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By: S. Hartman, Z. Liu, H. Veen, J. Vicente, E. Reinen, S. Martopawiro, H. Zhang, N. Dongen, F. Bosman, G. W. Bassel, E. J.W. Visser, J. Bailey-Serres, F. L. Theodoulou, K. H. Hebelstrup, D. J. Gibbs, M. J. Holdsworth, R. Sasidharan & L. A.C.J. Voesenek

Timely perception of adverse environmental changes is critical for survival. Dynamic changes in gases are important cues for plants to sense environmental perturbations, such as submergence.

By: Diego Armando Marín-Salazar , Robert Santiago Andrade-López , Ricardo Antonio Labarta-Chaverri , Ángela Rocío Vásquez-Urriago , Samuel Caicedo Guerrero

Introduction. The Colombian Altillanura is going through a process of transformation, marked by the expansion of its agricultural border.

By: Zhong Wei, Yian Gu1, Ville-Petri Friman, George A. Kowalchuk, Yangchun Xu, Qirong Shen, Alexandre Jousset

Plant-pathogen interactions are shaped by multiple environmental factors, making it difficult to predict disease dynamics even in relatively simple agricultural monocultures.

By: International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)

In 2018, CIMMYT continued to innovate and forge strategic alliances to combat malnutrition, tackle the effects of climate change and respond to emerging threats.

By: Al Mussell, Ted Bilyea, and Margaret Zafiriou

Climate change is one of the key issues facing the Canadian agriculture and agri-food sector, with federal policies targeting a 30% reduction in GHG emissions by 2030. With growing world demand for agriculture and agri-food products, Canada has the opportunity to produce and export more.

By: M. Mera (INIA Chile) – E. Villacrés (INIAP Ecuador) – P. Mamani (PROIMPA Bolivia) – J. Campero (INIAF Bolivia) – V. Mares – N. Mateo

The roadmap, designed in a participatory manner by specialists from INIAF-Bolivia, PROINPA-Bolivia, INIA-Chile, INIAP-Ecuador and two consultants appointed by the STA of FONTAGRO, is based on the results of a collaborative project executed by PROINPA, INIA and INIAP and funded by FMAM through FON