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  • ID: 4900633
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  • January 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 783 pages
  • Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing

This is a new thematic database of chapters that bring you comprehensive reviews of the latest research in crop science as 'bite sized' pieces of content and will enable you to efficiently access what's really going on in your specialist subject. This collection includes 1006 crop-related chapters, both on individual crops and on key steps in the value chain, from crop breeding to harvest.

This collection has a total of 1006 chapters.

Some of the topics covered in the database include:

  • Access to mechanization for smallholder farmers in Africa
  • The challenges of smallholder farming
  • Collection and evaluation of banana and plantain landraces in Africa
  • Collection and evaluation of wild Musa species
  • Cytogenetics of structural rearrangements in Musa hybrids and cultivars
  • Developing hybrid banana varieties with improved properties
  • The economics of smallholder farming
  • Exploiting current Musa collections
  • Financial services for smallholders
  • Genetic modification of bananas: the long road to farmers’ fields
  • Identifying and classifying banana cultivars
  • Improving integrated soil fertility management (ISFM) by smallholders
  • Improving market access for smallholders
  • Incentivizing sustainable production practices: improving and scaling extension, certification, carbon markets and other incentive systems

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  1. Understanding and mitigating the impact of climate change on insect pests and food security
  2. Access to mechanization for smallholder farmers in Africa
  3. The challenges of smallholder farming
  4. Collection and evaluation of banana and plantain landraces in Africa
  5. Collection and evaluation of wild Musa species
  6. Cytogenetics of structural rearrangements in Musa hybrids and cultivars
  7. Developing hybrid banana varieties with improved properties
  8. The economics of smallholder farming
  9. Exploiting current Musa collections
  10. Financial services for smallholders
  11. Genetic modification of bananas: the long road to farmers’ fields
  12. Identifying and classifying banana cultivars
  13. Improving integrated soil fertility management (ISFM) by smallholders
  14. Improving market access for smallholders
  15. Incentivizing sustainable production practices: improving and scaling extension, certification, carbon markets and other incentive systems
  16. Making banana breeding more effective
  17. Overcoming the fertility crisis in bananas (Musa spp.)
  18. An overview of genetic improvement in bananas over the last century
  19. The role and challenges of the private sector in enabling market access for smallholders
  20. The role and challenges of the private sector in supplying inputs to smallholders
  21. Safe dissemination of germplasm resources of banana
  22. Scope of collecting wild Musa species germplasm
  23. Seed germination, preservation and population genetics of wild Musa germplasm
  24. Smallholder seed systems for sustainability
  25. Strengthening commercial extension systems for smallholders
  26. Strengthening public-sector extension systems for smallholder farmers in Kenya
  27. Supporting female smallholders
  28. Targeted improvement of Cavendish clones
  29. The usage of phenotyping, genetics and functional genomics approaches to improve environmental stress factors in banana
  30. Water management for rainfed smallholder farming
  31. New technologies to improve the ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources
  32. Tools for pest and disease management by stakeholders: a case study on Plantwise
  33. The regulation of genome-edited crops
  34. Advances in bulk storage of cereals and grains
  35. Advances in detection and management of phosphine resistance in stored grain pests
  36. Advances in insect pest management in postharvest storage of cereals: detection and monitoring
  37. Advances in insect pest management in postharvest storage of cereals: novel techniques
  38. Advances in insect pest management in postharvest storage of cereals: use of controlled atmosphere and temperature control
  39. Advances in post-harvest detection and control of fungal contamination of cereals
  40. Advances in techniques for monitoring the quality of stored cereal grains
  41. Advances in understanding fungal contamination in cereals
  42. Advances in understanding rodent pests affecting cereal grains
  43. Biologically based control strategies for managing stored-product insect pests
  44. Post-harvest losses of cereals and other grains: opportunity among issues and challenges
  45. Supporting smallholder farmers in developing countries to improve postharvest management of staple grains: the role of loss reduction technologies
  46. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi as biostimulants for sustainable crop production
  47. Bioactive compounds and evaluation of biostimulant activity
  48. Biostimulant action of protein hydrolysates on crops
  49. Combining plant biostimulants and precision agriculture
  50. Designing and formulating microbial and non-microbial biostimulants
  51. Humic substances (HS) as plant biostimulants in agriculture
  52. Plant biostimulants and their influence on nutrient use efficiency (NUE)
  53. Plant biostimulants: a new paradigm for the sustainable intensification of crops
  54. Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) as plant biostimulants in agriculture
  55. Seaweed extracts as plant biostimulants in agriculture
  56. Silicon as a biostimulant in agriculture
  57. Developments in the use of hermetic bags for grain storage
  58. Genome editing of barley
  59. Advances in abiotic stress-resistant varieties of ornamentals
  60. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) for more effective decision making in agriculture
  61. Advances in conventional breeding techniques for ornamentals
  62. Advances in data security for more effective decision-making in agriculture
  63. Advances in irrigation practices and technology in ornamental cultivation
  64. Advances in molecular breeding of ornamentals
  65. Advances in protected cultivation of ornamentals
  66. Advances in tissue culture techniques for ornamental plant propagation
  67. Climate-smart crop production: understanding complexity for achieving triple-wins
  68. The contribution of integrated crop–livestock systems in combatting climate change and improving resilience in agricultural production to achieve food security
  69. Decision support systems (DSS) for better fertiliser management
  70. Decision-support systems for pest monitoring and management
  71. Developing decision-support systems for crop rotations
  72. Developing decision support systems for improving data management in agricultural supply chains
  73. Diseases affecting ornamental geophytes and their control
  74. Effects of climate change on agricultural soils
  75. The effects on crop cultivation of increased CO₂, temperature and ozone levels due to climate change
  76. Environmental physiology of ornamental crops
  77. Exploiting the genetic diversity of ornamentals
  78. Improving data access for more effective decision making in agriculture
  79. Improving data identification and tagging for more effective decision making in agriculture
  80. Improving data management and decision-making in precision agriculture
  81. Improving data standards and integration for more effective decision-making in agriculture
  82. Improving nutrient management in the cultivation of ornamental plants in greenhouse, container and field production
  83. Measuring and quantifying greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural activities
  84. Modeling the effects of climate change on agriculture: a focus on cropping systems
  85. The role of agricultural expansion, land cover and land-use change in contributing to climate change
  86. The role of crop cultivation in contributing to climate change
  87. The use of gene-editing techniques in breeding improved ornamentals
  88. Advances in the use of Bt genes in insect-resistant crops
  89. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic bacteria/microbial control agents (MCAs) as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests
  90. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic fungi as biopesticides in suppressing crop pests
  91. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic nematodes (EPNs) as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests
  92. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic oomycetes as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests
  93. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic viruses as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests
  94. Advances in the use of semiochemicals in integrated pest management: pheromones
  95. Challenges and initiatives in reducing food loss and waste in Europe
  96. Challenges and initiatives in reducing food losses and waste: Latin America and the Caribbean
  97. Challenges and initiatives in reducing food losses and waste: United States
  98. Development of plant-derived compounds as biopesticides
  99. The environmental impact of food loss and waste (FLW)
  100. Food losses and food waste in roots and tubers
  101. Food losses and waste during food processing
  102. Food losses and waste in cereal grains
  103. Food losses and waste in the Near East and North Africa region
  104. Food losses and waste: terminology, definitions, quantification and causes
  105. Food losses during production of agricultural commodities
  106. Food security and food waste: key issues
  107. Food waste at the consumer level
  108. Food waste in food services
  109. Householder food waste prevention campaigns: contributions from psychology and marketing
  110. The impact of food loss and waste on human nutrition and health
  111. Implementing biopesticides as part of an integrated pest management (IPM) programme
  112. Improving methods for developing new microbial biopesticides
  113. Improving regulatory approval processes for biopesticides and other new biological technologies in agriculture
  114. Investment needs and role of the private sector in reducing food loss and waste
  115. Losses and waste in fruits and vegetables
  116. The multidimensional socio-economic impacts of food losses and waste
  117. Peptides as novel biopesticides
  118. Plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPBs) as biocontrol agents against invertebrate pests
  119. Possible use of allelochemicals in integrated pest management (IPM)
  120. Reusing and recycling of food waste
  121. Reusing food waste: the importance of mycotoxin detection and decontamination
  122. The role of food losses and waste in food insecurity
  123. Advances in assessing nutrient availability in soils
  124. Advances in fertigation techniques to optimize crop nutrition
  125. Advances in foliar fertilizers to optimize crop nutrition
  126. Advances in integrated plant nutrient management
  127. Advances in optimising nitrogen-use efficiency in crop production
  128. Advances in optimizing potassium-use efficiency in crop production
  129. Advances in understanding boron cycling in soils, uptake/use by plants and ways of optimizing boron use efficiency in crop production
  130. Advances in understanding crop use of phosphorus
  131. Advances in understanding iron cycling in soils, uptake/use by plants and ways of optimising iron-use efficiency in crop production
  132. Advances in understanding the environmental effects of phosphorus fertilization
  133. Advances in understanding the nitrogen cycle in crop production
  134. Advances in understanding the potassium cycle in crop production
  135. Advances in understanding uptake and utilization of nitrogen in wheat
  136. Bio-effectors to optimize the mineral nutrition of crop plants
  137. Building continuous productive (peri-) urban landscapes
  138. Building natural resource networks: urban agriculture and the circular economy
  139. The changing role of urban agriculture in municipal planning: from planning for urban agriculture to urban agriculture for planning
  140. Creating a public policy framework to support urban agriculture
  141. Current advances in zinc in soils and plants: implications for zinc efficiency and biofortification studies
  142. Developments in the use of fertilizers
  143. The effect of soil organic matter on plant mineral nutrition
  144. Enhancing phosphorus-use efficiency in crop production
  145. Micronutrients: advances in understanding manganese cycling in soils, acquisition by plants and ways of optimizing manganese efficiency in crops
  146. Micronutrients: advances in understanding molybdenum in crop production
  147. Optimising aquaculture/aquaponics in urban agriculture: developing rooftop water farms
  148. Optimizing horticulture for urban agriculture
  149. Optimizing the use of treated wastes in crop nutrition
  150. Optimizing urban beekeeping
  151. Pest management for urban agriculture
  152. Potassium in crop physiology
  153. Redirecting nutrients in urban waste to urban agriculture
  154. Rooftop systems for urban agriculture
  155. Secondary macronutrients: advances in understanding calcium cycling in soils, uptake/use by plants and ways of optimizing calcium-use efficiency in crop production
  156. Urban agriculture and local communities: encouraging engagement, building cohesion, and linking to global agreements
  157. Vertical farming systems for urban agriculture
  158. Biomass gasification for bioenergy
  159. Fast pyrolysis for biofuel production
  160. Producing biofuels with torrefaction
  161. Production of biodiesel from oilseeds: canola/rapeseed
  162. Production of biodiesel from oilseeds: Jatropha curcas
  163. Production of biodiesel from renewable sources
  164. Sustainable use of seaweed for biofuel
  165. Sustainable use of switchgrass for biofuel
  166. Advanced designs for barley breeding experiments
  167. Advances in molecular breeding techniques for barley: genome-wide association studies (GWAS)
  168. Advances in molecular breeding techniques for barley: targeted induced local lesions in genomes (TILLING)
  169. Advances in postharvest storage and handling of barley: methods to prevent or reduce mycotoxin contamination
  170. Advances in understanding barley plant physiology: responses to abiotic stress
  171. Advances in understanding of barley plant physiology: plant development and architecture
  172. Developing barley crops for improved brewing quality
  173. Developing barley crops for improved malt quality
  174. Exploring barley germplasm for yield improvement under sulphur-limiting environments
  175. Fungal diseases affecting barley
  176. Integrated disease management of barley
  177. Integrated weed management in barley cultivation
  178. Mapping and exploiting the barley genome: techniques for mapping genes and relating them to desirable traits
  179. Nutritional and bioactive compounds in barley
  180. Optimising the use of barley as an animal feed
  181. Advances in controlled atmosphere storage of horticultural produce
  182. Advances in cooling technologies to preserve horticultural produce
  183. Advances in modified atmosphere and active packaging of horticultural produce
  184. Advances in postharvest sanitizing regimes for horticultural produce
  185. Advances in the potential use of non-thermal plasma in postharvest treatment of fresh horticultural produce
  186. Advances in the use of barrier coatings and additives in the preservation of fresh horticultural produce
  187. Advances in the use of biological control agents in the disinfection of horticultural produce
  188. Advances in the use of irradiation for the market access of fresh horticultural produce
  189. Advances in the use of ozone in the disinfection of horticultural produce
  190. Advances in understanding pathogens contaminating horticultural produce
  191. Advances in using heat for disinfection/disinfestation of horticultural produce
  192. Benefits of Conservation Agriculture to farmers and society
  193. Biodiversity management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  194. Carbon management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems: carbon sequestration rates
  195. Carbon management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems: soil organic carbon fraction losses and restoration
  196. Certification schemes for Conservation Agriculture systems
  197. Conservation Agriculture: climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits
  198. Conservation Agriculture Systems: soil health and landscape management
  199. Crop and cropping systems management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  200. Development of Conservation Agriculture systems globally
  201. Harnessing ecosystem services with Conservation Agriculture
  202. Insect pest and disease management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems: a case of push–pull practice
  203. Institutional and policy support for Conservation Agriculture uptake
  204. Management of vegetable Conservation Agriculture systems
  205. Managing perennial Conservation Agriculture systems: orchards, plantations and agroforestry
  206. Monitoring postharvest attributes: instrumental techniques for measuring harvest maturity/fruit quality
  207. The need for Conservation Agriculture
  208. Nutrient management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  209. Postharvest handling of organically produced specialty crops
  210. Post-harvest risk management of biological hazards encountered in horticultural produce
  211. Practice and benefits of Conservation Agriculture systems
  212. Rehabilitating degraded and abandoned agricultural lands with Conservation Agriculture systems
  213. The role and management of soil mulch and cover crops in Conservation Agriculture systems
  214. The role of crop and cropping system management in Conservation Agriculture systems
  215. The role of no or minimum mechanical soil disturbance in Conservation Agriculture systems
  216. Smart distribution to maintain shelf life of horticultural produce
  217. Social benefits of Conservation Agriculture systems
  218. Soil management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  219. The status of mechanization in Conservation Agriculture systems
  220. Weed management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  221. Advances in the understanding of barley plant physiology: factors determining grain development, composition, and chemistry
