Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including Hydroponic lettuce production in Vietnam, Indian fruit growers demanding ban on counterfeit pesticides and Tuta absoluta hits Nigeria.
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- Rwanda: Gicumbi Farmers Reap Big From Cooperative Farming, Marketing
All Africa News, 31st May 2016
- Indian fruit growers demand counterfeit pesticides ban
Fresh Plaza, 31st May 2016
- Nigeria: FG Confirms Six States Hit By Tuta absoluta
All Africa News, 25th May 2016
- Mechanism for herbicide resistance in Palmer amaranth identified
AgroNews, 20th May 2016
- Don’t jump the gun on pest control
Grainews, 20th May 2016
- GM and Bt crops are ideal for drought conditions
The New Indian Express, 19th May 2016
- CIMMYT battles wheat blast outbreak in Bangladesh
Capital Press, 18th May 2016
- Pioneering Rice Planting Technology in Cambodia
AgTechXChange, 17th May 2016
- Vietnam: Hydroponic lettuce production and biological control of pests
Fresh Plaza, 18th May 2016
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