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Determinants of adoption of small-scale irrigation practices as adaptation strategies to climate change stresses in Kersa District, Eastern Oromia, Ethiopia

from Discover Food

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Higher food prices can reduce poverty and stimulate growth in food production

from Nature Food

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Global seaweed farming and processing in the past 20 years

from Food Production, Processing and Nutrition

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Nutrient supply from marine small-scale fisheries

from Scientific Reports

Nature Research 25 px © Springer Nature 2020

Widening mismatch between UK seafood production and consumer demand: a 120-year perspective

from Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries

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Regulated deficit irrigation: an effective way to solve the shortage of agricultural water for horticulture

from Stress Biology

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Sevenfold variation in global feeding capacity depends on diets, land use and nitrogen management

from Nature Food

Nature Research 25 px © Springer Nature 2020

Water-efficient genotypes along with conservation measures significantly reduce the green and blue water footprints in sugarcane (Saccharum spp.)

from Scientific Reports

Nature Research 25 px © Springer Nature 2020

Children’s and adolescents’ rising animal-source food intakes in 1990–2018 were impacted by age, region, parental education and urbanicity

from Nature Food

Nature Research 25 px © Springer Nature 2020

"A comprehensive review on bitter gourd (Momordica charantia L.) as a gold mine of functional bioactive components for therapeutic foods    "

from Food Production, Processing and Nutrition

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The microbiome of cereal plants: The current state of knowledge and the potential for future applications

from Environmental Microbiome

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The Phantom Menace: latest findings on effector biology in the rice blast fungus

from aBIOTECH

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Simple solutions for complex problems? What is missing in agriculture for nutrition interventions

from Food Security

Springer 20 px © Springer Nature 2020

Microbiome engineering and plant biostimulants for sustainable crop improvement and mitigation of biotic and abiotic stresses

from Discover Food

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Food insecurity and disasters: predicting disparities in total and first-time food pantry visits during the COVID-19 pandemic

from Food Security

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