This research is important to protect the Everglades Agricultural Area, which plays a large role in Florida’s agriculture economy.
New research from UC Riverside identifies a protein that controls plant growth — good news for an era in which crops can get crushed by climate change.
New research explains why food security interventions have been met with varying levels of success across Indian states.
Dalhousie professor gets first-hand look as disaster unfolds.
Copernicus satellites monitor continued bushfires ravaging the continent.
Researchers find a cause of high arsenic concentrations in recharged aquifers: dissolved organic compounds.
Fires are burning so fiercely that they are lofting smoke to unusual heights.
A new study published by biologists at LMU demonstrates that there are no simple or universal solutions to the problem of engineering plants to enable them to cope with the challenges posed by climate change.
Nematodes are tiny, ubiquitous roundworms that infect plant roots, causing more than $100 billion in crop damage worldwide each year.
Desertification has always been a serious challenge for human beings, especially in arid and semi-arid regions.
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