USDA and CSHL Finds Genetic Path to Double Sorghum Yield

USDA and CSHL Finds Genetic Path to Double Sorghum Yield

Read the original article in The Fence Post Scientists with USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory are working on field trials and genetic studies that could one day double the yields of sorghum, which is one of the world’s most...
Healthy diet means a healthy planet, study shows

Healthy diet means a healthy planet, study shows

Read the full article in The Guardian Eating healthy food is almost always also best for the environment, according to the most sophisticated analysis to date. The researchers said poor diets threaten society by seriously harming people and the planet, but the latest...
USAID’s Nutrition Strategy

USAID’s Nutrition Strategy

Read the original article Borgen Magazine Malnutrition comes in three main forms: undernutrition, which accounts for nearly half of all deaths among children under five, micronutrient deficiencies and obesity. While less commonly identified with malnutrition,...
Japan Agreement Creates Opportunity for U.S. Sorghum Farmers

Japan Agreement Creates Opportunity for U.S. Sorghum Farmers

Read the original article in News Dakota by Todd Ingstad U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe signed an agreement Wednesday that eliminate tariffs or reduces tariffs on $7.2 billion worth of U.S. food and agricultural products, including...
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