  222. Challenges and initiatives in reducing postharvest food losses and food waste: sub-Saharan Africa
  223. The role of food banks in food security and food loss and waste (FLW) prevention
  224. Sustainable use of Miscanthus for biofuel
  225. Achieving sustainable cultivation of litchi
  226. Advances in avocado propagation for the sustainable supply of planting materials
  227. Advances in breeding and cultivation of pomegranate
  228. Advances in breeding of coconut
  229. Advances in breeding of mangoes
  230. Advances in breeding of papaya
  231. Advances in cultivation of avocado
  232. Advances in cultivation of coconut
  233. Advances in guava breeding
  234. Advances in guava cultivation
  235. Advances in integrated pest management (IPM) in citrus cultivation
  236. Advances in mandarin breeding
  237. Advances in mango cultivation
  238. Advances in papaya cultivation
  239. Advances in postharvest handling of citrus fruit
  240. Advances in understanding the ecology of citrus insect pests
  241. Crop improvement in jackfruit
  242. Ecological intensification of banana production systems
  243. Harvesting citrus: challenges and perspectives in an automated world
  244. Lime breeding: a way forward
  245. Mapping and exploiting the citrus genome
  246. Advances and improvements in modeling plant processes
  247. Agroecosystem models for delivering ecosystem services
  248. Crop simulation model inter-comparison and improvement
  249. Data for developing, testing, and applying crop and farm models
  250. Dealing with uncertainty in crop models
  251. Developing climate-based decision support systems from agricultural systems models
  252. The DSSAT crop modeling ecosystem
  253. Functional–structural plant modeling of plants and crops
  254. The future of crop modeling for sustainable agriculture
  255. Improving crop pest/disease modeling
  256. Improving modeling of nutrient cycles in crop cultivation
  257. Improving modelling of water cycles in crop cultivation
  258. Integrating economic simulation models with whole-farm system models for ex ante technology impact assessment
  259. Landscape models to support sustainable intensification of agroecological systems
  260. Modeling crop rotations: capturing short- and long-term feedbacks for sustainability and soil health
  261. Whole-farm system models in practice: diverse applications
  262. Improving supply chains to prevent food losses and waste: an overview
  263. Advances in augmentative biological control in integrated pest management
  264. Advances in breeding crops resistant to insect pests: rice as a paradigm
  265. Advances in classical biological control to support IPM of perennial agricultural crops
  266. Advances in conservation biological control and habitat management for IPM
  267. Advances in microbial control in integrated pest management: entomopathogenic fungi
  268. Advances in microbial control in IPM: entomopathogenic viruses
  269. Advances in physical control methods in IPM
  270. Advances in understanding agroecosystems ecology and its applications in integrated pest management
  271. Advances in understanding species ecology: phenological and life cycle modeling of insect pests
  272. Advances in understanding the ecology of invasive crop insect pests and their impact on IPM
  273. Advances in use of entomopathogenic nematodes in integrated pest management
  274. Biotechnology applications for integrated pest management
  275. Chemical control in IPM systems: advances in selective pesticides and application systems
  276. Ecological impacts of pesticides and their mitigation within IPM systems
  277. Economic assessment of integrated pest management (IPM) implementation
  278. Foundations of an IPM program: detection, identification, and quantification
  279. Integrated pest management (IPM) in greenhouse and other protected environments
  280. Integrated pest management (IPM) of nematodes
  281. Integrated pest management of mites
  282. Monitoring and minimizing health risks related to pesticides
  283. Peptide-based biopesticides
  284. Plant-insect interactions, host-plant resistance, and integrated pest management
  285. Robot-enhanced insect pest control: reality or fantasy?
  286. The role and use of genetically engineered insect-resistant crops in integrated pest management systems
  287. The synergism of biocontrol and plant resistance: a path to advance IPM to higher levels of integration
  288. Understanding agroecosystems and pest management: from chemical control to integrated biodiversity management
  289. Temperature deviations during transport as a cause for food losses
  290. The role of food safety in food waste and losses
  291. Achieving sustainable greenhouse production: present status, recent advances and future developments
  292. Advances in breeding of cucumber and watermelon
  293. Advances in carrot breeding
  294. Advances in greenhouse design
  295. Advances in greenhouses and other protected structures used for cultivation of vegetables
  296. Advances in irrigation management in greenhouse cultivation
  297. Advances in irrigation techniques in vegetable cultivation
  298. Advances in lettuce breeding and genetics
  299. Advances in lettuce cultivation
  300. Advances in nutrient management in greenhouse cultivation
  301. Advances in organic cultivation of vegetables
  302. Advances in organic greenhouse cultivation
  303. Advances in pea breeding
  304. Advances in pest and disease management in greenhouse cultivation
  305. Advances in screenhouse design and practice for protected cultivation
  306. Advances in understanding and mitigating vegetable responses to abiotic stress
  307. Advances in understanding insect pests of vegetables: a case study of sweetpotato weevil
  308. Advances in understanding soil health for vegetable cultivation
  309. Alternative tillage production systems for cucurbit vegetables
  310. Apple mosaic virus: biology, epidemiology and detection
  311. Apple replant disease: causes and management
  312. Assessing the environmental impact of greenhouse cultivation
  313. Assessing the impact of environmental factors on the quality of greenhouse produce
  314. Automation and robotics in greenhouses
  315. Biological control in integrated management of deciduous fruit insect pests: the use of semiochemicals
  316. Breeding fruit cultivars with durable disease resistance
  317. Brown rot: causes, detection and control of Monilinia spp. affecting tree fruit
  318. Cultural control of arthropod pests in temperate tree fruit
  319. Developments in breeding vegetables
  320. Developments in growing substrates for soilless cultivation
  321. Developments in soilless/hydroponic cultivation of vegetables
  322. Disease monitoring and decision making in integrated fruit disease management
  323. Epidemiology and management of apple scab
  324. Fungal diseases of fruit: apple canker in Asia
  325. Fungal diseases of fruit: apple cankers in Europe
  326. Improving fungicide use in integrated fruit disease management
  327. Improving monitoring and forecasting in integrated management of fruit arthropod pests
  328. Improving plant propagation methods for fruit disease control
  329. Insect pests of fruit: aphids
  330. Integrated management of mite pests of tree fruit
  331. Integrated management of tortricid pests of tree fruit
  332. Integrated management of tree fruit insect pests: Drosophila suzukii (Spotted Wing Drosophila)
  333. Integrated pest management (IPM) in vegetables: examples of successful deployment
  334. Microbiological safety of vegetable produce: the impact of pre- and post-harvest practices
  335. Models, sensors and decision support systems in greenhouse cultivation
  336. New techniques for managing postharvest diseases of fruit: physical, chemical and biological agents
  337. Optimizing insecticide use in integrated management of fruit insect pests
  338. Plum pox virus: detection and management
  339. Powdery mildew: biology, epidemiology, and management of Podosphaera spp. of tree fruit
  340. Sustainable carrot production
  341. Sustainable systems for integrated fish and vegetable production: new perspectives on aquaponics
  342. Sustainable use of energy in greenhouses
  343. Towards sustainable plant factories with artificial lighting (PFALs): from greenhouses to vertical farms
  344. Understanding and monitoring diseases of vegetables
  345. Understanding crop responses to controlled climates in greenhouses
  346. Use of biocontrol agents in fruit tree disease management
  347. Assessing socio-economic impacts of agriculture
  348. The environmental impact of valorising agricultural by-products
  349. Improvement options for agricultural crop production for food, feed and bioenergy
  350. Key challenges in modelling of agricultural activities and their environmental impact
  351. Life cycle assessment methodology for agriculture: some considerations for best practices
  352. Modelling impacts of agriculture on freshwater
  353. The use of farm-level models to assess the environmental impact of livestock production
  354. Using life cycle assessment to compare intensive versus extensive agricultural systems
  355. Advances in breeding of chestnuts
  356. Advances in breeding of hazelnuts
  357. Advances in cultivation of chestnuts
  358. Advances in cultivation of pistachio
  359. Advances in cultivation of walnuts
  360. Advances in detecting tree nut allergens
  361. Advances in understanding health benefits of hazelnuts
  362. Advances in understanding health benefits of pistachio
  363. Advances in understanding the nutritional profile and health benefits of almonds
  364. Developing hazelnuts as a sustainable and industrial crop
  365. Integrated disease management in tree nut cultivation
  366. The nutritional and nutraceutical value of walnut
  367. Tree nut cultivation, ecosystem services, biodiversity and conservation
  368. Uses and health benefits of chestnuts
  369. Advances and challenges in apple breeding
  370. Advances and challenges in blueberry breeding
  371. Advances and challenges in cherry breeding
  372. Advances and challenges in peach breeding
  373. Advances and challenges in raspberry and blackberry breeding
  374. Advances and challenges in strawberry genetic improvement
  375. Advances and challenges in sustainable peach production
  376. Advances and challenges in sustainable raspberry/blackberry cultivation
  377. Advances in actuation and control in agricultural robots
  378. Advances in automated in-field grading of harvested crops
  379. Advances in communication systems in agricultural robots
  380. Advances in fruit genetics
  381. Advances in the development and utilization of fruit tree rootstocks: a case study for apple
  382. Advances in understanding fruit tree growth
  383. Advances in understanding reproductive development in fruit-bearing plants
  384. Advances in understanding tree fruit-rhizosphere microbiome relationships for enhanced plant health
  385. Bioactive/nutraceutical compounds in fruit that optimize human health benefits
  386. Challenges and opportunities in pear breeding
  387. Challenges and opportunities in pear cultivation
  388. Global positioning systems (GPS) for agriculture: an overview
  389. Human–robot collaboration in agricultural robots
  390. Optimizing disease management in fruit cultivation
  391. Optimizing fruit production efficiencies through mechanization
  392. Optimizing pest management in fruit cultivation
  393. Optimizing plant growth, yield and fruit quality with plant bioregulators
  394. Optimizing precision in orchard irrigation and nutrient management
  395. Optimizing production of quality nursery plants for fruit tree cultivation
  396. An overview of machine vision technologies for agricultural robots and automation
  397. Pre- and post-harvest strategies to optimize fruit quality and shelf life
  398. Strawberries: a case study of how evolving market expectations impact sustainability
  399. Sustainable plum and apricot cultivation
  400. Sustainable sweet cherry cultivation: a case study for designing optimized orchard production systems
  401. The use of agricultural robots in crop spraying/fertilizer applications
  402. The use of agricultural robots in orchard management
  403. The use of agricultural robots in weed management and control
  404. The use of intelligent/autonomous systems in crop irrigation
  405. Advances in statistical methods to handle large data sets for GWAS in crop breeding
  406. Alien introgression and breeding of synthetic wheat
  407. Challenges and developments in hybrid breeding of barley
  408. Development of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers for cereal breeding and crop research: current methods and future prospects
  409. Doubled haploid (DH) production for barley
  410. Doubled haploid production in wheat
  411. Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) in barley
  412. Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) in wheat
  413. Genomic prediction in crops: advantages and drawbacks
  414. Leveraging the QTLome to enhance climate change resilience in cereals
  415. Mapping and isolation of major resistance genes in cereals
  416. Marker-assisted trait introgression for wheat breeding and research
  417. Nested association mapping in barley to identify extractable trait genes
  418. Non-invasive field phenotyping of cereal development
  419. Prerequisites, procedures and potential of hybrid breeding in wheat
  420. Production of doubled haploid lines for hybrid breeding in maize
  421. Selection strategies in hybrid rye with special consideration of fungal disease resistances
  422. Site-directed genome modification
  423. Theory and application of phenotyping in wheat for different target environments
  424. Use of the secondary gene pool of barley in breeding improved varieties
  425. Sustainable production of willow for biofuel use
  426. Agroforestry for the cultivation of nuts
  427. Advances in cultivation of almonds: effects of genotypes, environment and cultural techniques
  428. Advances in understanding vegetable physiology: root systems as the next frontier in improving sustainable vegetable production
  429. Improvement options for horticultural production of fruits and vegetables
  430. Advances and challenges in sustainable apple cultivation
  431. Agroforestry for fruit trees in Europe and Mediterranean North Africa
  432. Modelling the environmental impacts of pesticides in agriculture
  433. Commercial products promoting plant health in African agriculture
  434. Conserving and exploiting biodiversity in crop cultivation in sub-Saharan Africa
  435. Disease surveillance, diagnostics and germplasm health in crop protection
  436. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: banana and plantain
  437. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: cassava
  438. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: fruit and other tree crops
