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Fungal disease could reduce global wheat production by 13% until 2050 | 3 min. read

Climate change poses a threat to yields and food security worldwide, with plant diseases as one of the main risks. An international team of researchers surrounding Prof. Senthold Asseng from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has now shown that further spread of the fungal disease wheat blast could reduce global wheat production by 13% until 2050. The result is dramatic for global food security.

3D food printing vital for creating plant-based alternatives, with buckwheat being ‘most promising’ ingredient

Emerging technologies such as 3D food printing (3DFP) are unlocking opportunities to develop nutrient-rich and personalized plant-based substitutes for traditional meat, say researchers. A group of researchers from Kazakhstan conducted a review of recent studies to explore the utilization of common plant-based protein sources, such as soybean, pean, lentil and buckwheat, for 3DFP. 

Food Navigator Asia | 4 min. read

Diversity of chemical composition and nutritional value in grain from selected winter wheat cultivars grown in south-western Poland

Given the low protein coverage by legumes in Poland, alternatives (with high protein content and high nutritional value) are being sought (with high protein content and high nutritional value of protein) that could replace these plants. Cereal cultivation dominates in Poland; hence, the search for high-value plants will also consider this group of plants. The aim of the study was to compare the nutritional value of proteins from two wheat cultivars.

Scientific Reports | 16 min. read

NASA scientists use AI to beat climate change in farming

NASA is using satellite imagery and artificial intelligence to transform modern farming. Hawai’i’s agricultural production and food systems have suffered for decades because of ongoing issues of climate change, commercial exploitation, and policy failures. NASA is stepping in to lend its expertise in hopes of addressing food security and rebuilding local agriculture.

MSN | 4 min. read

New EU project to create climate-resilient cereal crops

BioAtlantis Ltd. has announced the signing of the European project BOOSTER, funded by the European Commission within the framework of the Horizon Europe program. BOOSTER aims to improve drought tolerance in both maize and teff, while simultaneously exploring the potential for transferring species-specific drought responsive features. By exploiting natural genetic variations to achieve drought-tolerant genotypes, and by developing plant biostimulants derived from living organisms, BOOSTER will harness the natural resources available to develop new varieties of drought-tolerant agricultural crops.

AgriBusiness Global | 3 min. read

past issues

Oct. 19, 2023 | Starch discovery unlocks benefits for brewing, baking and milling industries

Oct. 5, 2023 | Protect our agronomic future at Cereals & Grains 23

Sept. 21, 2023 | Ancient plant protein could create climate-resilient crop

Sept. 7, 2023 | America is using up its groundwater like there’s no tomorrow

Aug. 24, 2023 | What’s the environmental impact of wheat?

Aug. 10, 2023 | The impact of weather, war on wheat production and food security

July 27, 2023 | Rice crops are being threatened by El Niño

July 13, 2023 | Earth sets an unofficial heat record

June 29, 2023 | CRISPR’d rice resistant to major fungal pest

June 15, 2023 | Camouflaging wheat with a wheat smell could be a new approach to pest control

June 1, 2023 | Uncovering new mechanisms for wheat rust resistance

May 18, 2023 | Single-cell sequencing reveals trait evolution in cereal crops

May 4, 2023 | Breeding, technological advances enhance taste, texture and nutrition of plant-based protein

April 20, 2023 | Wheat disease’s global spread concerns researchers

April 6, 2023 | In Ukraine, grain shortages reverberate beyond borders

March 23, 2023 | UK scientists are growing genetically edited wheat to reduce cancer risk from burnt foods

March 9, 2023 | Wheat's ancient roots of viral resistance uncovered

Feb. 23, 2023 | The 2023 farm bill should empower farmers to feed America

Feb. 9, 2023 | Will fading La Nina boost prospects for the 2023 U.S. corn crop?

Jan. 26, 2023 | NASDA announces 2023 federal policy focus

Jan. 12, 2023 | ‘Holy grail’ wheat gene discovery could feed our overheated world

Dec. 15, 2022 | Celebrating a successful Cereals & Grains 22

Dec. 1, 2022 | A shift to whole grain food would reduce malnutrition and diseases

Nov. 17, 2022 | Ukraine’s sparse wheat plantings are sowing further trouble for global food security

Nov. 3, 2022 | How whole grain can help make the world a better place

Oct. 20, 2022 | Examining 300 years of wheat collections to make crucial crop more robust for future food

Oct. 6, 2022 | Innovate the future of food at Cereals & Grains 22

Sept. 22, 2022 | Climate change, conflict decimate Syria's grain crop

Sept. 8, 2022 | Russia threatens to limit Ukraine’s Black Sea grain exports

Aug. 25, 2022 | World food shortage going from 'bad to worse'

Aug. 11, 2022 | Growing cereal crops with less fertilizer

July 28, 2022 | How will the Ukraine grain deal affect the global food crisis?

July 14, 2022 | Alternative proteins may be best investment for slowing climate change

June 30, 2022 | Russia ‘turning wave of food crises into tsunami’ by blocking grain exports

June 16, 2022 | French grain production continues slide

June 2, 2022 | New study reveals just how bleak the future is for corn

May 19, 2022 | Fertilizer, grain shortages contributing to rising food prices

May 5, 2022 | The geopolitics of wheat

April 21, 2022 | Alternative flours fuel snack food innovation

April 7, 2022 | USDA offers surprises in Prospective Plantings report

March 24, 2022 | Record high fertilizer prices spark fears of global starvation

March 10, 2022 | How the Russia-Ukraine War will make bread unaffordable in some countries

February 24, 2022 | 89% of consumers support companies that make plant-based products

February 10, 2022 | Welcome to inGRAINed!


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