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It’s officially summer and we at SAIFood would like to wish you a pleasant summer (let’s hope for our producer audience, this means more rain, high yields, and fewer weeds). Regardless of your profession, we hope you are able to find time to kick back, put up your feet and […]

The post Summer 2019 – Let the Grillin’ and Chillin’ Begin appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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Part 5: Plot Maintenance and Data Collection This is the fifth of a series of #LabToField blogs that will explain the yearly cycle of variety development. Click here to read Part 1: Phytotrons, Part 2: Agriculture Greenhouses, Part 3: The U of S Seed Lab, or Part 4: Seeding The […]

The post New Crop Varieties: The Journey from Lab to Field – Data Collection appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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From June 4-7, 130 people from academia (including myself), government and industry, convened in Ravello, Italy, to share, listen and discuss the latest research on the bioeconomy and biotechnology at the ICABR conference. With over 60 paper presentations, 3 keynote speaker presentations, and multiple plenary and panel discussions far more […]

The post Highlights of the 23rd ICABR Conference appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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Part 4: Seeding Variety Test Plots This is the fourth of a series of #LabToField blogs that will explain the yearly cycle of variety development. Click here to read Part 1: Phytotrons, Part 2: Agriculture Greenhouses, or Part 3: The U of S Seed Lab. Kernen Research Farm The majority […]

The post New Crop Varieties: The Journey from Lab to Field – Seeding appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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This blog is based on the ‘Governance of Digital Sequence Information and Impacts for Access and Benefit Sharing’ technical report which you can find here. Digital Sequence Information (DSI) How do you design an access and benefit sharing (ABS) system that benefits both providers and users of plant genetic resources […]

The post Understanding the Implications of Plant Digital Sequence Information appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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Part 3: Developing New Varieties at the Crop Science Field Laboratory  This is the third post of a series of #LabToField blogs that will explain the yearly cycle of variety development.   Click here to read Part 1: Phytotrons or Part 2: The Agriculture Greenhouses  The Crop Science Field Laboratory The Crop Science […]

The post New Crop Varieties: The Journey from Lab to Field – Seed Lab appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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Greenpeace forced to pay over $250,000 Greenpeace was founded in Canada in 1971, with an objective of using science to support and advance environmental causes and policies. Greenpeace Canada states their value is to use “non-violent creative action to pave the way towards a greener, more peaceful world, and to […]

The post Australian Greenpeace Activists Criminally Guilty appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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Part 2: A Visit to the Agriculture Greenhouses This is the second post of a series of #LabToField blogs that will explain the yearly cycle of variety development. Click here to read Part 1: Phytotrons. U of S Celebrating Hort Week: May 4 to 12, 2019 “Connect with like-minded gardeners […]

The post New Crop Varieties: The Journey from Lab to Field – Greenhouses appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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Safe foods and technologies no longer reaching some markets Risk is an odd thing in modern societies. Most of us prefer to avoid risk, yet we all do risky things every day. We drive, we smoke, we drink, we buy lotto tickets. So, why is it that our practices don’t […]

The post The Politics of Risk appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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Spring has sprung. As the sun and warm temperatures melt away the remnants of winter, farmers across Canada are gearing up for seeding.  Throughout the winter, hours have been spent choosing the best crop varieties for each farm operation.  While this happens yearly, have you ever stopped to consider the […]

The post New Crop Varieties: The Journey from Lab to Field – Phytotron appeared first on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations & Food.

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