Specialists of the Russian Economic University named after. G.V. Plekhanov are developing improved biodegradable materials for agriculture, according to the official website of the Ministry of Education and Science. Novelty...Read More
An unexpected discovery from a new study looking at pest and disease control in New York's commercial onion fields will enable growers to...Read More
Artificial photosynthesis systems are considered promising for capturing carbon dioxide and producing food. Scientists have been trying to solve this problem for a long time. Exactly this...Read More
Scientists at the Tver State Agricultural Academy (TSAA) have developed a selenium-based microfertilizer that allows a quarter to increase the yield of potatoes, TASS reports....Read More
A team of experts led by scientists from China studied the gene sequences of 44 potato lines from wild and cultivated species.Read More
Healed seed potatoes from test tubes are most often grown and adapted in winter or summer greenhouses and shelters. One of the most...Read More
Scientists of the All-Russian Research Institute of Plant Protection (VIZR) are developing a new method for monitoring and diagnosing plant diseases - the hyperspectral sounding technique, reports...Read More
Planting wildflowers in potato fields can reduce aphid-borne viruses and reduce insecticide use, reports Potatoes News. Eric Anderson,...Read More
Scientists of the Crimean Federal University became the winners of a grant from the Russian Science Foundation, the press service of the Crimean Federal University named after V.I. Vernadsky. The development is dedicated...Read More
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