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Precision agriculture helps to produce distinguished wines in São Paulo, Brazil

Technique proves that the same vineyard can generate grapes with distinct characteristics

Technology that changed garlic production in Brazil turns 30

Both large farms and smallholdings have benefited from the virus-free garlic seed technology.

Project aims to improve quality of plantain production

Com o objetivo de gerar inovações e estratégias para redução de perdas na produção e pós-colheita da banana do tipo Terra ou comprida (cv. d’Angola), a Embrapa Acre vai pesquisar, junto com...

Method makes data on carbon footprint at city level available

A new version of the BRLUC (Brazilian Land Use Change) method makes carbon footprint data for several agricultural products at city level available for all of Brazil.

Embrapa offers an agrometeorological data service for use in digital solutions

Organising tools that help to anticipate weather tendencies are increasingly fundamental for decision-making in the countryside. Intending to contribute to the improvement of...

Cover plants are hosts of the fungi that cause fusariosis in banana trees

Discovery can help to restrain the dissemination of Fusarium fungi, responsible for the world's most destructive banana disease.

A simple and cheap method monitors water quality in tilapia nurseries

Biomonitoring allows comparison of long-term impacts with physical-chemical analyses.

Researchers sequence coffee leaf miner's genome

Advance will allow the development of bioproduct to control worst pest to the crop

Inoculant reduces productivity loss in corn intercropped with Brachiaria

The Azospirillum brasilense-based bioinput helps plants fix nitrogen and reduces competition for the nutrient

Sorghum flour reduces liver fat in rats

Research with the cereal developed by Embrapa also had positive results in other health parameters

Adequate soil management increases carbon sequestration in irrigated areas

Research proves the use of agricultural best practices like no-till farming can mitigate the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere

Bacteria increase rice, beans and corn crop yields

Studies show that microorganisms potentiate the action of fertilizers and thus reduce the number of times the input is applied

Brazil gets its first vanilla gene bank

Collection can inform breeding and domestication of the species in the country

Biodegradable film for food packaging uses gelatin and cellulose nanocrystals

Brazilian and French scientists developed antimicrobial, antioxidant, resistant and edible film

Research helps ICLFS meet criteria for environmental impact assessment

The goal was to offer EIA-based environmental management recommendations with a holistic outlook of the rural establishment

Book published by Springer addresses diversity, ecology and management of fungal diseases

Publication addresses important theme: pest disease management considering the tenets of sustainability.

Technology transmits fish farming data to farmers’ cellphones in real time

Aqua-On system sends weather and water information using high frequency

Research develops bioprocesses for the production of organic acids from renewable raw materials

Scientists used microorganisms to sustainably produce inputs of high value for the industry

Study shows sustainable cocoa expansion in the Amazon region

Growth contributes to the recovery of degraded areas, responsible for 70% of production and for reducing wildfires and deforestation

Brazil to have first brown sugar tracked by blockchain technology

Through a QR code on the package, consumers can access the history, characteristics and origin of the product

Embrapa News Agency

Precision agriculture helps to produce distinguished wines in São Paulo, Brazil

Cover plants are hosts of the fungi that cause fusariosis in banana trees

Researchers sequence coffee leaf miner's genome

Inoculant reduces productivity loss in corn intercropped with Brachiaria

Sorghum flour reduces liver fat in rats