Disease - Articles and news items
Industry news • 21 February 2017 • Roy Manuell | Digital Editor
Existence of TTTTF, a kind of stem rust – named for the characteristic brownish stain it lays down as it destroys wheat leaves and stems – damaged tens of thousands hectares of crops in Sicily….
The 2001 foot and mouth outbreak cost the UK economy an estimated £8 billion. This time around an effective vaccination strategy could prevent this…
Industry news • 8 August 2016 • Roy Manuell
According to US authorities, alfalfa sprouts represent the likely cause of 30 cases of Salmonella, with fingers currently being pointed at supplier Sprouts Extraordinaire…
Industry news • 9 April 2015 • Victoria White
Concerns over the spread of animal diseases are mounting in Lebanon as Syrian refugees bring unvaccinated animals over the border, FAO has warned…
Industry news • 2 April 2015 • Victoria White
The US Agriculture Secretary, Tom Vilsack, has announced the availability of $23 million in USDA funding for citrus greening disease research…
Issue 3 2009 • 10 September 2009 • Anton Haverkort, Senior Researcher, Wageningen University and Research Centre
In most countries with temperate climates, cereal, notably wheat, is the most important arable crop. In a few countries such as the Netherlands, potato dominates. In the European Union, over 50 million hectares of wheat is grown against approximately two million hectares of potato, yielding some 70 million tons of tubers. The majority of the produce is consumed as fresh table potatoes but almost one fifth is processed into starch for industrial and food industry purposes, into frozen products such as french fries and into snacks such as chips (crisps in the UK).
Issue 4 2007 • 16 November 2007 • Sarah J O’Brien, Professor of Health Sciences and Epidemiology, University of Manchester
“Infectious intestinal disease occurs in one in five people each year, of whom one in six presents to a general practitioner.” So wrote Wheeler and colleagues in 1999 (Wheeler et al, 1999). This translated into 9.4 million people suffering from infectious intestinal disease (IID) annually, with around 1.5 million people consulting their GP.
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