Should Ghana go for GM crops to feed 25 million people?
Ghana Business News, 13th May 2013
- 400 PPM: Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere Reaches Prehistoric Levels
Scientific American, 9th May 2013
- Congo-Kinshasa: Trading Conflict for Coffee in DRC
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 8th May 2013
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