  439. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: legumes
  440. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: maize
  441. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: vegetables
  442. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: yams and cocoyams
  443. Improving plant health in sub-Saharan Africa: conclusions and future challenges
  444. Introduction: meeting challenges in plant health in sub-Saharan Africa
  445. Key challenges in plant health in sub-Saharan Africa: stakeholder priorities
  446. Making integrated pest management (IPM) work in sub-Saharan Africa
  447. Viruses affecting African crops and their vectors
  448. Weeds affecting field crops and water bodies in sub-Saharan Africa
  449. Advances in breeding of pistachio
  450. Towards sustainable production of walnut (Juglans regia L.)
  451. Cover crops in organic crop cultivation
  452. Direct plant protection in organic farming
  453. Disease and pest management in organic farming: a case for applied agroecology
  454. Eco-functional intensification of organic farming
  455. The impact of organic agriculture on diet and health
  456. Improving organic agriculture in the developing world: Africa
  457. Improving organic agriculture in the developing world: Asia
  458. Integrated weed management in organic cropping systems
  459. Key issues in breeding and trialling robust cereal cultivars for organic farming
  460. Maintaining soil fertility and health in organic crop cultivation
  461. Manure management in organic farming
  462. Measuring and improving the environmental performance of organic farming
  463. Organic agriculture and agroecology in Latin America
  464. Organic fertilizers and biofertilizers
  465. Organic seed production, certification and availability
  466. The role of crop rotations in organic farming
  467. Setting and reviewing standards for organic farming
  468. Supporting smallholders in organic crop cultivation: the case of East Africa
  469. Airborne and satellite remote sensors for precision agriculture
  470. Controlled traffic farming in precision agriculture
  471. Intelligent machinery for precision agriculture
  472. Key challenges and methods in identifying management zones
  473. Modelling and decision support systems in precision agriculture
  474. Precision crop protection systems
  475. Precision livestock farming and pasture management systems
  476. Precision tillage systems
  477. Precision weed management systems
  478. Proximal crop sensing
  479. Proximal soil surveying and monitoring techniques
  480. Site-specific irrigation systems
  481. Site-specific nutrient management systems
  482. Spray technologies in precision agriculture
  483. The economics of precision agriculture
  484. The use of unmanned aerial systems (UASs) in precision agriculture
  485. Variable-rate application technologies in precision agriculture
  486. Variable-rate seeding systems for precision agriculture
  487. Sustainable production of cabbage on plasticulture
  488. Challenges and prospects for fungicidal control of wheat diseases
  489. Conservation tillage in organic farming
  490. Developments in diagnostic techniques for cereal pathogens
  491. Diseases affecting wheat and barley: powdery mildew
  492. Diseases affecting wheat and barley: rusts
  493. Diseases affecting wheat: Septoria nodorum blotch
  494. Diseases affecting wheat: Septoria tritici blotch
  495. Diseases affecting wheat: wheat blast
  496. Improving water management in organic crop cultivation
  497. A lesser-known pathogen of wheat: Bipolaris sorokiniana
  498. Natural antifungal compounds for the control of diseases in wheat and other cereals
  499. Occurrence and avoidance of fungicide resistance in cereal diseases
  500. The role of crop rotation, intercropping and tillage practices for foliar disease management of wheat and barley
  501. Trends in exploring wheat and barley germplasm for novel disease resistance traits
  502. Banana cultivation in Africa
  503. Banana plant propagation methods
  504. Challenges in cultivation of bananas in the subtropics
  505. Conserving banana germplasm through field genebanks
  506. Good agricultural practices: an end point or a starting point for more sustainable banana production?
  507. Harvesting and packaging of bananas
  508. Life cycle assessment and carbon footprint of banana cultivation
  509. Nutrition and soil management in banana cultivation
  510. Organic banana cultivation and sustainability
  511. The origin, domestication and dispersal of bananas
  512. Ripening systems for bananas
  513. Sustainable banana cultivation: from standards to multiple solutions
  514. Understanding the banana industry: monoculture and beyond
  515. Acrylamide formation in fried potato products and its mitigation
  516. Advances in irrigation management and technology in potato cultivation: experiences from a humid climate
  517. Bacterial diseases affecting potatoes
  518. Fungal diseases affecting potato storage
  519. Improving nutrient management in potato cultivation
  520. Improving potato cultivation practices: an overview
  521. Modelling potato growth
  522. Nematode pests of potatoes
  523. Non-infectious disorders affecting potatoes
  524. Organic potato cultivation
  525. Post-harvest storage of potatoes
  526. Potato pest management with specific reference to the Pacific Northwest (USA)
  527. Viruses affecting potatoes
  528. Biodiversity as a prerequisite of sustainable organic farming
  529. Advances in conventional potato-breeding techniques
  530. Advances in development of potato varieties resistant to abiotic stress
  531. Advances in pest- and disease-resistant cocoa varieties
  532. Advances in understanding potato plant physiology and growth
  533. Analysis and design of the shade canopy of cocoa-based agroforestry systems
  534. Cacao diseases: vascular-streak dieback
  535. Climate change and cocoa cultivation
  536. Cocoa diseases: witches' broom
  537. Cocoa plant propagation techniques to supply farmers with improved planting materials
  538. Cocoa sustainability initiatives: the impacts of cocoa sustainability initiatives in West Africa
  539. Conserving and exploiting cocoa genetic resources: the key challenges
  540. Developing early-maturing and stress-resistant potato varieties
  541. Developing new sweet potato varieties with improved performance
  542. Developments in cacao breeding programmes in Africa and the Americas
  543. Ensuring the genetic diversity of potatoes
  544. Frosty pod rot, caused by Moniliophthora roreri
  545. Good agronomic practices in cocoa cultivation: rehabilitating cocoa farms
  546. Improving best practice with regard to pesticide use in cocoa
  547. Improving potato cultivation to promote food self-sufficiency in Africa
  548. Improving soil and nutrient management for cacao cultivation
  549. Improving the breeding, cultivation and use of sweetpotato in Africa
  550. Insect pests affecting cocoa
  551. Mycotoxins in cocoa: causes, detection and control
  552. Nematode pests of cocoa
  553. Nutritional properties and enhancement/biofortification of potatoes
  554. Organic cocoa cultivation
  555. Potato production and breeding in China
  556. The potential of somatic embryogenesis for commercial-scale propagation of elite cacao varieties
  557. The role of gene banks in preserving the genetic diversity of cacao
  558. Safe handling and movement of cocoa germplasm for breeding
  559. Supporting smallholders in achieving more sustainable cocoa cultivation: the case of West Africa
  560. Supporting smallholder women farmers in potato cultivation
  561. Taxonomy and classification of cacao
  562. Understanding ageing processes in seed potatoes
  563. Biological indicators of soil health in organic cultivation
  564. Chemical composition of soils: role in soil health
  565. Conservation grass hedges and soil health parameters
  566. Drainage requirements to maintain soil health
  567. Effects of crop rotations and intercropping on soil health
  568. The impact of heavy metal contamination on soil health
  569. Integrated soil health management: a framework for soil conservation and regeneration
  570. Maintaining soil health in Africa
  571. Maintaining soil health in dryland areas
  572. Managing irrigation for soil health in arid and semi-arid regions
  573. Managing soil health in organic cultivation
  574. Manure and compost management to maintain soil health
  575. Mechanisms of soil erosion/degradation
  576. Modelling soil organic matter dynamics as a soil health indicator
  577. Nutrient cycling in soils
  578. Optimising fertiliser use to maintain soil health
  579. Organic amendments to improve soil health and crop productivity: a case study in China
  580. Pesticide use and biodiversity in soils
  581. Plant–soil interactions: an overview
  582. The role of soil fauna in soil health and delivery of ecosystem services
  583. The role of soil hydrology in soil health
  584. Soil and soil health: an overview
  585. Soil ecosystem services: an overview
  586. Soil health and climate change: a critical nexus
  587. Soil health assessment and inventory: indices and databases
  588. Soil health assessment and maintenance in Central and South-Central Brazil
  589. Soil microorganisms: role in soil health
  590. Soil sampling for soil health assessment
  591. Soil texture and structure: role in soil health
  592. Supporting smallholders in maintaining soil health: key challenges and strategies
  593. The economics of soil health
  594. Use of cover crops to promote soil health
  595. Fusarium diseases: biology and management perspectives
  596. Assessing the cost of supplying water for agriculture: the food supply cost curve
  597. Climate change and water resources for agriculture
  598. Deficit irrigation and site-specific irrigation scheduling techniques to minimize water use
  599. Developments in surface irrigation techniques
  600. Drainage systems to support sustainable water use
  601. Dynamics of water storage and retention in soil
  602. The economics of groundwater development and governance
  603. Fertigation techniques for efficient water and nutrient use in agriculture
  604. Improving water productivity in rainfed agriculture: challenges and opportunities for small-scale farmers in dry lands
  605. Improving water use in tropical rain-fed systems: the situation in India
  606. Increasing water productivity in agriculture: an overview
  607. An integrated approach for the estimation of crop water requirements based on soil, plant and atmospheric measurements
  608. Managing surface water for irrigation
  609. Modelling water use on farms
  610. An overview of subsurface irrigation techniques
  611. Rainwater and floodwater harvesting for crop irrigation
  612. Regional strategies in sustainable water management for irrigation: the eco-efficiency approach
  613. The challenge of sustainable water resources management under water scarcity
  614. Trickle irrigation systems
  615. Understanding and measuring plant water use
  616. Use of brackish and marginal water for irrigation in water-scarce areas
  617. The use of treated wastewater for crop irrigation
  618. Advanced technologies to accelerate sorghum breeding
  619. Advanced testing, multiplication and release of new sorghum varieties
  620. Classifying the genetic diversity of sorghum: a revised classification of sorghum
  621. Crop management practices for grain sorghum: an overview
  622. Developing high-yield sorghum varieties
  623. Ensuring the genetic diversity of sorghum
  624. Improving soil and crop nutrition management in sorghum cultivation
  625. Improving water management in sorghum cultivation
  626. Insect pests and their management in sorghum cultivation
  627. Post-harvest management of sorghum
  628. The principles and processes of sorghum breeding
  629. Sorghum breeding for abiotic stress tolerance
  630. Sorghum breeding for biotic stress tolerance
  631. Sorghum diseases and their management in cultivation: seedling, seed, panicle and foliar diseases
  632. Sorghum diseases and their management in cultivation: stalk, root and other diseases
  633. The comparative and evolutionary genomics of sorghum
  634. Weed management in sorghum cultivation
  635. Diseases affecting wheat: tan spot
  636. Advances in conventional soybean breeding techniques
  637. Advances in flood-tolerant varieties of soybean
  638. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of soybeans
  639. Advances in the drought and heat resistance of soybean
  640. Advances in the genetic modification of soybeans
  641. Defining and implementing best management practices in soybean production
  642. Maintaining and utilizing the genetic diversity of soybeans
  643. Mapping the soybean genome
  644. Modelling the effects of temperature and photoperiod on soybean reproductive development
  645. Supporting smallholders in soybean cultivation: the example of Zimbabwe
  646. Sustainable soybean production research and practice: contrasting case studies from three soybean production areas
  647. Towards improving the salt tolerance of soybean
  648. Analysing sensory and processing quality of cocoa
  649. Challenges and opportunities for smallholders in banana value chains
  650. A functional approach to bunch formation in banana
  651. Developing new technologies and market strategies for sorghum producers in developing countries: the Sahel case
  652. Growth, development and physiology of grain sorghum
  653. Improving production and utilization of sorghum in Asia
  654. Improving sorghum cultivation in South America
  655. Sorghum as a food grain
  656. Sorghum as a forage and energy crop
  657. Sorghum cultivation and improvement in West and Central Africa
  658. Structure and chemistry of sorghum grain
  659. The domestication, spread and uses of sorghum as a crop
  660. Diseases affecting barley: net blotches
  661. Advances in disease-resistant oil palm varieties
  662. Artisanal mills and local production of palm oil by smallholders
  663. Bioactive compounds in oil palm
  664. Certifying sustainability in oil palm cultivation
  665. Diseases affecting oil palm
  666. Fungal diseases affecting oil palm
  667. Insect pests affecting oil palms
  668. The integrated management of bud rot disease and Phytophthora palmivora in oil palm
  669. Integrated pest management in sustainable palm oil production
  670. Life cycle assessment (LCA) of palm oil in practice: the example of Malaysia
  671. Life cycle assessments of oil palm products
  672. Modelling the environmental impacts of agriculture, focusing on oil palm
  673. The nutritional value of red palm oil
  674. Palm oil and health
  675. Understanding smallholders in oil palm cultivation: a case study from Sumatra
  676. Waste management and recycling in oil palm cultivation
  677. Advanced breeding techniques for grain legumes in the genomics era
  678. Advances in understanding grain legume physiology: stomatal behaviour and response to abiotic stress
  679. Advances in understanding grain legume physiology: understanding root architecture, nutrient uptake and response to abiotic stress
  680. Biofortification of grain legumes
  681. Conserving and characterizing the genetic diversity of grain legumes
  682. Developing drought- and heat-tolerant varieties of grain legumes
  683. Developing pest- and disease-resistant cultivars of grain legumes
  684. Dietary health benefits, phytochemicals and anti-nutritional factors in grain legumes
  685. Diseases affecting grain legumes and their management
  686. Drying, handling, storing and quality monitoring of pulses
  687. Genetic modification of grain legumes
  688. Grain legume–cereal intercropping systems
  689. Grain legumes in integrated crop management systems
  690. Grain legume storage in developing nations
  691. Insect pests and integrated pest management techniques in grain legume cultivation
  692. The nutritional potential of grain legumes: an economic perspective
  693. Soil and nutrient management in grain legume cultivation
  694. Variety selection and seed quality management in grain legume cultivation
  695. Weed management in grain legume cultivation
  696. Advances in conventional sugarcane breeding programmes
  697. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of sugarcane
  698. Advances in understanding of sugarcane plant growth and physiology
  699. Ensuring and exploiting the genetic diversity of sugarcane
  700. Ensuring biosecurity in sugarcane cultivation
  701. Genetic improvement of sugarcane by transgenic, intragenic and genome editing technologies
  702. Integrated disease management strategies in sugarcane cultivation
  703. Integrated weed management in sugarcane cultivation
  704. Progress in understanding and managing insect pests affecting sugarcane
  705. Progress in understanding fungal diseases affecting sugarcane: red rot
  706. Progress in understanding fungal diseases affecting sugarcane: rusts
  707. Progress in understanding fungal diseases affecting sugarcane: smut
  708. Progress in understanding viruses affecting sugarcane
  709. Recent progress in understanding three major bacterial diseases of sugarcane: gumming, leaf scald and ratoon stunting
  710. Sugarcane genome sequencing and genetic mapping
  711. Viral metagenomics and sugarcane pathogens
  712. Advances in genetic modification of tea
  713. Assessing and reducing the environmental impact of tea cultivation
  714. Cultivation, production and marketing of organic tea
  715. Diseases affecting tea plants
  716. The effect of cultivation techniques on tea quality
  717. Ensuring the genetic diversity of tea plants
  718. Insect pests of tea: caterpillars and other seasonal, occasional and minor pests
  719. Insect pests of tea: shot hole borers, termites and nematodes
  720. Instrumentation and methodology for the quantification of phytochemicals in tea
  721. Integrated pest management of insect, nematode and mite pests of tea
  722. Mapping and exploiting the tea genome
  723. Pesticide residues in tea: challenges in detection and control
  724. Planting and cultivation of tea
  725. The potential role for tea in combating chronic diseases
  726. The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in tea cultivation
  727. The role of microbes in tea cultivation
