Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including two new types of coffee rust found in Costa Rica, the release of two extra-early maturing white maize Hybrids in Nigeria and the farmers who are diversifying their crops to increase resilience to climate change.
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- Mexico: A gene from spinach helps citrus resist disease
Fresh Plaza, 27th August 2013
- Colombia: Banana fibre to compete with glass and carbon fibre
Fresh Plaza, 26th August 2013
- Two New Types of Coffee Rust Found in Costa Rica
Tico Times, 23rd August 2013
- Peru explores Asian papaya variety for disease resistance
Fresh Fruit Portal, 22nd August 2013
- Gambia: Towards Food Self-Sufficiency
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 19th August 2013
- Nigeria releases two extra-early maturing white maize hybrids
IITA News, 17th August 2013
- Africa: Pesticide Risks Need More Research and Regulation
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 15th August 2013
- Farmers Increasing Resilience to Climate Change by Diversifying Crops
Environmental News Network, 15th August 2013
- How will crops fare under climate change? Depends on how you ask
EurekAlert, 14th August 2013
- Madagascar: Eating Locusts No Substitute for Madagascar’s Lost Rice Harvests
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 14th August 2013
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