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March 17, 2014


Nuevas variedades para producir tomates “a la carta” (HortoInfo)


March 14, 2014


Technology allows seed companies to move faster (AgriNews)


March 12, 2014


Limagrain and CIMMYT collaborate on maize doubled haploid technology


Kansas State Researchers developing wheat resistant to yield-robbing mites, diseases - New wheat line will resist the wheat curl mite and viruses that cost Kansas producers $20 million to $30 million a year


Senior wheat breeder Robin Wilson to retire from InterGrain (Merredin Mercury)


March 11, 2014


Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais launches International Master in Plant Breeding


An insight in KeyGene's molecular breeding research - Improved shelf life in melon


March 8, 2014


Pakistan - New seed centre at the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad to produce heat-tolerant varieties (The Express Tribune)


March 6, 2014


Maïsadour : une sélection maïs au service de l'utilisateur final (Terre-net)


Evogene enhances predictive gene stacking capabilities - Combining multiple genes increasingly seen as essential for addressing complex traits


March 4, 2014


Gene identified by Purdue scientists may ease the genetic modification of plants


March 3, 2014


Soy Checkoff honors James Orf, Stephen Muench for research contributions


February 28, 2014


MEPs call on EU to support a competitive plant breeding sector


February 27, 2014


Wheat breeder Robin Wilson to retire from InterGrain


February 26, 2014


Ruchi Soya forms joint venture to step up soybean seed yield (The Hindu)


Chromatin, Inc. announces production of elevated levels of the energy-rich compound farnesene in sorghum


February 25, 2014


European Parliament gives strong signal to strengthen Europe's plant breeding capacity


Wheat a 'sleeping giant' (The Land)


February 24, 2014


Scientists boost resistance of potatoes to late blight


February 21, 2014


DuPont scientists make breakthrough in sorghum biofortification (GongNews)


February 20, 2014


Bayer CropScience opens its wheat and oilseeds breeding centre near Horsham, Victoria,
Australia (North Queensland Register)


February 16, 2014


Oman - Training course opens on mutation breeding techniques (Oman News)


February 15, 2014


4th International Workshop on Next Generation Genomics and Integrated Breeding for Crop Improvement (NGGIBCI-2014) to be held and telecast February 19-21, 2014


February 13, 2014


How vegetable breeding helps you pick a pretty pepper


It’s labeled organic, but its genes were scrambled with gamma rays - Mutagenesis, the new GMO? (Epoch Times)


February 12, 2014


Breeding a better future for Australian agriculture - Bayer CropScience opens its Wheat & Oilseeds Breeding Centre near Horsham, Victoria


February 3, 2014


February 2014 newsletter of the U.S. National Association of Plant Breeders (NAPB)


Update on the creation of an African Association of Plant Breeders (AAPB)


DuPont Pioneer and Two Blades Foundation to develop durable resistance against Asian soybean rust
DuPont Pioneer e Two Blades Foundation trabalham no desenvolvimento de uma nova tecnologia com resistência superior contra a ferrugem asiática


January 31, 2014


North Carolina State University offers 3 online plant breeding courses in the fall of 2014


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