  728. Supporting smallholders in tea cultivation
  729. Tea cultivation under changing climatic conditions
  730. Advances in conventional breeding techniques for oil palm
  731. Advances in disease-resistant varieties of soybean
  732. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of palm oil
  733. Advances in pest-resistant varieties of soybean
  734. Advances in the genetic modification of oil palm
  735. Advances in understanding oil palm reproductive development
  736. Allergens in soybean
  737. Bacterial and viral diseases affecting soybean production
  738. Diversity in the genetic resources of oil palm
  739. Improving soil health and crop nutrition in oil palm cultivation
  740. Improving the nutritional value of soybean
  741. Integrated weed management in soybean cultivation
  742. Key factors limiting sustainable insect pest management in soybeans
  743. Maintaining soil health in oil palm cultivation
  744. Modelling crop growth and yield in palm oil cultivation
  745. Nematode pathogens of soybean
  746. Nutritional considerations for soybean meal use in poultry diets
  747. Nutritional, nutraceutical and functional properties of soybeans
  748. Oomycete and fungal pathogens of soybean
  749. The palm oil governance complex: progress, problems and gaps
  750. Research trends in oil palm cultivation
  751. Sustainability pathways in oil palm cultivation: a comparison of Indonesia, Colombia and Cameroon
  752. The palm oil market: growth and trends
  753. Use of palm oil for biofuel
  754. Balancing palm oil cultivation with forest and biodiversity conservation
  755. Diseases affecting barley: scald
  756. Managing the soil biological community to improve soil health and reduce losses from nematode pests
  757. Advances in understanding flowering, pollination and fruit development in mangoes
  758. Advances in understanding mango tree growth and canopy development
  759. Exploiting the mango genome: molecular markers
  760. The genetic diversity of mangoes
  761. Improving fertilizer and water-use efficiency in mango cultivation
  762. Integrated disease management in mango cultivation
  763. Integrated pest management and biological pest control strategies in mango cultivation
  764. Life cycle assessment of mango systems
  765. Management of an ultra-high-density mango orchard and benefits of the small-tree system
  766. Mango cultivation in greenhouses
  767. Mango cultivation practices for the subtropics
  768. Mango cultivation practices in the tropics: good agricultural practices to maximize sustainable yields
  769. Monitoring fruit quality and quantity in mangoes
  770. Organic mango production: a review
  771. Post-harvest storage management of mango fruit
  772. The nutritional and nutraceutical/functional properties of mangoes
  773. Understanding post-harvest deterioration of mangoes
  774. Advances in understanding soybean physiology and growth
  775. Breeding improved varieties of cowpea
  776. Developing improved varieties of common bean
  777. Developing improved varieties of faba bean
  778. Developing improved varieties of groundnut
  779. Developing improved varieties of lentil
  780. Developing improved varieties of pigeonpea
  781. Efficient and sustainable production of faba bean
  782. Improving cultivation of cowpea in West Africa
  783. Improving cultivation of groundnuts
  784. Improving cultivation of lentil
  785. Improving cultivation of pigeonpea
  786. Improving cultivation practices for common beans
  787. Improving cultivation practices for soybeans in sub-Saharan Africa
  788. Preventing mycotoxin contamination in groundnut cultivation
  789. The use of marker-assisted selection in developing improved varieties of soybean
  790. Advances in research on coffee flavour compounds
  791. Beneficial compounds from coffee leaves
  792. Bioactive compounds in coffee beans with beneficial health properties
  793. Breeding caffeine-free coffee beans
  794. Chemical composition of coffee beans: an overview
  795. Coffee tree growth and environmental acclimation
  796. Developing varieties of Arabica coffee
  797. Developing varieties of Robusta coffee
  798. Developments in molecular breeding techniques in Robusta coffee
  799. Disseminating improved coffee varieties for sustainable production
  800. Diversity and genome evolution in coffee
  801. Ensuring the genetic diversity of coffee
  802. Environmental and genetic effects on coffee seed biochemical composition and quality
  803. Flavour as the common thread for coffee quality along the value chain
  804. Harmful compounds in coffee
  805. Life cycle analysis and the carbon footprint of coffee value chains
  806. Metabolomics as a powerful tool for coffee authentication
  807. Nutritional and health effects of coffee
  808. Assessing and minimizing the environmental effects of herbicides
  809. Bio-herbicides: an overview
  810. Cultural techniques to manage weeds
  811. Developments in physical weed control
  812. Ethical issues in integrated weed management
  813. Flame weeding techniques
  814. Invasive weed species and their effects
  815. Key issues and challenges of integrated weed management
  816. Site-specific weed management
  817. Soil solarization: a sustainable method
  818. Surveillance and monitoring of weed populations
  819. The role of herbicide-resistant crops in integrated weed management
  820. The use of allelopathy and competitive crop cultivars for weed suppression in cereal crops
  821. The use of bacteria in integrated weed management
  822. The use of rotations and cover crops to manage weeds
  823. Trends in the development of herbicide-resistant weeds
  824. The use of insects in integrated weed management
  825. The use of microorganisms in integrated weed management
  826. Weed ecology and population dynamics
  827. Weed management in organic crop cultivation
  828. Weed-plant interactions
  829. Advances in harvesting and transport of sugarcane
  830. Advances in sugarcane irrigation for optimisation of water supply
  831. Analysing the processing quality of sugarcane
  832. Best management practices for maintaining water quality in sugarcane cultivation
  833. Crop modelling to support sustainable sugarcane cultivation
  834. Cultivating sugarcane for use in bioenergy applications: key issues
  835. Good planting and cultivation practices in sugarcane production
  836. Improving nutrient management in sugarcane cultivation
  837. Improving soil management in sugarcane cultivation
  838. Mitigating the impact of environmental, social and economic issues on sugarcane cultivation to achieve sustainability
  839. Precision agriculture and sugarcane production – a case study from the Burdekin region of Australia
  840. Predicting the effect of climate change on sugarcane cultivation
  841. Sugarcane as a renewable resource for sustainable futures
  842. The Sustainable Sugarcane Initiative
  843. The development of sugarcane cultivation
  844. Sorghum tolerance to low-phosphorus soil conditions
  845. Advances in understanding cassava growth and development
  846. Breeding cassava for higher yield
  847. Breeding cassava to meet consumer preferences for product quality
  848. Breeding, delivery, use and benefits of bio-fortified cassava
  849. Conservation and distribution of cassava
  850. Developing new cassava varieties: tools, techniques and strategies
  851. Diseases affecting cassava
  852. Integrated management of arthropod pests of cassava: the case of Southeast Asia
  853. Marker-assisted selection in cassava breeding
  854. Molecular approaches in cassava breeding
  855. Weed control in cassava cropping systems
  856. Advances in maize post-harvest management
  857. Controlling aflatoxins in maize in Africa: strategies, challenges and opportunities for improvement
  858. Control of rodent pests in maize cultivation: the case of Africa
  859. Economically important insect pests of maize
  860. Good agricultural practices for maize cultivation: the case of West Africa
  861. Maize seed variety selection and seed system development: the case of southern Africa
  862. Modelling crop growth and grain yield in maize cultivation
  863. Nematodes associated with maize
  864. Precision maize cultivation techniques
  865. Zero-till cultivation of maize
  866. Post-harvest wheat losses in Africa: an Ethiopian case study
  867. Variety selection in wheat cultivation
  868. Cassava cultivation in sub-Saharan Africa
  869. Drivers of change for cassava’s multiple roles in sustainable development
  870. Integrated crop management for cassava cultivation in Asia
  871. Seed systems management in cassava cultivation
  872. Value chain approaches to mechanization in cassava cultivation and harvesting in Africa
  873. Durum wheat: production, challenges and opportunities
  874. Improving water management in winter wheat
  875. Improving wheat cultivation in Asia
  876. Integrated crop management of wheat
  877. Organic production of wheat and spelt
  878. Wheat crop modelling to improve yields
  879. Addressing nutritional disorders in cassava cultivation
  880. Cassava cultivation and soil productivity
  881. Cassava cultivation in Asia
  882. Cassava cultivation in Latin America
  883. Cassava for industrial uses
  884. GCP21: a global cassava partnership for the 21st century
  885. Intercropping and crop rotations in cassava cultivation: a production systems approach
  886. New uses and processes for cassava
  887. Nutrient sources and their application in cassava cultivation
  888. Targeting smallholder farmers to adopt improved cassava technologies: challenges and opportunities
  889. The emergence of cassava as a global crop
  890. Use and nutritional value of cassava roots and leaves as a traditional food
  891. Advances in control of wheat rust
  892. Genetic and other factors affecting wheat quality
  893. The impact of climate change on wheat insect pests: current knowledge and future trends
  894. Integrated pest management in wheat cultivation
  895. Measuring wheat quality
  896. Photosynthetic improvement of wheat plants
  897. Sequencing and assembly of the wheat genome
  898. Wheat genetic resources: global conservation and use for the future
  899. Wheat pests: insects, mites, and prospects for the future
  900. Wheat pests: introduction, rodents and nematodes
  901. Advances in post-harvest storage and handling of apples
  902. Advances in soil and nutrient management in apple cultivation
  903. Advances in understanding apple tree growth: rootstocks and planting systems
  904. The apple genome – harbinger of innovation for sustainable apple production
  905. Bacterial diseases affecting apples
  906. Growing organic apples in Europe
  907. Innovations in apple tree cultivation to manage crop load and ripening
  908. Advances in pest- and disease-resistant apple varieties
  909. Advances in understanding apple tree growth: the manipulation of tree growth and development
  910. Advances in understanding flowering and pollination in apple trees
  911. Sustainable arthropod management for apples
  912. Analysing maize grain quality
  913. Assessing and improving the nutritional quality of maize
  914. Ensuring the genetic diversity of maize and its wild relatives
  915. Key challenges in maize breeding in sub-Saharan Africa
  916. Nutritional and nutraceutical/functional properties of maize
  917. Advances in cold-tolerant maize varieties
  918. Advances in irrigation techniques for rice cultivation
  919. Advances in molecular breeding techniques for rice
  920. Advances in understanding the role of rice in nutrition
  921. Breeding green super rice (GSR) varieties for sustainable rice cultivation
  922. Breeding strategies to improve rice yields: an overview
  923. Control of rodent pests in rice cultivation
  924. Dry-seeded and aerobic cultivation of rice
  925. Improving photosynthesis in rice: from small steps to giant leaps
  926. Integrated pest management for sustainable rice cultivation: a holistic approach
  927. Management of rice insect pests
  928. Rice insect pests: biology and ecology
  929. Sustainable rice cultivation in coastal saline soils: a case study
  930. Yield gap analysis towards meeting future rice demand
  931. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of tomatoes
  932. Closing yield gaps for small- and medium-scale oil palm producers: improving cultivation practices
  933. Assessing the environmental impact and sustainability of apple cultivation
  934. Evaluating and improving rootstocks for apple cultivation
  935. Improving nutrient management for sustainable intensification of maize
  936. Mechanization and automation for apple
  937. Genetic resistance to viruses in tomato
  938. Integrated pest management in tomato cultivation
  939. Bio-ecology of major insect and mite pests of tomato crops in the tropics
  940. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of apples
  941. Developing disease-resistant tomato varieties
  942. Sustainable approaches to control postharvest diseases of apples
  943. The economics of apple production
  944. Advances in understanding apple fruit development
  945. Assessing the sustainability impacts of rice cultivation
  946. Conservation agriculture for sustainable intensification of maize and other cereal systems: the case of Latin America
  947. Insect-transmitted viral diseases infecting tomato crops
  948. Organic greenhouse tomato production
  949. Advances in genetic modification of cassava
  950. Crop rotation: a sustainable system for maize production
  951. Developing tomato varieties with improved flavour
  952. Genetic engineering of tomato to improve nutritional quality, resistance to abiotic and biotic stresses, and for non-food applications
  953. Hybrid potato breeding for improved varieties
  954. Improving water and nutrient management in tomato cultivation
  955. Understanding and improving the shelf life of tomatoes
  956. Understanding and improving water-use efficiency and drought resistance in tomato
  957. Developments in tomato breeding: conventional and biotechnology tools
  958. Optimizing yields in tomato cultivation: maximizing tomato plant use of resources
  959. Rapid response to disease outbreaks in maize cultivation: the case of maize lethal necrosis
  960. Tomato plant responses to biotic and abiotic stress
  961. Integrated weed management in maize cultivation: an overview
  962. Improving drought and heat tolerance in wheat
  963. Establishment and root development in wheat crops
  964. Weed management of maize grown under temperate conditions: the case of Europe and the United States
  965. Advances in cold-resistant wheat varieties
  966. Advances in nutrient management in rice cultivation
  967. Supporting smallholders in improving wheat cultivation
  968. Constraints in adopting improved technologies for maize cultivation: the case of Africa
  969. Plant protection products in rice cultivation: critical issues in risk assessment and management to promote sustainable use
  970. Agronomic and environmental factors affecting rice grain quality
  971. Biofortified Golden Rice: an additional intervention for vitamin A deficiency
  972. Conservation tillage for sustainable wheat intensification: the example of South Asia
  973. Ensuring the genetic diversity of apples
  974. Improving the uptake and assimilation of nitrogen in wheat plants
  975. Integrated weed management techniques for rice
  976. Management of viruses and virus-like agents affecting apple production
  977. Quality parameters and testing methods in rice cultivation
  978. Supporting small holders in maize cultivation: using an agricultural innovation systems approach
  979. Climate risk management in maize cropping systems
  980. Intercropping in sustainable maize cultivation
  981. Advances in control of wheat diseases: Fusarium head blight, wheat blast and powdery mildew
  982. Advances in disease-resistant wheat varieties
  983. Advances in mycotoxin-resistant maize varieties
  984. Advances in wheat breeding techniques
  985. Biofortification of maize
  986. Consumer trends in apple sales
  987. Developing maize-breeding methods and cultivars to meet the challenge of climate change
  988. Development of rice varieties with improved iron content in grain
  989. Developments in the system of rice intensification (SRI)
  990. Ensuring and exploiting genetic diversity in rice
  991. Ensuring the genetic diversity of tomatoes
  992. Improving wheat production in the Central and West Asia and North Africa (CWANA) region
  993. Integrated weed management in tomato cultivation
  994. Integrated weed management in wheat cultivation
  995. Integrated wheat disease management
  996. Mechanisms of drought tolerance in rice
  997. Modelling crop growth and yield in tomato cultivation
  998. The nutraceutical properties of rice
  999. Optimizing maize-based cropping systems: Sustainability, good agricultural practices (GAP) and yield goals
  1000. Pre- and postharvest fungal apple diseases
  1001. Processing rice straw and husks as co-products
  1002. Recent molecular technologies for tackling wheat diseases
  1003. The nutritional and nutraceutical value of wheat
  1004. Understanding and improving protein traits in maize
  1005. Wheat diseases: an overview
  1006. Women and maize cultivation: increasing productivity through gender analysis
  1007. Understanding and mitigating the impact of climate change on insect pests and food security
  1008. Access to mechanization for smallholder farmers in Africa
  1009. The challenges of smallholder farming
  1010. Collection and evaluation of banana and plantain landraces in Africa
  1011. Collection and evaluation of wild Musa species
  1012. Cytogenetics of structural rearrangements in Musa hybrids and cultivars
  1013. Developing hybrid banana varieties with improved properties
  1014. The economics of smallholder farming
  1015. Exploiting current Musa collections
  1016. Financial services for smallholders
  1017. Genetic modification of bananas: the long road to farmers’ fields
  1018. Identifying and classifying banana cultivars
  1019. Improving integrated soil fertility management (ISFM) by smallholders
  1020. Improving market access for smallholders
  1021. Incentivizing sustainable production practices: improving and scaling extension, certification, carbon markets and other incentive systems
