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December 17, 2014


Kenya - 23 botanists graduate from the African Plant Breeding Academy (AllAfrica)


December 16, 2014


Plant breeders build capacity to resuscitate African orphan crops (EnviroNews)


Rapport d’activités de l’Institut Royal Belge pour l'Amélioration de la Betterave (IRBAB) 2012-2013
Activiteitenverslag van het Koninklijk Belgisch Instituut tot Verbetering van de Biet 2012-2013


Wageningen University offers new online master specialisation in plant breeding


December 15, 2014


China aims to boost 'super corn' yield


December 13, 2014


University of Bath research shows that is possible to improve both seed size and seed number in plants


PanAmerican Seed's senior plant breeder Denis Flaschenriem retires


December 12, 2014


Jahresrückblick und Ausblick der Pflanzenzüchter – was beschäftigt die Branche? - Gesellschaftliche Relevanz der Pflanzenzüchtung muss sich stärker in Engagement der Politik widerspiegeln


December 11, 2014


The question ‘why have yields plateaued?’ was tackled at the Hutchinson’s winter technical conference (Farmers Guardian)


New Plant Breeding Academy graduates to improve Africa’s ‘orphan’ crops


Cotton Association of Zambia says there is need to invest in research and development of cotton seed varieties that adapt to the environment in light of climate change (Daily Mail)


Wheat, from the DNA to the field - What if there was a Netflix for wheat breeders? But, instead of suggesting movies, the algorithm "suggested" the best potential wheat varieties - generations before being planted in a test plot? (usagnet)


Canadian plant breeders develop low-glycemic potato, which doesn’t cause a big spike in insulin, making it suitable for diabetics (Alberta Farmers)


Using weedy rice traits to boost cultivated rice yields 


December 10, 2014


Scientists seal agreement to boost adaptability of wheat to climate change - Delegates detail strategy for protecting stapel food crop from environmental shocks


Scientists seal agreement to boost adaptability of wheat to climate change - Breeding researchers of the Julius Kühn Institute weigh in their competence in stress  and heat resistance research
Globale Initiative will Anpassung des Weizens an den Klimawandel vorantreiben - Züchtungsforscher des Julius Kühn-Instituts bringen ihre Kompetenzen zur Trockenstressforschung ein 


United Kingdom - All eyes are on potato research


Australian National University and CSIRO form new food & agriculture science precinct


December 9, 2014


Gene critical to the development of low arsenic plants identified by scientists


Vegetable seed production company Enza Zaden opens new office building in Myakka City, Florida


December 7, 2014


‘Designer strains’ of cannabis could cure more ills - An Israeli crop developer aims at maximizing marijuana’s medical benefits while reducing its high (The Times of Israel)


December 5, 2014


From the DNA to the field, model arms breeders with evaluation tool


KWS and Metabolomics Discoveries sign research agreement


KWS und Metabolomic Discoveries vereinbaren Forschungsabkommen


December 4, 2014


New path of genetic research: scientists uncover 4-stranded elements of maize DNA


Collaboration yields new organic seed corn variety


Genomics software speeds up breeding process (Southeast Farm Press)


December 3, 2014


Draft sequence of a diploid A-genome cotton generated and released to public by Texas Tech University, Bayer CropScience, and the National Center for Genome Resources 


Sequencing of cotton A-genome could boost industry - Texas Tech University's collaboration with Bayer CropScience could translate into better commercial varieties for growers


Namdhari Seeds chooses Phenome Networks for plant breeding management - Software-as-a-Service will be used throughout all stages of the company’s plant breeding process to improve planning, designing and selection of varieties


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