The African Plant Breeding Academy, Class IV (2018–2019), UC Davis, created a video of their learning experiences in the plant breeding professional certificate program. The program is taught by world-class scientists, including several from UC Davis.
- Sales/Marketing Professional - Europe
- Looking for an opportunity in India
- Procurement & Sales Manager, Potato Division - Lobinstown, Co. Meath, Ireland
- European regional agent and new sales manager
- Head Grower - Owatonna (Minnesota) USA
- Teeltspecialist (Proeftuin & Veredeling) - Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, Netherlands
- Farm Manager - Riana, Tasmania, Australia
- Industry Development Manager - Rocklea, Australia
- Commercial Manager | Huelva, Spain | Soft Fruits
- Farm manager / Senior grower seeking for his next role
Top 5 -yesterday
- Tasmania is home to one of horticulture's hidden gems: hydroponic grown wasabi
- Precision steering for tomato crops thanks to stonewool products
- “We’ve developed tasty, high-yielding, TYLCV-resistant tomato varieties”
- "Local labour can only replace the experienced harvest workers to a limited extent"
- Vertical Farming Congress to be held in London
Top 5 -last week
- Houweling’s Tomatoes wins Ultra-Clima greenhouse court cases and is awarded first sub-licence
- Yesterday was a peculiar day in the horticultural world....
- First report of ToBRFV infecting sweet pepper in Italy
- At least 3 sources of ToBRFV in Dutch tomato cultivation
- Japanese autotech giant Denso invests in Certhon
Top 5 -last month
- Various ways of hydroponic growing in tropical climates
- "Risk of E. coli in hydroponic and aquaponic systems may be greater than once thought"
- Have a look at a container farm in India
- 'Blueberry used to be an extensive crop, but is becoming more and more intensive"
- Overview: Global impact of Corona virus on fresh produce markets
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Other news in this sector:
- 2020-04-06 Change in CPVO fees regulation as of 1st April 2020
- 2020-04-03 More varieties specifically for high-wire cucumber production
- 2020-04-02 Heirloom plants: Saving the nation's seeds from extinction
- 2020-04-01 Matsui and Nanto become part of Japan Vegetable Seeds
- 2020-03-30 Blackberry Varieties from the University of Arkansas
- 2020-03-27 Maraldi Sementi confirms commitment to innovative baby leaf varieties
- 2020-03-25 Extension of time limits in proceedings before the CPVO
- 2020-03-24 Genetic variability of eggplant germplasm evaluated under open field and glasshouse cropping conditions
- 2020-03-18 Spanish scientists discover how the tomato was able to increase its size by 100 times
- 2020-03-18 Gene switch ENO identified as a tomato fruit regulator
- 2020-03-17 Spinach: past, present and future
- 2020-03-16 New research examines consumer views on gene-edited products
- 2020-03-13 Building a more resilient cucumber
- 2020-03-13 “French retailers demand locally grown blueberries”
- 2020-03-13 "We aren’t good at picking candidate genes, and it’s slowing us down"
- 2020-03-11 In 20 years, what will the cucumber look like?
- 2020-03-10 How scientists create new fruits and vegetables
- 2020-03-10 New findings unravel how plants control energy generation
- 2020-03-03 Spanish scientists develop new eggplants resistant to climate change
- 2020-02-28 Spanish researchers develop tomato plants resistant to Tomato spotted wilt virus