  1022. Making banana breeding more effective
  1023. Overcoming the fertility crisis in bananas (Musa spp.)
  1024. An overview of genetic improvement in bananas over the last century
  1025. The role and challenges of the private sector in enabling market access for smallholders
  1026. The role and challenges of the private sector in supplying inputs to smallholders
  1027. Safe dissemination of germplasm resources of banana
  1028. Scope of collecting wild Musa species germplasm
  1029. Seed germination, preservation and population genetics of wild Musa germplasm
  1030. Smallholder seed systems for sustainability
  1031. Strengthening commercial extension systems for smallholders
  1032. Strengthening public-sector extension systems for smallholder farmers in Kenya
  1033. Supporting female smallholders
  1034. Targeted improvement of Cavendish clones
  1035. The usage of phenotyping, genetics and functional genomics approaches to improve environmental stress factors in banana
  1036. Water management for rainfed smallholder farming
  1037. New technologies to improve the ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources
  1038. Tools for pest and disease management by stakeholders: a case study on Plantwise
  1039. The regulation of genome-edited crops
  1040. Advances in bulk storage of cereals and grains
  1041. Advances in detection and management of phosphine resistance in stored grain pests
  1042. Advances in insect pest management in postharvest storage of cereals: detection and monitoring
  1043. Advances in insect pest management in postharvest storage of cereals: novel techniques
  1044. Advances in insect pest management in postharvest storage of cereals: use of controlled atmosphere and temperature control
  1045. Advances in post-harvest detection and control of fungal contamination of cereals
  1046. Advances in techniques for monitoring the quality of stored cereal grains
  1047. Advances in understanding fungal contamination in cereals
  1048. Advances in understanding rodent pests affecting cereal grains
  1049. Biologically based control strategies for managing stored-product insect pests
  1050. Post-harvest losses of cereals and other grains: opportunity among issues and challenges
  1051. Supporting smallholder farmers in developing countries to improve postharvest management of staple grains: the role of loss reduction technologies
  1052. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi as biostimulants for sustainable crop production
  1053. Bioactive compounds and evaluation of biostimulant activity
  1054. Biostimulant action of protein hydrolysates on crops
  1055. Combining plant biostimulants and precision agriculture
  1056. Designing and formulating microbial and non-microbial biostimulants
  1057. Humic substances (HS) as plant biostimulants in agriculture
  1058. Plant biostimulants and their influence on nutrient use efficiency (NUE)
  1059. Plant biostimulants: a new paradigm for the sustainable intensification of crops
  1060. Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) as plant biostimulants in agriculture
  1061. Seaweed extracts as plant biostimulants in agriculture
  1062. Silicon as a biostimulant in agriculture
  1063. Developments in the use of hermetic bags for grain storage
  1064. Genome editing of barley
  1065. Advances in abiotic stress-resistant varieties of ornamentals
  1066. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) for more effective decision making in agriculture
  1067. Advances in conventional breeding techniques for ornamentals
  1068. Advances in data security for more effective decision-making in agriculture
  1069. Advances in irrigation practices and technology in ornamental cultivation
  1070. Advances in molecular breeding of ornamentals
  1071. Advances in protected cultivation of ornamentals
  1072. Advances in tissue culture techniques for ornamental plant propagation
  1073. Climate-smart crop production: understanding complexity for achieving triple-wins
  1074. The contribution of integrated crop–livestock systems in combatting climate change and improving resilience in agricultural production to achieve food security
  1075. Decision support systems (DSS) for better fertiliser management
  1076. Decision-support systems for pest monitoring and management
  1077. Developing decision-support systems for crop rotations
  1078. Developing decision support systems for improving data management in agricultural supply chains
  1079. Diseases affecting ornamental geophytes and their control
  1080. Effects of climate change on agricultural soils
  1081. The effects on crop cultivation of increased CO₂, temperature and ozone levels due to climate change
  1082. Environmental physiology of ornamental crops
  1083. Exploiting the genetic diversity of ornamentals
  1084. Improving data access for more effective decision making in agriculture
  1085. Improving data identification and tagging for more effective decision making in agriculture
  1086. Improving data management and decision-making in precision agriculture
  1087. Improving data standards and integration for more effective decision-making in agriculture
  1088. Improving nutrient management in the cultivation of ornamental plants in greenhouse, container and field production
  1089. Measuring and quantifying greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural activities
  1090. Modeling the effects of climate change on agriculture: a focus on cropping systems
  1091. The role of agricultural expansion, land cover and land-use change in contributing to climate change
  1092. The role of crop cultivation in contributing to climate change
  1093. The use of gene-editing techniques in breeding improved ornamentals
  1094. Advances in the use of Bt genes in insect-resistant crops
  1095. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic bacteria/microbial control agents (MCAs) as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests
  1096. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic fungi as biopesticides in suppressing crop pests
  1097. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic nematodes (EPNs) as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests
  1098. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic oomycetes as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests
  1099. Advances in the use of entomopathogenic viruses as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests
  1100. Advances in the use of semiochemicals in integrated pest management: pheromones
  1101. Challenges and initiatives in reducing food loss and waste in Europe
  1102. Challenges and initiatives in reducing food losses and waste: Latin America and the Caribbean
  1103. Challenges and initiatives in reducing food losses and waste: United States
  1104. Development of plant-derived compounds as biopesticides
  1105. The environmental impact of food loss and waste (FLW)
  1106. Food losses and food waste in roots and tubers
  1107. Food losses and waste during food processing
  1108. Food losses and waste in cereal grains
  1109. Food losses and waste in the Near East and North Africa region
  1110. Food losses and waste: terminology, definitions, quantification and causes
  1111. Food losses during production of agricultural commodities
  1112. Food security and food waste: key issues
  1113. Food waste at the consumer level
  1114. Food waste in food services
  1115. Householder food waste prevention campaigns: contributions from psychology and marketing
  1116. The impact of food loss and waste on human nutrition and health
  1117. Implementing biopesticides as part of an integrated pest management (IPM) programme
  1118. Improving methods for developing new microbial biopesticides
  1119. Improving regulatory approval processes for biopesticides and other new biological technologies in agriculture
  1120. Investment needs and role of the private sector in reducing food loss and waste
  1121. Losses and waste in fruits and vegetables
  1122. The multidimensional socio-economic impacts of food losses and waste
  1123. Peptides as novel biopesticides
  1124. Plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPBs) as biocontrol agents against invertebrate pests
  1125. Possible use of allelochemicals in integrated pest management (IPM)
  1126. Reusing and recycling of food waste
  1127. Reusing food waste: the importance of mycotoxin detection and decontamination
  1128. The role of food losses and waste in food insecurity
  1129. Advances in assessing nutrient availability in soils
  1130. Advances in fertigation techniques to optimize crop nutrition
  1131. Advances in foliar fertilizers to optimize crop nutrition
  1132. Advances in integrated plant nutrient management
  1133. Advances in optimising nitrogen-use efficiency in crop production
  1134. Advances in optimizing potassium-use efficiency in crop production
  1135. Advances in understanding boron cycling in soils, uptake/use by plants and ways of optimizing boron use efficiency in crop production
  1136. Advances in understanding crop use of phosphorus
  1137. Advances in understanding iron cycling in soils, uptake/use by plants and ways of optimising iron-use efficiency in crop production
  1138. Advances in understanding the environmental effects of phosphorus fertilization
  1139. Advances in understanding the nitrogen cycle in crop production
  1140. Advances in understanding the potassium cycle in crop production
  1141. Advances in understanding uptake and utilization of nitrogen in wheat
  1142. Bio-effectors to optimize the mineral nutrition of crop plants
  1143. Building continuous productive (peri-) urban landscapes
  1144. Building natural resource networks: urban agriculture and the circular economy
  1145. The changing role of urban agriculture in municipal planning: from planning for urban agriculture to urban agriculture for planning
  1146. Creating a public policy framework to support urban agriculture
  1147. Current advances in zinc in soils and plants: implications for zinc efficiency and biofortification studies
  1148. Developments in the use of fertilizers
  1149. The effect of soil organic matter on plant mineral nutrition
  1150. Enhancing phosphorus-use efficiency in crop production
  1151. Micronutrients: advances in understanding manganese cycling in soils, acquisition by plants and ways of optimizing manganese efficiency in crops
  1152. Micronutrients: advances in understanding molybdenum in crop production
  1153. Optimising aquaculture/aquaponics in urban agriculture: developing rooftop water farms
  1154. Optimizing horticulture for urban agriculture
  1155. Optimizing the use of treated wastes in crop nutrition
  1156. Optimizing urban beekeeping
  1157. Pest management for urban agriculture
  1158. Potassium in crop physiology
  1159. Redirecting nutrients in urban waste to urban agriculture
  1160. Rooftop systems for urban agriculture
  1161. Secondary macronutrients: advances in understanding calcium cycling in soils, uptake/use by plants and ways of optimizing calcium-use efficiency in crop production
  1162. Urban agriculture and local communities: encouraging engagement, building cohesion, and linking to global agreements
  1163. Vertical farming systems for urban agriculture
  1164. Biomass gasification for bioenergy
  1165. Fast pyrolysis for biofuel production
  1166. Producing biofuels with torrefaction
  1167. Production of biodiesel from oilseeds: canola/rapeseed
  1168. Production of biodiesel from oilseeds: Jatropha curcas
  1169. Production of biodiesel from renewable sources
  1170. Sustainable use of seaweed for biofuel
  1171. Sustainable use of switchgrass for biofuel
  1172. Advanced designs for barley breeding experiments
  1173. Advances in molecular breeding techniques for barley: genome-wide association studies (GWAS)
  1174. Advances in molecular breeding techniques for barley: targeted induced local lesions in genomes (TILLING)
  1175. Advances in postharvest storage and handling of barley: methods to prevent or reduce mycotoxin contamination
  1176. Advances in understanding barley plant physiology: responses to abiotic stress
  1177. Advances in understanding of barley plant physiology: plant development and architecture
  1178. Developing barley crops for improved brewing quality
  1179. Developing barley crops for improved malt quality
  1180. Exploring barley germplasm for yield improvement under sulphur-limiting environments
  1181. Fungal diseases affecting barley
  1182. Integrated disease management of barley
  1183. Integrated weed management in barley cultivation
  1184. Mapping and exploiting the barley genome: techniques for mapping genes and relating them to desirable traits
  1185. Nutritional and bioactive compounds in barley
  1186. Optimising the use of barley as an animal feed
  1187. Advances in controlled atmosphere storage of horticultural produce
  1188. Advances in cooling technologies to preserve horticultural produce
  1189. Advances in modified atmosphere and active packaging of horticultural produce
  1190. Advances in postharvest sanitizing regimes for horticultural produce
  1191. Advances in the potential use of non-thermal plasma in postharvest treatment of fresh horticultural produce
  1192. Advances in the use of barrier coatings and additives in the preservation of fresh horticultural produce
  1193. Advances in the use of biological control agents in the disinfection of horticultural produce
  1194. Advances in the use of irradiation for the market access of fresh horticultural produce
  1195. Advances in the use of ozone in the disinfection of horticultural produce
  1196. Advances in understanding pathogens contaminating horticultural produce
  1197. Advances in using heat for disinfection/disinfestation of horticultural produce
  1198. Benefits of Conservation Agriculture to farmers and society
  1199. Biodiversity management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1200. Carbon management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems: carbon sequestration rates
  1201. Carbon management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems: soil organic carbon fraction losses and restoration
  1202. Certification schemes for Conservation Agriculture systems
  1203. Conservation Agriculture: climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits
  1204. Conservation Agriculture Systems: soil health and landscape management
  1205. Crop and cropping systems management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1206. Development of Conservation Agriculture systems globally
  1207. Harnessing ecosystem services with Conservation Agriculture
  1208. Insect pest and disease management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems: a case of push–pull practice
  1209. Institutional and policy support for Conservation Agriculture uptake
  1210. Management of vegetable Conservation Agriculture systems
  1211. Managing perennial Conservation Agriculture systems: orchards, plantations and agroforestry
  1212. Monitoring postharvest attributes: instrumental techniques for measuring harvest maturity/fruit quality
  1213. The need for Conservation Agriculture
  1214. Nutrient management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1215. Postharvest handling of organically produced specialty crops
  1216. Post-harvest risk management of biological hazards encountered in horticultural produce
  1217. Practice and benefits of Conservation Agriculture systems
  1218. Rehabilitating degraded and abandoned agricultural lands with Conservation Agriculture systems
