Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including the management of Kanjarai leaf spot of banana in India, a UF/IFAS study into monitoring a major berry pest and the invention of the most efficient technology of vegetable growing in Japan.
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- Adverse weather conditions hit plum production in Kashmir
Fresh Plaza, 11th August 2014
- UK: First GM crops enriched with nutrients ready for harvest
Telegraph, 5th August 2014
- Plant Disease Experts from 45 Countries to Make “Plant Health Connections”
Digital Journal, 6th August 2014
- KARI raises alarm over lethal maize disease
Standard Digital Business, 6th August 2014
- Most efficient technology of vegetable growing invented in Japan
Fresh Plaza, 31st July 2014
- UF/IFAS Study Finds Simple Solution to Monitoring Major Berry Pest
International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences, 31st July 2014
- India: Kanjarai leaf spot management in banana
The Hindu, 30th July 2014
- Experts meet in Accra to deal with plant pest
Ghana News Agency, 30th July 2014
- Saving seeds the right way can save the world’s plants
EurekAlert – Agriculture, 30th July 2014
- Sustainable Agriculture Could Save Millions and Conserve Natural Resources
Green Africa Directory, July 16th 2014
See more plant health news on the Plantwise Knowledge Bank.
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