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Protecting Europe’s Plants: Pest Survey Cards Go Digital

The first batch of EFSA’s plant pest survey cards are now available in an easy-to-use interactive format. Ten of the existing 28 cards –...

The Future Starts Now

Seed breeders hold the keys to combating climate change. Climate change may seem like a hard case to crack, but seed breeders are working to...

Genetic Discovery Sheds Light on Sodium Tolerance in Barley Crops

Scientists have identified a natural variation in a gene that influences sodium content in barley crops, a finding which may help advance the development...

Computomics Contributing to BMBF Funded Project Maze Phase 2

Together with academic and industry partners, Computomics will help to access native diversity in landraces to improve quantitative traits relevant for crop production in...

IKBFU Scientists Have Discovered a Way to Increase Wheat Immunity

lts of the research, which were financed by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and the government of the Kaliningrad region, were recently published in the...

Protecting Plants, Protecting Life

The IYPH is an opportunity to raise global awareness on how protecting plant health can help The United Nations General Assembly declared 2020 as the...

Scientists Take a Step Closer to Heat-Tolerant Wheat

Researchers working on molecular-level responses in crops have taken a step closer to their goal of producing heat-tolerant wheat. Smart thermostats tell air conditioners to...

Wheat Success for Early Career Researcher

A John Innes Centre student has received international recognition for her outstanding contribution to wheat research. Anna Backhaus, a PhD rotation student, is one of...

Crops Sown in a Uniform Spatial Pattern Produce Higher Yields and Reduce Environmental Impact

One of the greatest challenges facing humanity is how to grow more food while reducing the negative impacts of agriculture upon the environment. Our...

Plant Viruses May Provide Pipeline for Increased Vaccine Production

Plant viruses can be just as devastating for agricultural crops and the security of food supply as some of the world's most notorious viruses,...