3-D Time-Lapse Imaging Captures Twisted Root Mechanics for First Time

Using an advanced 3-D time-lapse imaging system, a group of

Rotting grain has deprived food to 80 million people in India

An estimated 36,000 tonnes of grain has gone bad at the various storage facilities

Agriculture is the direct driver for worldwide deforestation

A new synthesis on drivers of deforestation and forest degradation was published

Soon, tastier tomatoes with vintage flavour and quality

Scientists have discovered the genes that influence flavour and colour in wild and traditional tomato.

Farming requires `climate-smart` revolution to sustain future generations

A report has cautioned that major changes are needed in agriculture and food consumption across

Russia to ban cattle imports from all EU states

Russia’s food safety and sanitary watchdog will ban cattle imports from all EU countries from

Scientists developing salt-resistant rice

Scientists are developing a salt-resistant rice variety after a huge tsunami last year hit paddy

Nature could help yield hundreds of new drugs

The plant world has “great potential” as a source of new medicines to cure or.

World’s largest medicinal botanic garden in China

A medicinal botanical garden in southwest China has been confirmed by Guinness World Records as.

Human agriculture key to survival for many threatened species

A number of threatened species in the developing world are entirely dependent on human agriculture.