All posts tagged "Plant reproduction"

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    Study: Improving the processing of raspberry by freezing

    Raspberry fruit is very sensitive and susceptible to rapid decay. The decline in quality starts practically from the moment when the fruit is picked. Fruits initially lose strength, then release the juice, intensify the development of mold and at last the rotting process starts. The goal of all technological processes after harvest...

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    ARC AND CULDEVCO PARTNERS AGAIN

    A new agreement between Culdevco and the Agricultural Research Council (ARC) for a further 10 year period...

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    Walmart enters the robot pollination business and insiders wonder why

    Walmart has filed a patent for autonomous robotic bees, technically called pollination drones, that could potentially pollinate crops just like real bees. The drones would carry pollen from one plant to another, using sensors and cameras to detect the locations of the crops. First spotted by CB Insights, the robot bee patent appears along five other...

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    The wonderful story of Rudolph Hass and its avocado

     In 1925, Rudolph Hass (rhymes with pass) was 33 years old and earning 25 cents an hour...

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    A bee on wheels to tackle the pollination problem

    Researchers from the Warsaw University of Technology have been working on an automated pollination system for 4 years now. First a mobile version with wheels, and now the flying B-Droid has been garnering considerable interest not only in Poland. That’s hardly surprising, as our scientists have developed software for devices that can...

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    Hazera at Fruit Logistica: Committed to fresh

    At Fruit Logistica 2017 Hazera will be confirming its presence as collaborating partner in the fresh produce supply chain. The TOP 10 vegetable seed company will again be presenting new products, ideas and opportunities for partnerships at one of the biggest events in the fresh produce business, held from February 8th to...

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    Production of seedless fruits an under-estimated tool for improving food security, research shows

    The opportunity to produce bountiful levels of vital food crops such as apples, tomatoes and watermelons could...

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    Israeli scientists discover method to make fruit more heat resistant

    August 2016 was the hottest month, not only the hottest August, since Man invented the thermometer, according...

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