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November 19, 2014


Australia - New durum wheat research pays dividends (Stock Journal)


Scientists, farmers, and chefs are developing new varieties of produce from heirloom seeds. It will make life better for organic farmers—and yummier for everyone else (Take Part)


November 17, 2014


Seminário discute manejo e melhoramento genético do feijão-caupi em Mato Grosso


Maize opportunities and challenges for Asia


Enhancing the nutritional quality of maize


Canadian governments announce new research funding to support Manitoba's Grain Innovation Hub


November 12, 2014


Progress continues on hybrid rice breeding


India - BARC approves Assam Agricultural University paddy projects (The Assam Tribune)


November 11, 2014


«Protected site» : Agroscope prévoit un essai sur le terrain avec des pommes de terre cisgéniques


November 10, 2014


Texas A&M Plant Breeding Bulletin, November 2014


Africa’s leading crop breeders meet in Kigali, Rwanda, to discuss strategies for increasing food production and securing the next generation of plant breeders


University of Arkansas soybean breeder Pengyin Chen named Crop Science Society of America Fellow


Western Australia - Research could help deliver canola varieties with better heat tolerance


November 8, 2014


You can’t have one without the other: farmers need plant breeders to keep developing new varieties and breeders need farmers to buy their seed (Grainews)


November 7, 2014


United Kingdom - What to see at CropTec (Farmers Guardian)


Francisco García Olmedo: “La biotecnología vegetal no es algo que funcione separado de la mejora genética clásica”


Maize analysis yields whole new world of genetic science


November 6, 2014


USDA/ARS researchers isolate stripe rust resistance markers in barley (Capital Press)


November 4, 2014


Offener Brief an die "Entscheidungsträger in Europa" - Führende Pflanzenforscher fordern mehr politische Akzeptanz für GVO in Europa


November 3, 2014


UC Davis Plant Breeding Center newsletter - November 2014


Investment in temperate rice research pays dividends


Feeding the world: profile of a World Food Prize winner Dr. Sanjaya Rajaram


Versalzung: Neue Wege in der Pflanzenzucht gefordert


„Junge” Gene machen den Unterschied - Warum bringt Hybridmais höhere Erträge? Forscher der Uni Bonn untersuchen zentrale Züchtungsfrage 


Getting more out of nature: genetic toolkit finds new maximum for crop yields - An array of gene variants provides “breakthrough benefits” in tomato yield for breeders; other crops are next


New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva undergoes $4.7 million upgrade to improve greenhouses at the Cornell University facility (Ithaca Journal)


November 1, 2014


IBERS shortlisted for award for work on oats (Farmers Guardian)


India - DuPont opens multi-crop research centre in Hyderabad (Business Standard)


October 31, 2014


A University of Minnesota initiative to help state agriculture is underway with $1M from the Legislature (Minnesota Daily)


October 29, 2014


India - Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology to get CSIR award for developing blight-resistant rice (The Economic Times)


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