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Bee Engaged – FAO's virtual event to celebrate World Bee Day

Event will be opportunity to show Brazil's work in stingless beekeeping to the world

Embrapa and Egypt's ARC sign scientific cooperation agreement

Scientific cooperation agreement focuses on the development of modern irrigation technologies.

Method to identify coffee trees with reduced caffeine content is patented

Developed by researchers from IAC and Embrapa, the technique will boost the development of naturally decaffeinated cultivars

New guarana fungus can affect other economically important plants

Newly discovered microorganism causes leaf spots and can infect oil palms, banana palms, açaí palms and rubber trees

Embrapa indicates 8 Brazilian agriculture megatrends for upcoming years

With the purpose of anticipating changes in Brazilian agriculture and preparing decision-makers for what is to come, in the week of its 49th anniversary, Embrapa will launch the platform named...

New genomic test helps tilapia breeders to improve production

TilaPlus allows the selection of brood fish to improve performance and avoid inbreeding

Embrapa celebrates 49 years of protagonism in Brazilian agricultural science

Embrapa turns 49 today, April 26, as it is changing its structure through the project Transforma Embrapa while remaining strongly focused on contributing with solutions for Brazilian agriculture.

ICC/Cogent team does rapid appraisal of coconut genebank in Brazil

A group of five international specialists visited, from April 11th to 14th, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation – Embrapa Costal Tablelands’ (Sergipe, Brazil) facilities in order to carry...

Brazilian citriculture will have carbon stocks and wildlife mapped

Unprecedented study will assess production and preservation areas in the world's largest citrus belt, which spreads over parts of São Paulo and Minas Gerais

Physic nut shows potential to control green peach aphid, a pest to dozens of crops

Lab tests showed high insect mortality rates, which creates prospects of developing a future bioproduct

First soybean cultivars with Xtend technology to be launched by Embrapa and Meridional

The first soybean cultivars with the technology Xtend® - BRS 2553XTD and BRS 2558XTD - by Embrapa, in partnership with the Meridional Foundation, are a refuge option for the...

Brazil creates its first Brachiaria ruziziensis grass cultivar

New Congo grass cultivar BRS Integra aims at higher yield in integrated crop-livestock-forestry systems

Study suggests converting agri-food loss and waste into raw material to leverage circular bioeconomy

Food loss and waste (FLW) building up as massive volumes of biomass generated from agro-industrial operations and consumption could be upcycled into high-added value products like...

Colombia receives Embrapa's banana varieties for testing

The material was planted in the quarantine station of the Colombian Agricultural Institute (ICA), where it will remain for up to six months

Embrapa researchers are the only Brazilians to be faces of British society campaign

Both representatives work at Embrapa Cassava and Fruits, the only Embrapa Unit in Bahia.

Embrapa FertBrasil Caravan to visit 30 agricultural regions to show how to increase the efficiency of fertilizers

Other five research fronts are being discussed to reduce Brazil's reliance on imports in 25% by 2030 Starting from April, Embrapa researchers and technicians will start to visit...

Biological transplant between plants improves crop productivity by 30%

Innovative technique uses microbial community to increase yield of crops like soybeans, potatoes and corn.

Embrapa shows results of partnerships with agritechs at seminar in the UAE

President Celso Moretti presents an outlook on the assets generated by Embrapa through partnerships with the private initiative and that are available in the market today. In...

Research develops method to estimate cow fertility in TAI programs

Index identifies cows with higher likelihood of pregnancy with timed artificial insemination

Rice is viable alternative to reduce poultry and swine production costs

The cereal can replace corn in feed, which is responsible for 70% to 80% of expenses in poultry and pig farming

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Method to identify coffee trees with reduced caffeine content is patented

New guarana fungus can affect other economically important plants

New genomic test helps tilapia breeders to improve production

Brazilian citriculture will have carbon stocks and wildlife mapped

Physic nut shows potential to control green peach aphid, a pest to dozens of crops