Thursday, March 23, 2023


New soil sensors could improve crop fertilization efficiency

Measuring temperature and nitrogen levels is essential for agriculture.

Nanotube sensors can detect and distinguish gibberellin plant hormones

The nondestructive nanosensors could have wide applications in agricultural science.

PV-driven microbial food production uses land and sunlight more efficiently

The protein from microbes uses a fraction of the resources of conventional farming.

A novel protein repairing enzyme PIMT to develop climate-resilient crops

In order to tackle the threatening climate change, scientists at the National Institute of Plant Genome Research (NIPGR), New Delhi has discovered a potential...

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