  1219. The role and management of soil mulch and cover crops in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1220. The role of crop and cropping system management in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1221. The role of no or minimum mechanical soil disturbance in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1222. Smart distribution to maintain shelf life of horticultural produce
  1223. Social benefits of Conservation Agriculture systems
  1224. Soil management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1225. The status of mechanization in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1226. Weed management practices and benefits in Conservation Agriculture systems
  1227. Advances in the understanding of barley plant physiology: factors determining grain development, composition, and chemistry
  1228. Challenges and initiatives in reducing postharvest food losses and food waste: sub-Saharan Africa
  1229. The role of food banks in food security and food loss and waste (FLW) prevention
  1230. Sustainable use of Miscanthus for biofuel
  1231. Achieving sustainable cultivation of litchi
  1232. Advances in avocado propagation for the sustainable supply of planting materials
  1233. Advances in breeding and cultivation of pomegranate
  1234. Advances in breeding of coconut
  1235. Advances in breeding of mangoes
  1236. Advances in breeding of papaya
  1237. Advances in cultivation of avocado
  1238. Advances in cultivation of coconut
  1239. Advances in guava breeding
  1240. Advances in guava cultivation
  1241. Advances in integrated pest management (IPM) in citrus cultivation
  1242. Advances in mandarin breeding
  1243. Advances in mango cultivation
  1244. Advances in papaya cultivation
  1245. Advances in postharvest handling of citrus fruit
  1246. Advances in understanding the ecology of citrus insect pests
  1247. Crop improvement in jackfruit
  1248. Ecological intensification of banana production systems
  1249. Harvesting citrus: challenges and perspectives in an automated world
  1250. Lime breeding: a way forward
  1251. Mapping and exploiting the citrus genome
  1252. Advances and improvements in modeling plant processes
  1253. Agroecosystem models for delivering ecosystem services
  1254. Crop simulation model inter-comparison and improvement
  1255. Data for developing, testing, and applying crop and farm models
  1256. Dealing with uncertainty in crop models
  1257. Developing climate-based decision support systems from agricultural systems models
  1258. The DSSAT crop modeling ecosystem
  1259. Functional–structural plant modeling of plants and crops
  1260. The future of crop modeling for sustainable agriculture
  1261. Improving crop pest/disease modeling
  1262. Improving modeling of nutrient cycles in crop cultivation
  1263. Improving modelling of water cycles in crop cultivation
  1264. Integrating economic simulation models with whole-farm system models for ex ante technology impact assessment
  1265. Landscape models to support sustainable intensification of agroecological systems
  1266. Modeling crop rotations: capturing short- and long-term feedbacks for sustainability and soil health
  1267. Whole-farm system models in practice: diverse applications
  1268. Improving supply chains to prevent food losses and waste: an overview
  1269. Advances in augmentative biological control in integrated pest management
  1270. Advances in breeding crops resistant to insect pests: rice as a paradigm
  1271. Advances in classical biological control to support IPM of perennial agricultural crops
  1272. Advances in conservation biological control and habitat management for IPM
  1273. Advances in microbial control in integrated pest management: entomopathogenic fungi
  1274. Advances in microbial control in IPM: entomopathogenic viruses
  1275. Advances in physical control methods in IPM
  1276. Advances in understanding agroecosystems ecology and its applications in integrated pest management
  1277. Advances in understanding species ecology: phenological and life cycle modeling of insect pests
  1278. Advances in understanding the ecology of invasive crop insect pests and their impact on IPM
  1279. Advances in use of entomopathogenic nematodes in integrated pest management
  1280. Biotechnology applications for integrated pest management
  1281. Chemical control in IPM systems: advances in selective pesticides and application systems
  1282. Ecological impacts of pesticides and their mitigation within IPM systems
  1283. Economic assessment of integrated pest management (IPM) implementation
  1284. Foundations of an IPM program: detection, identification, and quantification
  1285. Integrated pest management (IPM) in greenhouse and other protected environments
  1286. Integrated pest management (IPM) of nematodes
  1287. Integrated pest management of mites
  1288. Monitoring and minimizing health risks related to pesticides
  1289. Peptide-based biopesticides
  1290. Plant-insect interactions, host-plant resistance, and integrated pest management
  1291. Robot-enhanced insect pest control: reality or fantasy?
  1292. The role and use of genetically engineered insect-resistant crops in integrated pest management systems
  1293. The synergism of biocontrol and plant resistance: a path to advance IPM to higher levels of integration
  1294. Understanding agroecosystems and pest management: from chemical control to integrated biodiversity management
  1295. Temperature deviations during transport as a cause for food losses
  1296. The role of food safety in food waste and losses
  1297. Achieving sustainable greenhouse production: present status, recent advances and future developments
  1298. Advances in breeding of cucumber and watermelon
  1299. Advances in carrot breeding
  1300. Advances in greenhouse design
  1301. Advances in greenhouses and other protected structures used for cultivation of vegetables
  1302. Advances in irrigation management in greenhouse cultivation
  1303. Advances in irrigation techniques in vegetable cultivation
  1304. Advances in lettuce breeding and genetics
  1305. Advances in lettuce cultivation
  1306. Advances in nutrient management in greenhouse cultivation
  1307. Advances in organic cultivation of vegetables
  1308. Advances in organic greenhouse cultivation
  1309. Advances in pea breeding
  1310. Advances in pest and disease management in greenhouse cultivation
  1311. Advances in screenhouse design and practice for protected cultivation
  1312. Advances in understanding and mitigating vegetable responses to abiotic stress
  1313. Advances in understanding insect pests of vegetables: a case study of sweetpotato weevil
  1314. Advances in understanding soil health for vegetable cultivation
  1315. Alternative tillage production systems for cucurbit vegetables
  1316. Apple mosaic virus: biology, epidemiology and detection
  1317. Apple replant disease: causes and management
  1318. Assessing the environmental impact of greenhouse cultivation
  1319. Assessing the impact of environmental factors on the quality of greenhouse produce
  1320. Automation and robotics in greenhouses
  1321. Biological control in integrated management of deciduous fruit insect pests: the use of semiochemicals
  1322. Breeding fruit cultivars with durable disease resistance
  1323. Brown rot: causes, detection and control of Monilinia spp. affecting tree fruit
  1324. Cultural control of arthropod pests in temperate tree fruit
  1325. Developments in breeding vegetables
  1326. Developments in growing substrates for soilless cultivation
  1327. Developments in soilless/hydroponic cultivation of vegetables
  1328. Disease monitoring and decision making in integrated fruit disease management
  1329. Epidemiology and management of apple scab
  1330. Fungal diseases of fruit: apple canker in Asia
  1331. Fungal diseases of fruit: apple cankers in Europe
  1332. Improving fungicide use in integrated fruit disease management
  1333. Improving monitoring and forecasting in integrated management of fruit arthropod pests
  1334. Improving plant propagation methods for fruit disease control
  1335. Insect pests of fruit: aphids
  1336. Integrated management of mite pests of tree fruit
  1337. Integrated management of tortricid pests of tree fruit
  1338. Integrated management of tree fruit insect pests: Drosophila suzukii (Spotted Wing Drosophila)
  1339. Integrated pest management (IPM) in vegetables: examples of successful deployment
  1340. Microbiological safety of vegetable produce: the impact of pre- and post-harvest practices
  1341. Models, sensors and decision support systems in greenhouse cultivation
  1342. New techniques for managing postharvest diseases of fruit: physical, chemical and biological agents
  1343. Optimizing insecticide use in integrated management of fruit insect pests
  1344. Plum pox virus: detection and management
  1345. Powdery mildew: biology, epidemiology, and management of Podosphaera spp. of tree fruit
  1346. Sustainable carrot production
  1347. Sustainable systems for integrated fish and vegetable production: new perspectives on aquaponics
  1348. Sustainable use of energy in greenhouses
  1349. Towards sustainable plant factories with artificial lighting (PFALs): from greenhouses to vertical farms
  1350. Understanding and monitoring diseases of vegetables
  1351. Understanding crop responses to controlled climates in greenhouses
  1352. Use of biocontrol agents in fruit tree disease management
  1353. Assessing socio-economic impacts of agriculture
  1354. The environmental impact of valorising agricultural by-products
  1355. Improvement options for agricultural crop production for food, feed and bioenergy
  1356. Key challenges in modelling of agricultural activities and their environmental impact
  1357. Life cycle assessment methodology for agriculture: some considerations for best practices
  1358. Modelling impacts of agriculture on freshwater
  1359. The use of farm-level models to assess the environmental impact of livestock production
  1360. Using life cycle assessment to compare intensive versus extensive agricultural systems
  1361. Advances in breeding of chestnuts
  1362. Advances in breeding of hazelnuts
  1363. Advances in cultivation of chestnuts
  1364. Advances in cultivation of pistachio
  1365. Advances in cultivation of walnuts
  1366. Advances in detecting tree nut allergens
  1367. Advances in understanding health benefits of hazelnuts
  1368. Advances in understanding health benefits of pistachio
  1369. Advances in understanding the nutritional profile and health benefits of almonds
  1370. Developing hazelnuts as a sustainable and industrial crop
  1371. Integrated disease management in tree nut cultivation
  1372. The nutritional and nutraceutical value of walnut
  1373. Tree nut cultivation, ecosystem services, biodiversity and conservation
  1374. Uses and health benefits of chestnuts
  1375. Advances and challenges in apple breeding
  1376. Advances and challenges in blueberry breeding
  1377. Advances and challenges in cherry breeding
  1378. Advances and challenges in peach breeding
  1379. Advances and challenges in raspberry and blackberry breeding
  1380. Advances and challenges in strawberry genetic improvement
  1381. Advances and challenges in sustainable peach production
  1382. Advances and challenges in sustainable raspberry/blackberry cultivation
  1383. Advances in actuation and control in agricultural robots
  1384. Advances in automated in-field grading of harvested crops
  1385. Advances in communication systems in agricultural robots
  1386. Advances in fruit genetics
  1387. Advances in the development and utilization of fruit tree rootstocks: a case study for apple
  1388. Advances in understanding fruit tree growth
  1389. Advances in understanding reproductive development in fruit-bearing plants
  1390. Advances in understanding tree fruit-rhizosphere microbiome relationships for enhanced plant health
  1391. Bioactive/nutraceutical compounds in fruit that optimize human health benefits
  1392. Challenges and opportunities in pear breeding
  1393. Challenges and opportunities in pear cultivation
  1394. Global positioning systems (GPS) for agriculture: an overview
  1395. Human–robot collaboration in agricultural robots
  1396. Optimizing disease management in fruit cultivation
  1397. Optimizing fruit production efficiencies through mechanization
  1398. Optimizing pest management in fruit cultivation
  1399. Optimizing plant growth, yield and fruit quality with plant bioregulators
  1400. Optimizing precision in orchard irrigation and nutrient management
  1401. Optimizing production of quality nursery plants for fruit tree cultivation
  1402. An overview of machine vision technologies for agricultural robots and automation
  1403. Pre- and post-harvest strategies to optimize fruit quality and shelf life
  1404. Strawberries: a case study of how evolving market expectations impact sustainability
  1405. Sustainable plum and apricot cultivation
  1406. Sustainable sweet cherry cultivation: a case study for designing optimized orchard production systems
  1407. The use of agricultural robots in crop spraying/fertilizer applications
  1408. The use of agricultural robots in orchard management
  1409. The use of agricultural robots in weed management and control
  1410. The use of intelligent/autonomous systems in crop irrigation
  1411. Advances in statistical methods to handle large data sets for GWAS in crop breeding
  1412. Alien introgression and breeding of synthetic wheat
  1413. Challenges and developments in hybrid breeding of barley
  1414. Development of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers for cereal breeding and crop research: current methods and future prospects
  1415. Doubled haploid (DH) production for barley
  1416. Doubled haploid production in wheat
  1417. Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) in barley
  1418. Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) in wheat
  1419. Genomic prediction in crops: advantages and drawbacks
  1420. Leveraging the QTLome to enhance climate change resilience in cereals
  1421. Mapping and isolation of major resistance genes in cereals
  1422. Marker-assisted trait introgression for wheat breeding and research
  1423. Nested association mapping in barley to identify extractable trait genes
  1424. Non-invasive field phenotyping of cereal development
  1425. Prerequisites, procedures and potential of hybrid breeding in wheat
  1426. Production of doubled haploid lines for hybrid breeding in maize
  1427. Selection strategies in hybrid rye with special consideration of fungal disease resistances
  1428. Site-directed genome modification
  1429. Theory and application of phenotyping in wheat for different target environments
  1430. Use of the secondary gene pool of barley in breeding improved varieties
  1431. Sustainable production of willow for biofuel use
  1432. Agroforestry for the cultivation of nuts
  1433. Advances in cultivation of almonds: effects of genotypes, environment and cultural techniques
  1434. Advances in understanding vegetable physiology: root systems as the next frontier in improving sustainable vegetable production
  1435. Improvement options for horticultural production of fruits and vegetables
  1436. Advances and challenges in sustainable apple cultivation
  1437. Agroforestry for fruit trees in Europe and Mediterranean North Africa
  1438. Modelling the environmental impacts of pesticides in agriculture
  1439. Commercial products promoting plant health in African agriculture
  1440. Conserving and exploiting biodiversity in crop cultivation in sub-Saharan Africa
  1441. Disease surveillance, diagnostics and germplasm health in crop protection
  1442. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: banana and plantain
  1443. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: cassava
  1444. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: fruit and other tree crops
