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Legumes eliminate need to apply nitrogen in eucalyptus forests

Ideal for smallholders, intercropping also provides productivity and ecological benefits

Research studies soil respiration in Amazon ecosystems

Brazilians and Germans seek new agricultural models for environmental recovery

Soybean moratorium's impact in reducing deforestation is higher than estimated

Results from a study by Embrapa with Kansas University are published in Plos One

Scientists use bacteria to help plants resist droughts

Study is inspired by cacti that associate with microorganisms to survive the lack of water

Brazil develops country's first GM long staple cotton

Aimed at the fabrication of fine fabrics, new cotton can help meet domestic demand

Embrapa develops protocol to extract DNA from archaeological peanut samples

A protocol to extract DNA from samples of peanut shells (Arachis hypogaea, L.) and the hulls of other Arachis species is one of the results of the activities developed by Fábio de Oliveira Freitas,...

Team analyzes antibacterial compounds in sea bacteria

Team analyzes sea bacteria that have shown antibacterial activity.

Special glasses identify greening symptoms in citrus leaves

Technology allows the detection of plant color changes caused by the disease with more precision

Research creates biosensor to detect copper in coffee trees

Peptide-based technology will enable the development of portable systems

Liana cutting in Brazil nut trees can increase production in up to 30%

Study demonstrates that simple management technique can increase income

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Pastas are generally accepted all over the world, mainly because they are versatile, cheap and easy-to-prepare. They are not nutritionally balanced, s

Inga edulis Mart. is a leguminous tree adapted to acidic and low-fertility soils that establishes symbioses with nitrogen (N)-fixing bacteria. The ide

This study was conducted to measure the effects of the timing of nitrogen fertilization (NF) on soil N-NH4 + and N-NO3 -, macronutrient contents in th

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Science that transforms your life

Embrapa is a Brazilian public agricultural research corporation. It works to have solutions that ensure sustainable development grow from the fields. And, for that purpose, it makes science that transforms. A science that creates, surprises, preserves, and multiplies.