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Sustaintability -
Irish Minister of Agriculture highlights benefits of farm forestry
Andrew Doyle has visited the Teagasc Farm Forestry Award 2018 winner's farm forest.

Vegetable Health -
What fertilizers and pesticides commonly go on agricultural fields and why?
The ultimate goal with fertilizer and pesticide use is to produce the best crop possible while minimizing environmental harm.

Pollination -
A study shows that sunflower seeds treated with neonicotinoids do not affect honey bees
The research, carried out by the INIA, the UCO and the UAL, concludes that the initial vigor of the colonies significantly influences their viability.

Newness -
SAME presents its new range Frutteto CVT S:
The new range of the tractor manufacturer includes technical specifications that facilitate its use.

Research -
Extending IPM programmes with cisgenic potato results in more sustainable potato production
The crops used for the study were late blight resistant potato varieties.

Investments -
The US NIFA invests in research on the implications of gene editing technologies in agriculture
The objective of these studies is to respond to the controversy that exists on the part of society about this type of practices.




Spanish Fruit & Vegetable markets



Rape Growing

Rape is a cruciferous plant with pivot and profound root. When its main root encounters obstacles to deepen, it is capable of developing secondary roots.


Triticale Growing

Triticale is a cereal, a product of crossbreeding between wheat and rye. Its name is formed from Triticum (wheat) and Secale (rye).


Flax Growing

Flax belongs to the family Linaceae. It is herbaceous and annual species. Its roots are shorts and its stems have a maximum length of one meter. It has narrow and entire leaves. Its solitary terminal flowers are…


Poinsettia Growing

Poinsettia is a shrubby plant that is very common to confuse its bracts with its leaves. The bracts are brightly coloured and developed at the end of the branches surrounding the inflorescences.


Pomegranate Growing

The origin of the pomegranate extends from the Balkans to the Himalayas; it is considered as one of the most cultivated fruit trees since ancient times so there is a great genetic diversity.

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