Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including the promotion of grain storage bags to prevent pest damage in Kenya, the fight against herbicide-resistant weeds and managing Fusarium wilt disease in watermelon.
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- Farmers in Kenya demonstrate the effectiveness of PICS grain storage bags in preventing pest damage
International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences, 8th October 2014
- Policy Seminar: Food Consumption Patterns and Nutritional Status in Pakistan
IFPRI info, 7th October 2014
- The Year of the IPPC Official Contact Point (2014/15)
IPPC News, 7th October 2014
- Brazil: Portable detection for citrus greening
Fresh Plaza, 7th October 2014
- Africa: Ministers Meet At FAO to Discuss Role of Commodity Markets
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 6th October 2014
- Kenya: Varsity Researchers to Help Curb Elgeyo Maize Disease
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 29th September 2014
- How we can fight against herbicide-resistant weeds
International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences, 25th September 2014
- Can genetic engineering help food crops better tolerate drought?
EurekAlert – Agriculture, 25th September 2014
- Managing diseases caused by Fusarium: The case of watermelon wilt
MSU Extension, 25th September 2014
- Influência do nitrogênio na qualidade do trigo
Embrapa, 23rd September 2014
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