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Bee Health: New Data Hub Goes Live

The EU Bee Partnership (EUBP) has unveiled a new online data platform that will play a crucial role in efforts to protect bee and...

Decoding Crop Genetics with Artificial Intelligence

We live in a time when it’s never been easier or less expensive to sequence a plant’s complete genome. But knowing all a plant’s...

Blend More. Apply More. Save More.

USC’S HUB Blending System is shaking up the way treatments are applied to seed. USC has developed another industry-changing, seed treating application system that is...

Automated Video Tracking, Behaviour Analysis of Insects Supports the Breeding of Resistant Plant Varieties

Noldus Information Technology announces the commercial release of EntoLab™, a novel computerized system for automated high-throughput screening of insect behavior, jointly developed with Wageningen...

BASF Receives Approval for Canola Seed Treatment

BASF has received Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) approval for their Vercoras seed treatment for InVigor hybrid canola, the company says in...

Rabobank and Koppert Biological Systems Partnering for Sustainable Financing for the Second Time

Rabobank and Koppert have been working together for a long time and there is a clear match when it comes to their vision for...

Farm Robots Are The Future; Let’s Start Preparing Now, Researcher Argues

No longer science fiction, farm robots are already here--and they have created two possible extremes for the future of agriculture and its impacts on...

Remote Control for Plants

Plant researchers have a potent new tool at disposal: In the journal Science Advances, a research team from Würzburg shows how to close the...

All Farmers in Mainland Australian States Now Free To Grow GM Crops

1 July 2021 marks the expiry of the NSW GM crop moratorium, meaning every mainland state can now access all approved GM crops. This...

Research Institutes Launch Innovative Collaboration to Combat Crop Disease

An ambitious collaboration between the John Innes Centre and the University of Hertfordshire will fast track urgently needed solutions to the growing problem of...