Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including the synopsis, productivity and efficiency of smallholder teff farmers in Ethiopia, the implementation of a project to control fruit fly in Ecuador, and the production and saving seed in Papua New Guinea.
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- Kenya: New Maize Storage Bags to Reduce Post Harvest Losses
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 17th November 2015
- High yield crops a step closer in light of photosynthesis discovery
EurekAlert – Agriculture, 16th November 2015
- Ecuador is implementing a project to control the fruit fly
Fresh Plaza, 16th November 2015
- Synopsis, Productivity and efficiency of smallholder teff farmers in Ethiopia
IFPRI info, 16th November 2015
- Parasitic fungi and the battle against coffee rust disease
EurekAlert – Agriculture, 13th November 2015
- New Bt variety to end woes of cotton farmers
AgriBiz, 13th November 2015
- El Niño to further affect Philippine banana supplies
Fresh Fruit Portal, 10th November 2015
- Ethiopia: Integrated Approach in Expanding SSI Schemes
AllAfrica News: Food and Agriculture, 6th November 2015
- Producing and saving seed in Papua New Guinea
AVRDC, 6th November 2015
- Study: Ground-level ozone reduces maize and soybean yields
EurekAlert – Agriculture, 5th November 2015
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