Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including surveillance robots that can detect weeds and pest insects, a focus on gender capacity development in Ethiopia and smallholder farmers in Africa adopting practices to improve their field soil health.
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- Sky-high robots detecting weeds
Rural, 27th August 2014
- Ghana: Ashesi students launch project to reinvent pineapple farming in E/R
Fresh Plaza, 25th August 2014
- Ethiopia: Solving Gender Issue – Solving Food Security
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 23rd August 2014
- Africa: Better Soil Protection Boosts Crop Yields in Africa – Report
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 22nd August 2014
- New maize disease worries Burera farmers
In2EastAfrica, 21st August 2014
- Growers face further EU restrictions on pesticides
Farmers Weekly, 16th August 2014
- Southern Africa: Food Security Improving in SADC
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 15th August 2014
- Genetically engineered fruit flies could save crops
EurekAlert – Agriculture, 12th August 2014
- Food of the future: what will feed 7 billion people?
The Guardian, 12th August 2014
- Argentina: Huanglongbing: Si algo no tiene cura, la única salida es la prevención… pero algo no se hizo bien
Chajarí al Día, 11th August 2014
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