A small group of plants known as “resurrection plants” can survive months or even years without water.
NOAA Fisheries has released the results of the first-ever formal peer review of the aquaculture science conducted at six Regional Fisheries Science Centers and NOS’ National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science.
Dangerously high levels of air pollution in New Delhi during the fall and winter months are largely the result of post-harvest burning of crop residue, according to a new study in the journal Nature Sustainability.
Scientists have revealed for the first time the natural weapon used by marigolds to protect tomato plants against destructive whiteflies.
A new generation of pesticides can be used to control pest insects by compromising the bug’s ability to create essential proteins.
As we learn more about climate change, this knowledge can be paralyzing, especially for young people who are contemplating life pathways.
Plant biology researchers in the Faculty of Science at the University of Calgary have discovered a key canola protein and the vital role it plays in successful pollination.
Encasing insecticides in microscopic plastic capsules – a common formulation for many pest sprays on the market – could lead to unintended consequences, according to a new study from Oregon State University.
In Ethiopia’s undulating, high-elevation grasslands, farmers — most of them working parcels of only two to three acres — produce more wheat than anywhere else in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Sahel is a semi-arid region of transition in Africa between the Sahara and the Sudanian Savanna, which is extremely sensitive to the precipitation change.
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