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Animal-sourced and plant-sourced proteins cause significant environmental concerns on climate change and arable land use and their supply chains are vulnerable to global arable land scarcity and extreme events. In contrast, mycoprotein from agricultural residues not only enables decarbonised protein supply,...

In the first such study in Sri Lanka, we identified the main rodent and shrew species and the extent of post-harvest damage caused in rice storage facilities...

Most small rodent populations in the world have fascinating population dynamics. In the light of vast research and debate over almost a century, we here...

The right storage container can bring multiple advantages for smallholder farmers and rice milling companies. The use of hermetic storage containers is...

By enabling farmers to reduce their losses and add value to their traditional rice varieties with modern technology, the Heirloom Rice Project helped improve...

For many African countries like Burundi, agricultural mechanization can be a transformative tool for achieving food security and economic prosperity. ...

Farmers in North America met the pressing competitive challenges they faced in the late 19th century through a disruptive innovation in cultivation technology...

In intensive flooded rice systems that predominate in much of Asia, the management of crop residues can be a problem. In the past, farmers manually harvested...

Is it possible to sequester carbon in rice soils while reducing greenhouse gas emissions? What are the trade-offs and synergies between soil organic carbon...

Seed growers turn Anambé into a valley of prosperity ...