  1445. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: legumes
  1446. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: maize
  1447. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: vegetables
  1448. Identifying and managing plant health risks for key African crops: yams and cocoyams
  1449. Improving plant health in sub-Saharan Africa: conclusions and future challenges
  1450. Introduction: meeting challenges in plant health in sub-Saharan Africa
  1451. Key challenges in plant health in sub-Saharan Africa: stakeholder priorities
  1452. Making integrated pest management (IPM) work in sub-Saharan Africa
  1453. Viruses affecting African crops and their vectors
  1454. Weeds affecting field crops and water bodies in sub-Saharan Africa
  1455. Advances in breeding of pistachio
  1456. Towards sustainable production of walnut (Juglans regia L.)
  1457. Cover crops in organic crop cultivation
  1458. Direct plant protection in organic farming
  1459. Disease and pest management in organic farming: a case for applied agroecology
  1460. Eco-functional intensification of organic farming
  1461. The impact of organic agriculture on diet and health
  1462. Improving organic agriculture in the developing world: Africa
  1463. Improving organic agriculture in the developing world: Asia
  1464. Integrated weed management in organic cropping systems
  1465. Key issues in breeding and trialling robust cereal cultivars for organic farming
  1466. Maintaining soil fertility and health in organic crop cultivation
  1467. Manure management in organic farming
  1468. Measuring and improving the environmental performance of organic farming
  1469. Organic agriculture and agroecology in Latin America
  1470. Organic fertilizers and biofertilizers
  1471. Organic seed production, certification and availability
  1472. The role of crop rotations in organic farming
  1473. Setting and reviewing standards for organic farming
  1474. Supporting smallholders in organic crop cultivation: the case of East Africa
  1475. Airborne and satellite remote sensors for precision agriculture
  1476. Controlled traffic farming in precision agriculture
  1477. Intelligent machinery for precision agriculture
  1478. Key challenges and methods in identifying management zones
  1479. Modelling and decision support systems in precision agriculture
  1480. Precision crop protection systems
  1481. Precision livestock farming and pasture management systems
  1482. Precision tillage systems
  1483. Precision weed management systems
  1484. Proximal crop sensing
  1485. Proximal soil surveying and monitoring techniques
  1486. Site-specific irrigation systems
  1487. Site-specific nutrient management systems
  1488. Spray technologies in precision agriculture
  1489. The economics of precision agriculture
  1490. The use of unmanned aerial systems (UASs) in precision agriculture
  1491. Variable-rate application technologies in precision agriculture
  1492. Variable-rate seeding systems for precision agriculture
  1493. Sustainable production of cabbage on plasticulture
  1494. Challenges and prospects for fungicidal control of wheat diseases
  1495. Conservation tillage in organic farming
  1496. Developments in diagnostic techniques for cereal pathogens
  1497. Diseases affecting wheat and barley: powdery mildew
  1498. Diseases affecting wheat and barley: rusts
  1499. Diseases affecting wheat: Septoria nodorum blotch
  1500. Diseases affecting wheat: Septoria tritici blotch
  1501. Diseases affecting wheat: wheat blast
  1502. Improving water management in organic crop cultivation
  1503. A lesser-known pathogen of wheat: Bipolaris sorokiniana
  1504. Natural antifungal compounds for the control of diseases in wheat and other cereals
  1505. Occurrence and avoidance of fungicide resistance in cereal diseases
  1506. The role of crop rotation, intercropping and tillage practices for foliar disease management of wheat and barley
  1507. Trends in exploring wheat and barley germplasm for novel disease resistance traits
  1508. Banana cultivation in Africa
  1509. Banana plant propagation methods
  1510. Challenges in cultivation of bananas in the subtropics
  1511. Conserving banana germplasm through field genebanks
  1512. Good agricultural practices: an end point or a starting point for more sustainable banana production?
  1513. Harvesting and packaging of bananas
  1514. Life cycle assessment and carbon footprint of banana cultivation
  1515. Nutrition and soil management in banana cultivation
  1516. Organic banana cultivation and sustainability
  1517. The origin, domestication and dispersal of bananas
  1518. Ripening systems for bananas
  1519. Sustainable banana cultivation: from standards to multiple solutions
  1520. Understanding the banana industry: monoculture and beyond
  1521. Acrylamide formation in fried potato products and its mitigation
  1522. Advances in irrigation management and technology in potato cultivation: experiences from a humid climate
  1523. Bacterial diseases affecting potatoes
  1524. Fungal diseases affecting potato storage
  1525. Improving nutrient management in potato cultivation
  1526. Improving potato cultivation practices: an overview
  1527. Modelling potato growth
  1528. Nematode pests of potatoes
  1529. Non-infectious disorders affecting potatoes
  1530. Organic potato cultivation
  1531. Post-harvest storage of potatoes
  1532. Potato pest management with specific reference to the Pacific Northwest (USA)
  1533. Viruses affecting potatoes
  1534. Biodiversity as a prerequisite of sustainable organic farming
  1535. Advances in conventional potato-breeding techniques
  1536. Advances in development of potato varieties resistant to abiotic stress
  1537. Advances in pest- and disease-resistant cocoa varieties
  1538. Advances in understanding potato plant physiology and growth
  1539. Analysis and design of the shade canopy of cocoa-based agroforestry systems
  1540. Cacao diseases: vascular-streak dieback
  1541. Climate change and cocoa cultivation
  1542. Cocoa diseases: witches' broom
  1543. Cocoa plant propagation techniques to supply farmers with improved planting materials
  1544. Cocoa sustainability initiatives: the impacts of cocoa sustainability initiatives in West Africa
  1545. Conserving and exploiting cocoa genetic resources: the key challenges
  1546. Developing early-maturing and stress-resistant potato varieties
  1547. Developing new sweet potato varieties with improved performance
  1548. Developments in cacao breeding programmes in Africa and the Americas
  1549. Ensuring the genetic diversity of potatoes
  1550. Frosty pod rot, caused by Moniliophthora roreri
  1551. Good agronomic practices in cocoa cultivation: rehabilitating cocoa farms
  1552. Improving best practice with regard to pesticide use in cocoa
  1553. Improving potato cultivation to promote food self-sufficiency in Africa
  1554. Improving soil and nutrient management for cacao cultivation
  1555. Improving the breeding, cultivation and use of sweetpotato in Africa
  1556. Insect pests affecting cocoa
  1557. Mycotoxins in cocoa: causes, detection and control
  1558. Nematode pests of cocoa
  1559. Nutritional properties and enhancement/biofortification of potatoes
  1560. Organic cocoa cultivation
  1561. Potato production and breeding in China
  1562. The potential of somatic embryogenesis for commercial-scale propagation of elite cacao varieties
  1563. The role of gene banks in preserving the genetic diversity of cacao
  1564. Safe handling and movement of cocoa germplasm for breeding
  1565. Supporting smallholders in achieving more sustainable cocoa cultivation: the case of West Africa
  1566. Supporting smallholder women farmers in potato cultivation
  1567. Taxonomy and classification of cacao
  1568. Understanding ageing processes in seed potatoes
  1569. Biological indicators of soil health in organic cultivation
  1570. Chemical composition of soils: role in soil health
  1571. Conservation grass hedges and soil health parameters
  1572. Drainage requirements to maintain soil health
  1573. Effects of crop rotations and intercropping on soil health
  1574. The impact of heavy metal contamination on soil health
  1575. Integrated soil health management: a framework for soil conservation and regeneration
  1576. Maintaining soil health in Africa
  1577. Maintaining soil health in dryland areas
  1578. Managing irrigation for soil health in arid and semi-arid regions
  1579. Managing soil health in organic cultivation
  1580. Manure and compost management to maintain soil health
  1581. Mechanisms of soil erosion/degradation
  1582. Modelling soil organic matter dynamics as a soil health indicator
  1583. Nutrient cycling in soils
  1584. Optimising fertiliser use to maintain soil health
  1585. Organic amendments to improve soil health and crop productivity: a case study in China
  1586. Pesticide use and biodiversity in soils
  1587. Plant–soil interactions: an overview
  1588. The role of soil fauna in soil health and delivery of ecosystem services
  1589. The role of soil hydrology in soil health
  1590. Soil and soil health: an overview
  1591. Soil ecosystem services: an overview
  1592. Soil health and climate change: a critical nexus
  1593. Soil health assessment and inventory: indices and databases
  1594. Soil health assessment and maintenance in Central and South-Central Brazil
  1595. Soil microorganisms: role in soil health
  1596. Soil sampling for soil health assessment
  1597. Soil texture and structure: role in soil health
  1598. Supporting smallholders in maintaining soil health: key challenges and strategies
  1599. The economics of soil health
  1600. Use of cover crops to promote soil health
  1601. Fusarium diseases: biology and management perspectives
  1602. Assessing the cost of supplying water for agriculture: the food supply cost curve
  1603. Climate change and water resources for agriculture
  1604. Deficit irrigation and site-specific irrigation scheduling techniques to minimize water use
  1605. Developments in surface irrigation techniques
  1606. Drainage systems to support sustainable water use
  1607. Dynamics of water storage and retention in soil
  1608. The economics of groundwater development and governance
  1609. Fertigation techniques for efficient water and nutrient use in agriculture
  1610. Improving water productivity in rainfed agriculture: challenges and opportunities for small-scale farmers in dry lands
  1611. Improving water use in tropical rain-fed systems: the situation in India
  1612. Increasing water productivity in agriculture: an overview
  1613. An integrated approach for the estimation of crop water requirements based on soil, plant and atmospheric measurements
  1614. Managing surface water for irrigation
  1615. Modelling water use on farms
  1616. An overview of subsurface irrigation techniques
  1617. Rainwater and floodwater harvesting for crop irrigation
  1618. Regional strategies in sustainable water management for irrigation: the eco-efficiency approach
  1619. The challenge of sustainable water resources management under water scarcity
  1620. Trickle irrigation systems
  1621. Understanding and measuring plant water use
  1622. Use of brackish and marginal water for irrigation in water-scarce areas
  1623. The use of treated wastewater for crop irrigation
  1624. Advanced technologies to accelerate sorghum breeding
  1625. Advanced testing, multiplication and release of new sorghum varieties
  1626. Classifying the genetic diversity of sorghum: a revised classification of sorghum
  1627. Crop management practices for grain sorghum: an overview
  1628. Developing high-yield sorghum varieties
  1629. Ensuring the genetic diversity of sorghum
  1630. Improving soil and crop nutrition management in sorghum cultivation
  1631. Improving water management in sorghum cultivation
  1632. Insect pests and their management in sorghum cultivation
  1633. Post-harvest management of sorghum
  1634. The principles and processes of sorghum breeding
  1635. Sorghum breeding for abiotic stress tolerance
  1636. Sorghum breeding for biotic stress tolerance
  1637. Sorghum diseases and their management in cultivation: seedling, seed, panicle and foliar diseases
  1638. Sorghum diseases and their management in cultivation: stalk, root and other diseases
  1639. The comparative and evolutionary genomics of sorghum
  1640. Weed management in sorghum cultivation
  1641. Diseases affecting wheat: tan spot
  1642. Advances in conventional soybean breeding techniques
  1643. Advances in flood-tolerant varieties of soybean
  1644. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of soybeans
  1645. Advances in the drought and heat resistance of soybean
  1646. Advances in the genetic modification of soybeans
  1647. Defining and implementing best management practices in soybean production
  1648. Maintaining and utilizing the genetic diversity of soybeans
  1649. Mapping the soybean genome
  1650. Modelling the effects of temperature and photoperiod on soybean reproductive development
  1651. Supporting smallholders in soybean cultivation: the example of Zimbabwe
  1652. Sustainable soybean production research and practice: contrasting case studies from three soybean production areas
  1653. Towards improving the salt tolerance of soybean
  1654. Analysing sensory and processing quality of cocoa
  1655. Challenges and opportunities for smallholders in banana value chains
  1656. A functional approach to bunch formation in banana
  1657. Developing new technologies and market strategies for sorghum producers in developing countries: the Sahel case
  1658. Growth, development and physiology of grain sorghum
  1659. Improving production and utilization of sorghum in Asia
  1660. Improving sorghum cultivation in South America
  1661. Sorghum as a food grain
  1662. Sorghum as a forage and energy crop
  1663. Sorghum cultivation and improvement in West and Central Africa
  1664. Structure and chemistry of sorghum grain
  1665. The domestication, spread and uses of sorghum as a crop
  1666. Diseases affecting barley: net blotches
  1667. Advances in disease-resistant oil palm varieties
  1668. Artisanal mills and local production of palm oil by smallholders
  1669. Bioactive compounds in oil palm
  1670. Certifying sustainability in oil palm cultivation
  1671. Diseases affecting oil palm
  1672. Fungal diseases affecting oil palm
  1673. Insect pests affecting oil palms
  1674. The integrated management of bud rot disease and Phytophthora palmivora in oil palm
  1675. Integrated pest management in sustainable palm oil production
  1676. Life cycle assessment (LCA) of palm oil in practice: the example of Malaysia
  1677. Life cycle assessments of oil palm products
  1678. Modelling the environmental impacts of agriculture, focusing on oil palm
  1679. The nutritional value of red palm oil
  1680. Palm oil and health
  1681. Understanding smallholders in oil palm cultivation: a case study from Sumatra
  1682. Waste management and recycling in oil palm cultivation
  1683. Advanced breeding techniques for grain legumes in the genomics era
  1684. Advances in understanding grain legume physiology: stomatal behaviour and response to abiotic stress
  1685. Advances in understanding grain legume physiology: understanding root architecture, nutrient uptake and response to abiotic stress
  1686. Biofortification of grain legumes
  1687. Conserving and characterizing the genetic diversity of grain legumes
  1688. Developing drought- and heat-tolerant varieties of grain legumes
  1689. Developing pest- and disease-resistant cultivars of grain legumes
  1690. Dietary health benefits, phytochemicals and anti-nutritional factors in grain legumes
  1691. Diseases affecting grain legumes and their management
  1692. Drying, handling, storing and quality monitoring of pulses
  1693. Genetic modification of grain legumes
  1694. Grain legume–cereal intercropping systems
  1695. Grain legumes in integrated crop management systems
