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
The Colorado potato beetle has developed resistance to over 50 different types of insecticides. This makes the insect a "super pest" that damages potatoes...Read More
In Russia, with the help of genome editing, new forms of potatoes have been created that do not bloom, and work is also underway to create forms that ...Read More
Scientists of the All-Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources. N. I. Vavilov (VIR) and the All-Russian Institute of Plant Protection (VIZR) using molecular genetic ...Read More
Having an antibacterial and biodegradable alternative to standard cling film can help reduce waste and improve food safety. Researchers from Harvard ...Read More
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