AgriTech - Cover Crops- Scaling Up a Key Sustainable Farming Practice
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 Investing in the fight against climate change in the wake of COVID-19Investing in the fight against climate change in the wake of COVID-19
 
Françoise d’Estais of the UN discusses the Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2019 and the need to invest in renewables in the COVID-19 recovery.
 
   Cover Crops- Scaling Up a Key Sustainable Farming PracticeCover Crops- Scaling Up a Key Sustainable Farming Practice
 
AZoLifeSciences speaks to agricultural scientists about their research into cover crops, and how this can help sustainable farming practices.
 
   Agroforestry Is 'Win Win' For Bees And CropsAgroforestry Is 'Win Win' For Bees And Crops
 
Planting woody plant species alongside crops could double the number of insect pollinators helping farmers produce food, new research has demonstrated.
 
 Cell Wall Research Reveals Possibility Of Simple And Sustainable Method To Protect Crops
 
Cell Wall Research Reveals Possibility Of Simple And Sustainable Method To Protect CropsWhile crop diseases have devastating consequences on agriculture, plants constantly evolve to maintain immune systems that allow them to develop defenses.
 
 
 An Environmental Warning System To Monitor The Coast
 
An Environmental Warning System To Monitor The CoastResearchers at the University of Seville Marine Biology Laboratory have shown the usefulness of using the SBPQ methodology to detect shifts in coastal areas.
 
 
 Agricultural Schemes Not Enough To Protect Rare Butterflies
 
Agricultural Schemes Not Enough To Protect Rare ButterfliesConservation management around the margins of agriculture fails to protect butterfly species at greatest risk from the intensification of farming.
 
 
 Turning biomass DNA into degradable materials
 
Turning biomass DNA into degradable materialsDNA has a lot of handy uses. It stores the blueprint of genetic code. It helps usher along the evolution of species.
 
 
 Carbon Cycling In Wet Soils
 
Carbon Cycling In Wet SoilsUnder changing, temperate soils are forecast to experience a high degree of variability in moisture conditions due to periods of drought and/or flood.
 
 
 Unorthodox Desalination Method Could Transform Global Water Management
 
Unorthodox Desalination Method Could Transform Global Water ManagementWater security is becoming an urgent global challenge, with hundreds of millions of people already living in water-scarce regions.
 
 
 Genome study opens pathway toward sustainable edible seaweed
 
Genome study opens pathway toward sustainable edible seaweedSince the 1980s, in seaweed farms dotted along the coastline of the subtropical islands of Okinawa, farmers have cultivated the edible brown alga.