“It’s easy to see how The Age of Seeds could be an award-winning book.”
Two recent papers take different approaches to the potentially disastrous consequences of loading the stratosphere with ash but combined, they act as a warning for the fragility of food security.
Cyber physical technologies such as earth observation and biophysical crop modelling can play a major role in production, sustainability, and profitability of production systems in the face of climate change.
New mathematical model dissects how soybean plants might grow larger in the future.
Enset, a relative of the banana, provides the staple food for around 20 million Ethiopians, yet is barely known outside of the region.
There were many great articles concerning cross-disciplinary research at the interface between plant biology, mathematics and computer science before the launch in silico Plants (isP). We are excited for isP to be home to these types of articles in the future.
While leafy green vegetables are wilting under the summer heatwave, the drought and heat tolerant leafy vegetable, amaranth, provides a nutritious alternative.
Nigel Chaffey discovers that more plants thought to leave pollination to luck possess the power of puppetry.
The next big thing on your dinner plate could be plants that were first domesticated five thousand years ago then forgotten about for centuries.
Nigel Chaffey discovers Nature has its own taxes.