Rothamsted Research discovers what make high carbon soils so valuable

Asia soil 2 JulyFounded on more than 50 years’ worth of data from a unique field experiment, researchers have demonstrated that common farming practices drain the soil of carbon, altering the structure of soils’ microscopic habitat and the genetics of microbes living within it, according to the team of microbiologists and physicists led by Rothamsted Research

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Olam Prize for Innovation in Food Security recognises innovative research in agriculture

Olam Prize AF and FEAGOlam International, in partnership with Agropolis Fondation, is searching for ground-breaking scientific research that can deliver transformational impacts within global agriculture and win a US$75,000 grant to support development and implementation

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Sino-Global signs MoU with Yunnan Jingyifeng to address exported agri products to China

Sino Global ChinaSino-Global Shipping America, a non-asset based global shipping and freight logistics integrated solution provider, has signed a non-binding MoU with Yunnan Jingyifeng Supply Chain Management (JYF) to jointly develop the business of exporting agricultural products to China

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‘Essential fertilisers ride the coronavirus storm’

ICIS fertuliserJulia Meehan, managing editor, fertilisers, ICIS, has examines the impact that the pandemic has had on the fertiliser market and how this is affecting other interconnected areas such as food-supply chains

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Thailand BOI takes measures to boost sustainable agricultural development

agricultural development Thailand BOIThe Thailand Board of Investment (BOI) has approved five large-scale projects with a total investment value of US$1.35bn and measures to strengthen the country's agricultural sector and agro-industry in line with the bioeconomy, circular economy and green economy (BCG) model

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