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AMU botanist identifies new plant protein

The new protein will improve the salt stress tolerance of crop plants and the farmland with high salinity soil will be amenable to cultivation

Published on 24th September 2021
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Would like some low-GI biryani? Then, order Telangana Sona rice from this Hyderabad start-up now

Telangana Sona rice is the wonder crop we all need. Its low glycemic index makes it superior in quality and it comes with a host of added benefits. Deccan Mudra wants you to know all about it

Published on 15th September 2021
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Researchers find how plants become good neighbours in times of stress

But in the deep gloom of a dense forest or a cramped crop canopy where resources and photosynthesis are limited, this strategy does not work

Published on 5th July 2021
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Instagram will soon let you post from your laptop. Here's how it will work

The interface has been tweaked with a preview of the content next to the publishing options. Users will also find options to crop the image, apply filters and set a description

Published on 15th May 2021
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Here's how this app by IIT grads is helping 30 lakh farmers network and troubleshoot their problems

Krishify helps farmers to solve their issues, connect with other farmers, seek advice from agricultural experts, access information repository on crops and much more

Published on 29th April 2021
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Study reveals why microplastics should be considered as multiple stressor, not single contaminant

The study reveals that there are multiple impacts of different microplastics with varying sizes, shapes, and chemical makeup to the survival, growth, and development of larval fathead minnows

Published on 21st April 2021
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Study finds diabetes patients to benefit from new 3D bio-printing technique for bone repair

Researchers have developed a technique that produces 3D bioprinted bone-repair 'scaffolds' that are infused with bone marrow stem cells, bone morphogenic protein-4 and macrophage

Published on 30th March 2021
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Study reveals that microplastics in sewage become 'hubs' for drug-resistant bacteria

According to the study, microplastics allow the formation of a slimy layer on their surface which allows bacteria and antibiotic waste to attach and mingle

Published on 26th March 2021
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Scientists predict deadly heat waves will become more common in South Asia

Scientists have said that such an increase in extreme heat events can create unsafe labour conditions in major crop producing parts of India

Published on 25th March 2021
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Guide farmers and adopt villages, Harish Rao tells Telangana agriculture students

The Minister had a lengthy discussion with scientists as well as students on kharif and rabi crops for this year and advised the students to visit farms in nearby villages

Published on 4th February 2021
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Via varied questions, this AgriTech app by an IIIT Hyderabad team helps farmers detect crop diseases in a jiffy

Crop Darpan lines up simple questions which guide the farmer towards a solution for their disease-ridden crop. They have an app and a portal which is currently available in both English and Telugu
 

Published on 2nd February 2021
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Kathua Agriculture Department takes 50 farmers on a visit to SKUAST to improve farming practices

A group of 50 farmers visited Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agriculture Sciences and Technology to learn new techniques of farming and producing quality crops from scientists

Published on 30th January 2021
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This start-up's satellite-based crop monitoring for farmers is out of the world! Literally

Farmonaut is a start-up that is based out of Bengaluru and is working very hard with several farmers across India to help them pre-determine crop diseases with the power of their satellites sensors

Published on 6th November 2020
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How CPCRI's Kalpa Green Chat is getting youngsters interested in agriculture

The Kalpa Green Chat was set up by the Central Plantation Crops Research Institute to answer important questions in agricultural entrepreneurship and the industry at large

Published on 14th October 2020
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Simply Fresh's veggies are just what the doctor prescribed. Check out this Hyderabad-based AgriTech start-up 

After reading about all that goes into growing crops at Simply Fresh India, they'll become your favourites. They have two farms in Telangana and both follow hydroponic and precision farming

Published on 4th October 2020

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