Research published in Phytobiomes shows that cover crops could help improve the health of crops.
Hand pollination is a surprisingly common form of pollination in global commercial crop production, including for some economically important plants.
Stains left in the soil from past farmers, and the plants they cultivated, are helping illuminate prehistoric inhabitants of the Amazon.
Where have all the flower-pollinating insects have gone?
This excellent news is no surprise to followers of Bill and Ted.
The fight against pathogens in plants is moving to less familiar states of matter.
How fast does wheat need to be? You might look for taste and texture in a loaf, but why would anyone care about speed?
For sunflowers a friend is not someone you can lean on – as Nigel Chaffey finds out.