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Nowadays, Brazil is responsible for feeding about 20,000 people, from a total of nearly 50,000 beneficiaries in Latin America and the Caribbean, with vitamin-rich and mineral-rich...

Publishing date: 10/02/17

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  American researcher John Cole, from the United States Department of Agriculture (Usda), is going to deliver a lecture on February 04 th at 10 a.m., at the Embrapa...

Publishing date: 03/02/16

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On Wednesday, January 18 th , at the Brazilian embassy in Berlin, Germany, the Brazilian Minister of Agriculture Blairo Maggi is going to launch the book "Soybean and Bees",...

Publishing date: 18/01/17

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A research project in partnership between Embrapa and Bayer is going to study the relationship between pollinating insects and soybean production. Due to last for five years,...

Publishing date: 12/07/16

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The Journal "Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A" published the results from the Master's dissertation elaborated by Embrapa Food Agroindustry analyst Marianna...

Publishing date: 22/06/16

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An important publication on freshwater fishing launched this year counts on information on the activity produced specificaly for the Pantanal region. The book "Freshwater...

Publishing date: 08/03/16

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The Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa)'s president, Maurício Antônio Lopes, launched the Multi-Institutional Platform to Monitor the Reduction of...

Publishing date: 23/03/16

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The main answers from the scientific community will be presented during the 5th International Symposium on Fusarium Head Blight and the 2nd International Workshop on Wheat...

Publishing date: 19/02/16

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Threats like compaction, nutrient imbalance and loss of organic matter affect nearly a third of the planet's lands .  A comprehensive study involving 600 researchers from...

Publishing date: 12/07/16

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Study of wild relatives can be useful for the breeding of cultivated species A study led by the Bolivian researcher J. Moises Mendoza F. and advised by the researcher...

Publishing date: 07/03/17