Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including the effects of typhoons in Taiwan and China, a new strategy for almond irrigation in California and a crackdown on fake seed sellers in Kenya.
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- Agricultural losses from Typhoon Matmo reach nearly US$20 million
Fresh Plaza, 29th July 2014
- Coffee Rust in Guatemala
Environmental News Network, 28th July 2014
- New research aims to boost pea downy mildew resistance
Farmers Guardian, 26th July 2014
- Chinese banana harvest destroyed by typhoon
Fresh Plaza, 25th July 2014
- Kenya: Crackdown On Sellers of Fake Seeds
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 24th July 2014
- New hope for powdery mildew resistant barley
EurekAlert – Agriculture, 24th July 2014
- California almonds saved by diverting water from veggies
Fresh Plaza, 17th July 2014
- Kenya: Governors Urge State to Lift Ban On GMO Foods
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 17th July 2014
- Ghana: Tomato Disease Attacks Farms In Agotime-Ziope
Daily Guide, 11th July 2014
- The Coconut Graveyards of Mozambique
Concern Worldwide, 22nd June 2014
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