Compost can boost global crop production and reduce methane emitted through landfills – and it can all start in your home with unwanted food scraps.
A full-scale nuclear war between the U.S. and Russia would see global good systems obliterated and over 5 billion people die of hunger.
From the 4th to the 7th of November 2022, Phuket, Thailand will host the 19 International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics ISRFG 2022 where we will see agricultural science “Driving the Next Green Revolution”.
Research has discovered a new way to grow cereal crops using less fertiliser, reducing the amount of nitrogen pollution and saving billions.
Experts warn that the EU agriculture sector is stuck in "permanent pesticide-dependence," and that major flaws exist in the current attempts to reduce the use of pesticides across the EU.
Larger organic farms operate more like conventional farms and use fewer sustainable practices than smaller organic farms.
Yields of crops visited by insect pollinators like bees produce a more stable food supply and help stabilise food prices.
With heatwaves across the globe, many are concerned about agriculture and dehydrated plants - it turns out plants produce their own aspirin.
The Scottish Government has offered £50 as an incentive for every farmer and crofter to complete the ‘Testing Actions for Sustainable Farming’ survey in an attempt to prepare farmers for future agricultural policy.
We can all identify a pond as a small, shallow waterbody - but how can we distinguish it from a lake or a wetland?
Curtis R Youngs, Professor & M.E. Ensminger Endowed Chair of International Animal Agriculture, continues the discussion of the challenges of global food security.
Tokyo NODAI Research Program for Sustainable Agriculture discusses the Environmental Science Education of crayfish.
David Green, Executive Director at The U.S. Sustainability Alliance, argues that technology and innovation in agriculture can feed the world, but if only we let it.
Professor Dr Apichart Vanavichit, Director of the Rice Science Center, reflects on the decade since the most important gene of fragrance rice was uncovered.
The circular and sustainable food production system of the future is already here: Farming as a Service has been launched in Sweden.
Here, we speak to Assistant Professor Christine Sprunger, who gives us expert insight on the universal need for soil health.
Looking towards technology within agriculture, smart technologies could soon be harnessed in the farming sector to benefit both businesses and societies.
With millions of people leaving behind rural areas, land restoration of abandoned farms could help to reverse climate change.
Peter Bachman from USA Rice sheds light on the consequences of farm policy and regulations on America’s food supply.
Nicolas Friggens at the French Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE) discusses cattle farming resilience and efficiency with genomics in breeding programmes