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Purdue researchers discover new transportation route for plant volatile compounds

Flowers use volatile compounds called terpenes to communicate with and protect themselves from the outside world. The aromas produced welcome pollinators while warding off pests and disease. [..]
-->Press-release; Purdue University (West-Lafayette - Indiana - USA), May 17, 2019 »Read more

Study tests the complexity of important plant hormones

A Purdue University study confirms complex associations among plant hormones and their signaling pathways that are key to controlling plant architecture. Plant architecture is partly controlled through the production and perception of plant hormones. The loss of [..]
-->Press-release; Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Purdue University, August 7, 2017 »Read more

Growth or Defence - How plants set their priorities

Sulfur belongs to the macro-nutrients and has a variety of tasks in plants. It is not only involved in the synthesis of substances which are important for plant growth, but is also an important component of substances whose function is the defence against diseases and pests. Currently, a research group [..]
-->Press-release; Max Planck Institute (Germany), November 02, 2016 »Read more

Researchers identify gene that controls soybean seed permeability, calcium content

Agronomist Jianxin Ma holds a dish of seeds from cultivated soybeans (right) and from their wild, hard-coated progenitors (left). (Purdue Agricultural Communication / Tom Campbell)

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University researchers have pinpointed the gene that controls whether soybean seed coats are hard or permeable, a finding that could be used to develop better varieties for southern and tropical regions, enrich the crop’s genetic diversity and boost the nutritional value of soybeans. [..]

-->Press-release; Purdue University (Indiana, USA) - Agronomy Department, June 22, 2015 »Read more

Electricity can be generated by photosyntetic pigments integrated into an experimental photovoltaic cell

It looks like a strange idea to think, one day, you could light your bedroom by means of a lamp screwed at the top of a fruit juice bottle, but almost every plant biologist can perhaps realize the starting point of a research aiming to get artificial light from plant compounds.
What you need are [...]
-->Article published on April 30, 2010 »Read more

Hard time for italian researchers in the Life Science sector

The Research Institute on the Population and Social Policies (IRPPS) of the Italian Research Council (CNR) has developed a study taking part to 'Rescar' (Researcher’s Careers) a more wide European project, about the career of Life Sciences researchers. [..]
-->Article published on October 31, 2008 »Read more

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A selection of links to press-releases, news-articles and documents about agriculture and landscape:

- How to alleviate soil compaction on farm land. Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs of Northern Ireland, July 16, 2020.

- How to alleviate soil compaction on farm land. Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs of Northern Ireland, July 16, 2020.

- Nematode has potential to reduce cotton yields by 50 percent​. The American Phytopathological Society (APS), July 6, 2020.

- GPS isn’t just for road trips anymore. American Society of Agronomy, June 29, 2020.

- Holey Moley! Wet weather triggers mole activity. University of Missouri Cooperative Media Group, June 17, 2020.

- Downstream Countries Right to Information Claim on Filling Dam Baseless: Experts. Ethiopian News Agency (ENA) - Addis Ababa, May 30, 2020.

- Farmers fear famine as locust swarms destroy crops in Pakistan. Russia Today's page on Twitter, May 29, 2020.

- Uganda's coffee exports up 17 pct in 4 years. Xinhua News Agency (China), May 26, 2020.

- Freezing tolerance in blueberries. Koppert Biological Systems, May 6, 2020.

- CAFIA found harmful food supplement with anabolic steroids and further unauthorised substances. Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority (CAFIA), April 23, 2020.

- We must do all we can to help the agri-food sector. Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs of Northern Ireland, April 10, 2020.

- How drones can help farmers. American Society of Agronomy, March 23, 2020.

- FAO welcomes €17 million contribution from Germany to combat the impact of the Desert Locust upsurge in East Africa. Food and Agriculture Organization (UN-FAO), February 28, 2020.

- Tulips grow in winter, thanks to the summer sun. Wageningen University & Research, February 12, 2020.

- Traditional Chinese medicinal plant yields new insecticide compounds. American Chemical Society, January 29, 2020

- CAFIA detected 71 cases of non-compliant advertising of food in 2019 The Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority (CAFIA), January 24, 2020.

- Protecting plants, protecting life: Canada celebrates 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health. Canadian Food Inspection Agency, January 16, 2020.

- Purdue scientists develop way to track salmonella infection in real time. Purdue University - West Lafayette, Indiana (USA), January 7, 2020.

- Researchers reveal secret of Chinese medicinal herb. Wageningen University & Research, December 18, 2019.

- Towards faster cooking varieties of beans: ACIAR launches an innovative breeding project in East Africa. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), December 11, 2019.

- Woody Plants with Undesirable Tendencies. American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) - November 26, 2019.

- New material points toward highly efficient solar cells. Purdue University - West-Lafayette - Indiana (USA), November 12, 2019.

- African swine fever: early detection is key to controlling spread. European Food-Safety Authority, November 5, 2019.

- What is phytoremediation? Soil Science Society of America,October 15, 2019.

- A no-deal Brexit threatens the long-term sustainability of British agriculture. The Soil Association (UK), October 10, 2019.

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UK and US newspapers Websites about agricultural journalism Agricultural weather forecast services Italian newspapers Contacts

Some favourite links about international @gricolture, landscaping & @gronews from the internet:

-> ICE - Italtrade - The Made in Italy Official Portal (UK page):

-> Italy-America Chamber of Commerce (New York - USA):

-> GARR - The Italian Academic & Research Network:

-> Italian Life Sciences Federation (FISV): Is composed by the following societie: AAI · ABCD · AGI · SIBBM · SIBE · SIBV · SICA · SIF . SIGA · SIMA · SIMGBM · SINS · SIP · SIPaV

-> Italian Phytopathological Society (SIPaV):

-> Abstracts of papers published on the Journal of Plant Patology (SIPaV):

-> Italian Society of Agricultural Genetics (SIGA):

-> Italian Society for Agronomy (SIA):

-> Mediterranean Agro-industries Institute of Bari (CIHEAM):

-> International Dairy Cattle Show (Cremona):

-> Italian National Association of Holstein Breeders (ANAFI):

-> Italian Environmental Agency (ISPRA):

-> Euraxess.it: Italian version of the European Commission's portal 'Euraxess'; with informations & jobs about research in Italy

-> Bomarzo (Viterbo): The park of monsters: (photos of sculptures from a Renaissance strange italian garden)

-> Istituto Valorizzazione Salumi Italiani: (a consortium to promote the gastronomic heritage of italian processed meat products)

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