The USDA report described five indicator categories to assess the impacts of climate change on agriculture, including physical, crop and livestock, biological, phenological and socioeconomic.
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International Trade Secretary Liz Truss goes ahead with new Trade and Agriculture Commission.
A study has set targets to reduce methane production by dairy cattle by 20 percent in 10 years through selective breeding.
PepsiCo's Chris Daly discusses how the multinational food and beverage corporation is finding innovative ways to tackle long-term sustainability challenges and create more environmentally-friendly processes.
Focusing on sustainability, the campaign hopes to continue some of the organic trends that emerged as a result of the pandemic and has stated that “this shift means now, more than ever, is the time be championing the organic.”
The study has identified a sub class of peptides which inhibit to growth of Botrytis cinerea, a grey mould causing fungus which is said to be a major problem for farmers growing strawberries, grapes, raspberries, tomatoes and lettuce.
A peer-reviewed report has revealed that large quantities of head and up to one-fifth of Brazil's surging soy exports to the European Union are tainted by illegal deforestation.
The report has called for urgent changes to the global food system in order to prevent future outbreaks such as COVID-19.
Thomas Constant, Founder and CEO of BeoBia, answers New Food's questions about how and why the British start-up has launched home insect growing pods.
Analysis of pesticide run-off into the Great Barrier Reef has found that 99.8 percent of water samples contained pesticide mixtures, and researchers are now working with farmers to try and alleviate the problem.
A collaborative study from Cornell University and Washington State University has found that some farmers will have to decide between either low yields or revenue instability as a result of climate change.
Of the scenarios the paper discussed, included are two approaches that illustrate what aquaculture might look like if nations refocus inward for food and nutrition security in the COVID-19 era.
The British Government has stated that it remains confident that the Agriculture Bill will reach Royal Assent in time to begin the transition towards a new, fairer agricultural system in England as planned in 2021.