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Date：Apr. 23, 2015 Category：Science&Research
A major international collaboration has cracked the genetic code of upland cotton, which accounts for more than 90 percent of cultivated cotton worldwide.
Date：Apr. 7, 2015 Category：Regulations
The Labor Party in Western Australia has said all GM crops would be banned if it wins the next state election.
Date：Mar. 31, 2015 Category：Markets
US analysts' predictions showed a fall in corn plantings in the US this year ahead of the USDA planting survey, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner.
Date：Mar. 27, 2015 Category：Science&Research
Kansas State University scientists have released findings of a two-year study of the genetic diversity of wheat, that could aid future crop improvement.
Date：Mar. 26, 2015 Category：Markets
Even though government has not fix any target for hybrid rice production, India’s hybrid rice sowing acreage has exceeded 2.5 million hectares during 2014, Ind...
Date：Mar. 9, 2015 Category：Markets
Indian government has set a target of 30 million tonnes of wheat procurement in rabi marketing season (RMS) 2015-16, Raosaheb Patil Danve, Indian minister of st...
Date：Mar. 6, 2015 Category：Markets
India will be investing $32 million on promotion of national agricultural market through agri-tech infrastructure fund (ATIF) to be implemented during 2014-15 t...
Date：Mar. 2, 2015 Category：Markets
India’s rabi crop sowing area coverage has recorded a negative growth at 61.79 million hectares as on February 20, 2015, registering a drop of 4.14 million hec...
Date：Feb. 17, 2015 Category：Science&Research
Important insecticides, Neonicotinoid and fipronil, have a range of impacts on birds, mammals and fish, according to a new review of scientific literature.
Date：Jan. 15, 2015 Category：Markets
Over the weekend rains have been favourable in Mato Grosso, one of Brazil’s largest soybean growing states, providing good moisture for the growing crops.
India’s rabi sowing has recorded a drop of over 3.09 million hectares at 56.61 million hectares as on January 9, 2015, as per the data released by Directorate ...
To take agriculture cooperation between two countries to new level, Israel has signed the third phase of agriculture cooperation project for next three years (2...
Date：Jan. 9, 2015 Category：Products
Scientists at Rothamsted Research, which is strategically supported by BBSRC, in collaboration with other researchers globally have improved an Open Access inte...
Date：Dec. 31, 2014 Category：Science&Research
Genetic traits in weedy rice may someday be used to develop sturdy, high-yield varieties of cultivated rice that will flourish in the face of climate change, th...
Date：Dec. 22, 2014 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The 2014 HGCA Agronomists’ Conference kicked off with an in-depth analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of a range of cereal fungicides, with a presentation...
Date：Dec. 18, 2014 Category：Markets
A drop in EU rapeseed production in 2015 was forecast at Copa-Cogeca oilseeds working party as first results of the neonicotinoid seed treatment ban start to em...
Date：Dec. 5, 2014 Category：Markets
India has recorded a drop in rabi area coverage at 36.09 million hectares as of November 28, as per rabi crops data released by directorate of economics and sta...
Date：Jul. 4, 2014 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Bayer remains committed to environmentally safe use of its products. More than 100 studies have concluded that when used according to label instructions, neonic...
Date：Jul. 4, 2014 Category：Markets
The global market for seed treatment is expected to reach $5.61 billion by 2020. Seed treatment demand is expected to increase due to growing need for protectio...
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Date：Jul. 3, 2014 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Hillary Rodham Clinton was the keynote speaker at a luncheon during the BIO International Convention in San Diego, California, USA and was interviewed by Jim Gr...