agriculture

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Scientists in ARS's Crop Improvement and Protection Research Unit at Salinas, California, conduct field trials of pesticides applied on a wide range of food crops, from baby greens, fresh peas, and strawberries to herbs, such as basil, coriander, and dill.
Past and current literatures about Cameroon have consistently point out the all-important role of women in food crop production.
This is the concentration threshold that has been observed to cause reductions in the yields of food crops.
and will facilitate the aggressive development of our food crops and biomass feedstocks for liquid transportation fuels, coal replacement and biochemicals.
The subsidized credits carry a 6% interest each excepting credit for food crop on which the interest is 10%.
THE fate of genetically modified ( GM) food crops in India has been virtually sealed.
Companies in this sector now must wrestle with legitimate public concerns about biotech, food crop contamination, species diversity, genetic drift and environmental impact.
The organophosphate diazinon--the most widely used pesticide on residential lawns--was banned for all indoor uses by 2001 and for all lawn, garden and turf uses by 2003; phase-out for 20 food crop uses has also begun.
The meeting has drawn more than 450 participants from governments, science and civil society to Muscat, Oman, where they are discussing plans for sharing food crop varieties among farmers and plant breeders around the world and the Treaty activities over the next two years.
While public consultation on Bt brinjal was on, Science and Technology Minister Prithviraj Chavan had the guts to announce that the food crop was safe for human consumption.
Washington, July 9 (ANI): In a new study, scientists have obtained first evidence that the use of weed killers in farmers' fields boosts the nutritional value of an important food crop.
Commission proposes extension to food crop seed quality control system: The European Commission has proposed extending the European Union's (EU) food crop seed quality control regime to many seeds imported from non-EU countries, including those for beet and oils.
Data have also shown that cassava, a staple food crop in tropical and subtropical regions due to its tolerance of arid conditions, may experience yield reductions in high CO2.
The shipment included almost 90,000 samples of hundreds of crop species, from food crop collections maintained by Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, USA, and three international agricultural research centers in Syria, Mexico and Colombia.