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Seed Speaks: Innovations in Seed Treatments

Seed World Group is taking a closer look at individuals and companies tackling agriculture’s biggest challenges in this season of Seed Speaks. Up first is...

Genetic Discovery Paves Way for Clone-Type Offspring in Plants

After a decade and a half of research, KeyGene, together with Wageningen University and Research and researchers from Japan and New Zealand, has made...

NBT Regulations’ Domino Effect on Global Trade and Innovation

Technological advancements are moving at lightning speed and governments around the world are struggling to keep pace. As agriculturalists look to new breeding techniques,...

From Our Desk: Innovations that Move the Needle

Mother Nature isn’t pulling any punches, insects continue to attack, diseases are evolving and countless other threats are bearing down on crops. As farmers...

Novel Genomic Techniques Status: Critical

Science is outpacing regulatory agencies around the world, and they’re scrambling to identify, categorize and regulate these new processes. As researchers create new ways...

2022: Expect Considerable Developments in the Review of EU Seed Regulations

This year will see a lot of developments on the review of the EU seed regulations. Get ready for what is to come. Quality Seed...

Essentially That’s Mine! – Learn All There is to Know About EDV’s

Do you know all there is to know about essentially derived varieties (EDVs)? Learn it here. Seeking Clarity on EDV System Roles, Accountabilities and Conditions EDV...

Giant Views to Read Over the Holidays

Miss catching up on the European Seed's Giant Views column this past year? We've gathered them in one easy spot so you can digest...

Because You Asked – 4 Niels Louwaars Not to Miss

Niels Louwaars works at Plantum in the Netherlands and is an external member of the Department of Business, Consumer and Competence Studies, Wageningen University...

Top Bee and Pollinator Stories of 2021

Undoubtedly, pollinators are some of the most critical organisms in the world. They contribute to human food supplies in incredible ways. So, they need...