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Benefits of vegan diet's
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A Unique Study On Identical Twins Confirms The Health Benefits Of A Vegan Diet

Vegan is one of the most adopted diets around the world in this decade. But why is it gaining an ...

Curtin University and Wide Open Agriculture to commercialize lupin technology
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Curtin University and Wide Open Agriculture to commercialize lupin technology

The new agreement allows Curtin and Wide Open Agriculture to work together to develop and commercialise the new technology, which ...

Brazil gives visibility to rural women contributing to food production
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Brazil gives visibility to rural women contributing to food production

A campaign to give visibility to rural women – women of all regions, colors and ethnicities, who live and work ...

New method reveals whether your potato is organic or not
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New method reveals whether your potato is organic or not

Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have developed a new approach that helps public agencies and commercial interests combat fraudulently-labelled ...

Research into resistances in wild potatoes for new disease-free potato varieties
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Research into resistances in wild potatoes for new disease-free potato varieties

Wageningen University & Research (WUR) will investigate wild potato varieties for resistance to a wide range of potato diseases and ...

Danish soy and palm oil imports account for 7 million tonnes of CO2 emissions every year
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Danish soy and palm oil imports account for 7 million tonnes of CO2 emissions every year

A new report released by University of Copenhagen researchers indicates that Danish soybean and palm oil imports account for seven ...

New planting guidelines could boost edamame profits
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New planting guidelines could boost edamame profits

Edamame may be a niche crop in the United States, but growers and processors still need the best possible information ...

Newly discovered plant gene could boost phosphorus intake
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Newly discovered plant gene could boost phosphorus intake

Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have discovered an important gene in plants that could help agricultural crops collaborate better ...

New findings share how prescribed fire, no-till impact soil microbes
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New findings share how prescribed fire, no-till impact soil microbes

In some ways, farming is like cooking. Cooking would be much easier if we could leave the kitchen after eating ...

Planted Non-Bt Corn? Plan to Scout for European Corn Borer
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Planted Non-Bt Corn? Plan to Scout for European Corn Borer

Farmers have enjoyed the benefits of Bt corn since its introduction in 1996, particularly “in the bag” transgenic protection from ...