Decades after farmland was abandoned, plant biodiversity and productivity struggle to recover, according to new University of Minnesota research.
The fires that raged across the Brazilian Amazon this summer were not ‘normal’ and large increases in deforestation could explain why, scientists show.
Understanding how nematodes can become immune against plant defense compounds may contribute to improving biological pest control.
New research indicates lichens may not have arrived on land before vascular plants.
Natural genetic engineering allowed plants to move from water to land, according to a new study by an international group of scientists from Canada, China, France, Germany and Russia.
Runoff from soils and surrounding environments provide life-sustaining carbon.
Wetlands are dynamic in nature, growing and shrinking within and between years in ways far less predictable than croplands, forests, or established urban areas.
New findings from a study at Trent University on the feeding habits of walleye may be an important element to future conservation and management plans for the popular sport fish.
A Texas A&M AgriLife Extension economist lays out what you need to know about the reports of a looming 2020 bacon shortage.
"Every land has its own seed.”
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