the South Korean government temporarily banned the import of fruits from two areas of California on November 7 following the us administration's declaration that harmful insects were

the findings of the Central Institute of Research for Cotton ( circot ), New Delhi, published in the Indian Textiles Journal , say that it is favourable for the Indian industry that

Scientists of Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry have claimed success in controling the premature leaf fall disease afflicting apple trees.

There is no terminator gene, it is only a concept, Monsanto India country director, Mr Terry Bunn said at a hastily convened press conference to scotch rumours about the $7.5 billion MNC's

The best teas in the world are probably going through one of the worst times in its history. After witnessing record low crops in 1997, the Darjeeling tea industry is headed for fresh trouble. Even

As prices of farm products dwindle, and with them rural incomes, European farmers are redesigning their farms to take in tourists, a practice known as agritourism, and governments are helping them to

The three day workshop on soil fertility experiments being held in Kathmandu, Nepal have come out with eight major recommendations, chief among them is transfer of technology from researchers to

SPIC Science Foundation (SSF) in Chennai and the Bio-technology Division of the Kerala Agriculture University (KAU) at Thrissur, Kerala, propose to collaborate on joint research programmes in

The Inter-Governmental Group On Oilseeds under the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has endorsed the $1.5 million project for integrated pest management (IPM) in the coconut sector being

Intervet (India) Ltd is launching a project pregnant with possibilities for India's bovine population. The project, at Jagannathpur in Orissa, seeks to inject new breeding techniques for cows at a