Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including the discovery of a microbe that could help control rice blast, concern over the effects of erratic rainfall on crops in Somalia and the discovery of a gene encoding resistance to stem and fruit rot of pepper.
Click on the link to read more of the latest plant health news!
- Blunting rice disease
EurekAlert! – Agriculture, 2nd June 2014
- Somalia: Late, erratic rainfall raises concerns about harvest prospects and food security
FAO News – Agriculture & crops, 2nd June 2014
- Costa Rican banana industry unites to block Panama disease
Fresh Fruit Portal, 30th May 2014
- 3,000 rice genome sequences made publicly available on World Hunger Day
EurekAlert – Agriculture, 28th May 2014
- Bringing science, business, visionaries and politics together for sustainable food systems
Bioversity International, 28th May 2014
- Scientists Identify Disease Resistance Gene in Pepper
Crop Biotech Update, 28th May 2014
- Resilience critical to end hunger and undernutrition by 2025
IFPRI info, 23rd May 2014
- Honduras: Citrus crops increase despite disease affecting plantations
Fresh Plaza, 22nd May 2014
- Africa: Progress Reported in Global Food and Nutrition Security, but Significant Challenges Lie Ahead
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 20th May 2014
- Stakeholders recommend solution to challenges in Ghana’s citrus industry
Modern Ghana, 20th May 2014
See more plant health news on the Plantwise Knowledge Bank.
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