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Biological Nitrogen Fixation (FBN) is a natural process that occurs through associations of plants with microorganisms. Its main product, nitrogen, is an essential nutrient for plant growth and de

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Agricultural practice: Agricultural practice     Launch year: 1990     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Agrobiology

Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) consists in using some bacteria's ability to seize nitrogen existing in the atmosphere (in the form of the gas nitrogen, N2) and supply it so that it can be used by

Product: Inoculant     Launch year: 1981     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Cerrados

BRS Mandobi is a forage peanut cultivar (Arachis pintoi) propagated by seeds. It is excellent for intercropping with grasses, has high vigor and high-quality forage productivity. It is we

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Product: Cultivar     Launch year: 2019     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Acre

The InNat Guide is a free app designed for mobile devices with touch screens, such as tablets and smartphones. It uses the Android operating system (OS) and works offline, with images and informat

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Product: Software     Launch year: 2018     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Agrobiology

Embrapa Agrobiology has researched biological nitrogen fixation in leguminous and non-leguminous plants for over 25 years. Several diazotroph (i.e. nitrogen fixing bacteria) species were selected,

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Product: Inoculant     Launch year: 2009     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Agrobiology

The organic production systems show a systemic focus for the management of production units, prioritizing environmental conservation, biodiversity, biological cycles, and quality of life. Brazil h

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System: Integrated production system     Launch year: 1993     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Agrobiology

The diazotrophic bacterium Nitrospirillum amazonense influences the growth and development of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum), leading to increased productivity in crops. Devel

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Product: Inoculant     Launch year: 2018     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Agrobiology

Technologies linked to the conventional agriculture model based on the use of agro-chemicals strongly boost vegetable production, but demonstrate problems concerning the health of products, farmer

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Agricultural practice: Agricultural practice     Launch year: 2005     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Agrobiology

The Brazilian Caatinga is an endangered biome. Its native vegetation is explored as a source of wood and energy in rural properties and industries, generating soil erosion and desertification. The

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Agricultural practice: Agricultural practice     Launch year: 2010     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Agrobiology

The degradation of the environment occurs worldwide and, in many cases, it is of great impact, reducing or eliminating the soil's fertile layer, organic matter content and subsoil exposu

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Product: Inoculant     Launch year: 1992     Responsible Unit: Embrapa Agrobiology