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Traditional communities contribute to the global environment

Article on Nature shows that indigenous and traditional community practices with pollinator management bring multiple ecological, economic and quality-of-life benefits for the world.

Scientists develop DNA analysis to help pink ipê conservation

Technique allows the study of the species' biological evolution and helps to protect its diversity

Planthopper capable of transmitting serious coconut palm disease discovered in Sergipe

New species is a likely vector of Lethal Yellowing, a disease present in neighboring countries.

Plant extracts are efficient to control caterpillars

Research has shown insecticidal action against the species Anticarsia gemmatalis. There are ongoing tests with Helicoverpa armigera.

Technology makes Brazilian mango exports to South Africa possible

A method that replaces the application of chemicals has become essential to sell fresh fruit abroad.

Brazil will host discussions on forest research

Scientists from 114 countries submitted abstracts centering around the central theme of the event, Forest Research and Cooperation for Sustainable Development On this...

Researcher is elected for international committee in ecosystem services

The Embrapa Soils researcher Ana Paula Turetta was elected the representative of South America at the Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP)'s Steering Committee. Ana took the third place among 41...

Traditional communities contribute to the global environment

Article on Nature shows that indigenous and traditional community practices with pollinator management bring multiple ecological, economic and quality-of-life benefits for the world.

Ministry of Agriculture of Paraguay and Embrapa reaffirm bilateral technical cooperation

The president of Embrapa, Sebastião Barbosa, and the minister of Agriculture of Paraguay, Denis Lichi, met on Friday (March 15), with the aim of discussing new strategies for...

Semiarid region a priority in cooperation between Embrapa and Embassy of Australia

The president of Embrapa, Sebastião Barbosa, and the ambassador of Australia, Timothy Kane, signed on Tuesday morning (March 12) a Memorandum of Understanding that represents the...

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