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This book collects the findings of a group of scientists and economists who have taken stock of climate change impacts on food and agriculture at global and regional levels over the past two decades.

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Six bean crops released by Embrapa and some collaborators took small farmers in the municipality of Jequitibá, 100 kilometers from Belo Horizonte, the possibility of producing scale and stability to comply with the

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Sorghum showed its potential as a forage resource in a study made by INTA Manfredi.

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Researchers at the Center for Multiplication of Biocontrollers (Cemubio) of INTA (Argentina), developed a system with wasps the size of an ant that they ensure that it does not bite humans and feeds and parasitizes on larvae of different species of moths, such as those of carpocapsa (Cydia pomonella) and those of grafolita (Cydia molesta),

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In a major breakthrough, scientists from 21 research institutes globally, have successfully completed sequencing of 429 chickpea lines from 45 countries to identify genes for tolerance to drought and heat. The efforts equipped the team with key insights into the crop’s genetic diversity, domestication and agronomic traits.

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The distribution of weeds is not homogeneous in rice fields: it usually appears in the form of patches, which suggests that pesticide applications is inefficient, since the application of herbicides in this type of crop is done uniformly, to full coverage.