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With sugar output down nearly 25%, UK beet farmers pressure government to lift ban on neonic pesticides

With sugar output down nearly 25%, UK beet farmers pressure government to lift ban on neonic pesticides

Farmers Weekly | 
Sugar beet processor British Sugar said that just over two months into the beet harvesting campaign, white sugar production is ...
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Neonicotinoid insecticide ban fuels ‘big rise’ in cabbage stem flea beetle damage to UK oilseed rape crops

Farmers Weekly | 
Oilseed rape crops across southern England are seeing a big rise in pest damage from cabbage stem flea beetles, with ...
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How injecting genes into pea plants could introduce disease resistance and improve nutrition

Farmers Weekly | 
Scientists are injecting genes into pea plants to speed up introducing better disease resistance and improving the nutrition of this ...

Could wheat be made more like maize?

Farmers Weekly | 
The following is an excerpt. Wheat yields could potentially double as scientists seek to make the crop's efficiency of photosynthesis ...
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