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Top 5 -yesterday
Top 5 -last week
- ‘EU citrus ban due to false codling moth not politically motivated’
- GLOBAL MARKET OVERVIEW GARLIC
- "We have noticed that oranges are losing ground and mandarin consumption is on the rise"
- Something sweet out of the bitterness of a citrus season gone awry
- Consumers are buying more frozen vegetables because they are a healthy cheaper option
Top 5 -last month
- Vegetable trade war between Botswana and South Africa escalates
- Europe puts a lid on organic orange production in South Africa
- Citrus exporter: Appeal to shipping lines met with “an arrogance that astonishes me”
- Faster avocado growing method developed by Israeli researchers
- New potato disease found in North Dakota and Minnesota
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The current issue of the BEENOW magazine includes interviews with leading scientists from research institutes such as the University of Freiburg in Germany, Wageningen University in the Netherlands and the University of Guelph in Canada, all of whom are involved in the projects featured on the cover page. Additional articles cover the many partnerships that Bayer has been involved in.
The magazine will be complemented by supplementary material, such as videos and useful links that can all be found online at http://www.beenow.bayer.com. Regular updates about further projects that we are involved with will also be added throughout next year.
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