  1696. Grain legume storage in developing nations
  1697. Insect pests and integrated pest management techniques in grain legume cultivation
  1698. The nutritional potential of grain legumes: an economic perspective
  1699. Soil and nutrient management in grain legume cultivation
  1700. Variety selection and seed quality management in grain legume cultivation
  1701. Weed management in grain legume cultivation
  1702. Advances in conventional sugarcane breeding programmes
  1703. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of sugarcane
  1704. Advances in understanding of sugarcane plant growth and physiology
  1705. Ensuring and exploiting the genetic diversity of sugarcane
  1706. Ensuring biosecurity in sugarcane cultivation
  1707. Genetic improvement of sugarcane by transgenic, intragenic and genome editing technologies
  1708. Integrated disease management strategies in sugarcane cultivation
  1709. Integrated weed management in sugarcane cultivation
  1710. Progress in understanding and managing insect pests affecting sugarcane
  1711. Progress in understanding fungal diseases affecting sugarcane: red rot
  1712. Progress in understanding fungal diseases affecting sugarcane: rusts
  1713. Progress in understanding fungal diseases affecting sugarcane: smut
  1714. Progress in understanding viruses affecting sugarcane
  1715. Recent progress in understanding three major bacterial diseases of sugarcane: gumming, leaf scald and ratoon stunting
  1716. Sugarcane genome sequencing and genetic mapping
  1717. Viral metagenomics and sugarcane pathogens
  1718. Advances in genetic modification of tea
  1719. Assessing and reducing the environmental impact of tea cultivation
  1720. Cultivation, production and marketing of organic tea
  1721. Diseases affecting tea plants
  1722. The effect of cultivation techniques on tea quality
  1723. Ensuring the genetic diversity of tea plants
  1724. Insect pests of tea: caterpillars and other seasonal, occasional and minor pests
  1725. Insect pests of tea: shot hole borers, termites and nematodes
  1726. Instrumentation and methodology for the quantification of phytochemicals in tea
  1727. Integrated pest management of insect, nematode and mite pests of tea
  1728. Mapping and exploiting the tea genome
  1729. Pesticide residues in tea: challenges in detection and control
  1730. Planting and cultivation of tea
  1731. The potential role for tea in combating chronic diseases
  1732. The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in tea cultivation
  1733. The role of microbes in tea cultivation
  1734. Supporting smallholders in tea cultivation
  1735. Tea cultivation under changing climatic conditions
  1736. Advances in conventional breeding techniques for oil palm
  1737. Advances in disease-resistant varieties of soybean
  1738. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of palm oil
  1739. Advances in pest-resistant varieties of soybean
  1740. Advances in the genetic modification of oil palm
  1741. Advances in understanding oil palm reproductive development
  1742. Allergens in soybean
  1743. Bacterial and viral diseases affecting soybean production
  1744. Diversity in the genetic resources of oil palm
  1745. Improving soil health and crop nutrition in oil palm cultivation
  1746. Improving the nutritional value of soybean
  1747. Integrated weed management in soybean cultivation
  1748. Key factors limiting sustainable insect pest management in soybeans
  1749. Maintaining soil health in oil palm cultivation
  1750. Modelling crop growth and yield in palm oil cultivation
  1751. Nematode pathogens of soybean
  1752. Nutritional considerations for soybean meal use in poultry diets
  1753. Nutritional, nutraceutical and functional properties of soybeans
  1754. Oomycete and fungal pathogens of soybean
  1755. The palm oil governance complex: progress, problems and gaps
  1756. Research trends in oil palm cultivation
  1757. Sustainability pathways in oil palm cultivation: a comparison of Indonesia, Colombia and Cameroon
  1758. The palm oil market: growth and trends
  1759. Use of palm oil for biofuel
  1760. Balancing palm oil cultivation with forest and biodiversity conservation
  1761. Diseases affecting barley: scald
  1762. Managing the soil biological community to improve soil health and reduce losses from nematode pests
  1763. Advances in understanding flowering, pollination and fruit development in mangoes
  1764. Advances in understanding mango tree growth and canopy development
  1765. Exploiting the mango genome: molecular markers
  1766. The genetic diversity of mangoes
  1767. Improving fertilizer and water-use efficiency in mango cultivation
  1768. Integrated disease management in mango cultivation
  1769. Integrated pest management and biological pest control strategies in mango cultivation
  1770. Life cycle assessment of mango systems
  1771. Management of an ultra-high-density mango orchard and benefits of the small-tree system
  1772. Mango cultivation in greenhouses
  1773. Mango cultivation practices for the subtropics
  1774. Mango cultivation practices in the tropics: good agricultural practices to maximize sustainable yields
  1775. Monitoring fruit quality and quantity in mangoes
  1776. Organic mango production: a review
  1777. Post-harvest storage management of mango fruit
  1778. The nutritional and nutraceutical/functional properties of mangoes
  1779. Understanding post-harvest deterioration of mangoes
  1780. Advances in understanding soybean physiology and growth
  1781. Breeding improved varieties of cowpea
  1782. Developing improved varieties of common bean
  1783. Developing improved varieties of faba bean
  1784. Developing improved varieties of groundnut
  1785. Developing improved varieties of lentil
  1786. Developing improved varieties of pigeonpea
  1787. Efficient and sustainable production of faba bean
  1788. Improving cultivation of cowpea in West Africa
  1789. Improving cultivation of groundnuts
  1790. Improving cultivation of lentil
  1791. Improving cultivation of pigeonpea
  1792. Improving cultivation practices for common beans
  1793. Improving cultivation practices for soybeans in sub-Saharan Africa
  1794. Preventing mycotoxin contamination in groundnut cultivation
  1795. The use of marker-assisted selection in developing improved varieties of soybean
  1796. Advances in research on coffee flavour compounds
  1797. Beneficial compounds from coffee leaves
  1798. Bioactive compounds in coffee beans with beneficial health properties
  1799. Breeding caffeine-free coffee beans
  1800. Chemical composition of coffee beans: an overview
  1801. Coffee tree growth and environmental acclimation
  1802. Developing varieties of Arabica coffee
  1803. Developing varieties of Robusta coffee
  1804. Developments in molecular breeding techniques in Robusta coffee
  1805. Disseminating improved coffee varieties for sustainable production
  1806. Diversity and genome evolution in coffee
  1807. Ensuring the genetic diversity of coffee
  1808. Environmental and genetic effects on coffee seed biochemical composition and quality
  1809. Flavour as the common thread for coffee quality along the value chain
  1810. Harmful compounds in coffee
  1811. Life cycle analysis and the carbon footprint of coffee value chains
  1812. Metabolomics as a powerful tool for coffee authentication
  1813. Nutritional and health effects of coffee
  1814. Assessing and minimizing the environmental effects of herbicides
  1815. Bio-herbicides: an overview
  1816. Cultural techniques to manage weeds
  1817. Developments in physical weed control
  1818. Ethical issues in integrated weed management
  1819. Flame weeding techniques
  1820. Invasive weed species and their effects
  1821. Key issues and challenges of integrated weed management
  1822. Site-specific weed management
  1823. Soil solarization: a sustainable method
  1824. Surveillance and monitoring of weed populations
  1825. The role of herbicide-resistant crops in integrated weed management
  1826. The use of allelopathy and competitive crop cultivars for weed suppression in cereal crops
  1827. The use of bacteria in integrated weed management
  1828. The use of rotations and cover crops to manage weeds
  1829. Trends in the development of herbicide-resistant weeds
  1830. The use of insects in integrated weed management
  1831. The use of microorganisms in integrated weed management
  1832. Weed ecology and population dynamics
  1833. Weed management in organic crop cultivation
  1834. Weed-plant interactions
  1835. Advances in harvesting and transport of sugarcane
  1836. Advances in sugarcane irrigation for optimisation of water supply
  1837. Analysing the processing quality of sugarcane
  1838. Best management practices for maintaining water quality in sugarcane cultivation
  1839. Crop modelling to support sustainable sugarcane cultivation
  1840. Cultivating sugarcane for use in bioenergy applications: key issues
  1841. Good planting and cultivation practices in sugarcane production
  1842. Improving nutrient management in sugarcane cultivation
  1843. Improving soil management in sugarcane cultivation
  1844. Mitigating the impact of environmental, social and economic issues on sugarcane cultivation to achieve sustainability
  1845. Precision agriculture and sugarcane production – a case study from the Burdekin region of Australia
  1846. Predicting the effect of climate change on sugarcane cultivation
  1847. Sugarcane as a renewable resource for sustainable futures
  1848. The Sustainable Sugarcane Initiative
  1849. The development of sugarcane cultivation
  1850. Sorghum tolerance to low-phosphorus soil conditions
  1851. Advances in understanding cassava growth and development
  1852. Breeding cassava for higher yield
  1853. Breeding cassava to meet consumer preferences for product quality
  1854. Breeding, delivery, use and benefits of bio-fortified cassava
  1855. Conservation and distribution of cassava
  1856. Developing new cassava varieties: tools, techniques and strategies
  1857. Diseases affecting cassava
  1858. Integrated management of arthropod pests of cassava: the case of Southeast Asia
  1859. Marker-assisted selection in cassava breeding
  1860. Molecular approaches in cassava breeding
  1861. Weed control in cassava cropping systems
  1862. Advances in maize post-harvest management
  1863. Controlling aflatoxins in maize in Africa: strategies, challenges and opportunities for improvement
  1864. Control of rodent pests in maize cultivation: the case of Africa
  1865. Economically important insect pests of maize
  1866. Good agricultural practices for maize cultivation: the case of West Africa
  1867. Maize seed variety selection and seed system development: the case of southern Africa
  1868. Modelling crop growth and grain yield in maize cultivation
  1869. Nematodes associated with maize
  1870. Precision maize cultivation techniques
  1871. Zero-till cultivation of maize
  1872. Post-harvest wheat losses in Africa: an Ethiopian case study
  1873. Variety selection in wheat cultivation
  1874. Cassava cultivation in sub-Saharan Africa
  1875. Drivers of change for cassava’s multiple roles in sustainable development
  1876. Integrated crop management for cassava cultivation in Asia
  1877. Seed systems management in cassava cultivation
  1878. Value chain approaches to mechanization in cassava cultivation and harvesting in Africa
  1879. Durum wheat: production, challenges and opportunities
  1880. Improving water management in winter wheat
  1881. Improving wheat cultivation in Asia
  1882. Integrated crop management of wheat
  1883. Organic production of wheat and spelt
  1884. Wheat crop modelling to improve yields
  1885. Addressing nutritional disorders in cassava cultivation
  1886. Cassava cultivation and soil productivity
  1887. Cassava cultivation in Asia
  1888. Cassava cultivation in Latin America
  1889. Cassava for industrial uses
  1890. GCP21: a global cassava partnership for the 21st century
  1891. Intercropping and crop rotations in cassava cultivation: a production systems approach
  1892. New uses and processes for cassava
  1893. Nutrient sources and their application in cassava cultivation
  1894. Targeting smallholder farmers to adopt improved cassava technologies: challenges and opportunities
  1895. The emergence of cassava as a global crop
  1896. Use and nutritional value of cassava roots and leaves as a traditional food
  1897. Advances in control of wheat rust
  1898. Genetic and other factors affecting wheat quality
  1899. The impact of climate change on wheat insect pests: current knowledge and future trends
  1900. Integrated pest management in wheat cultivation
  1901. Measuring wheat quality
  1902. Photosynthetic improvement of wheat plants
  1903. Sequencing and assembly of the wheat genome
  1904. Wheat genetic resources: global conservation and use for the future
  1905. Wheat pests: insects, mites, and prospects for the future
  1906. Wheat pests: introduction, rodents and nematodes
  1907. Advances in post-harvest storage and handling of apples
  1908. Advances in soil and nutrient management in apple cultivation
  1909. Advances in understanding apple tree growth: rootstocks and planting systems
  1910. The apple genome – harbinger of innovation for sustainable apple production
  1911. Bacterial diseases affecting apples
  1912. Growing organic apples in Europe
  1913. Innovations in apple tree cultivation to manage crop load and ripening
  1914. Advances in pest- and disease-resistant apple varieties
  1915. Advances in understanding apple tree growth: the manipulation of tree growth and development
  1916. Advances in understanding flowering and pollination in apple trees
  1917. Sustainable arthropod management for apples
  1918. Analysing maize grain quality
  1919. Assessing and improving the nutritional quality of maize
  1920. Ensuring the genetic diversity of maize and its wild relatives
  1921. Key challenges in maize breeding in sub-Saharan Africa
  1922. Nutritional and nutraceutical/functional properties of maize
  1923. Advances in cold-tolerant maize varieties
  1924. Advances in irrigation techniques for rice cultivation
  1925. Advances in molecular breeding techniques for rice
  1926. Advances in understanding the role of rice in nutrition
  1927. Breeding green super rice (GSR) varieties for sustainable rice cultivation
  1928. Breeding strategies to improve rice yields: an overview
  1929. Control of rodent pests in rice cultivation
  1930. Dry-seeded and aerobic cultivation of rice
  1931. Improving photosynthesis in rice: from small steps to giant leaps
  1932. Integrated pest management for sustainable rice cultivation: a holistic approach
  1933. Management of rice insect pests
  1934. Rice insect pests: biology and ecology
  1935. Sustainable rice cultivation in coastal saline soils: a case study
  1936. Yield gap analysis towards meeting future rice demand
  1937. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of tomatoes
  1938. Closing yield gaps for small- and medium-scale oil palm producers: improving cultivation practices
  1939. Assessing the environmental impact and sustainability of apple cultivation
  1940. Evaluating and improving rootstocks for apple cultivation
  1941. Improving nutrient management for sustainable intensification of maize
  1942. Mechanization and automation for apple
  1943. Genetic resistance to viruses in tomato
  1944. Integrated pest management in tomato cultivation
  1945. Bio-ecology of major insect and mite pests of tomato crops in the tropics
  1946. Advances in marker-assisted breeding of apples
  1947. Developing disease-resistant tomato varieties
  1948. Sustainable approaches to control postharvest diseases of apples
  1949. The economics of apple production
  1950. Advances in understanding apple fruit development
  1951. Assessing the sustainability impacts of rice cultivation
  1952. Conservation agriculture for sustainable intensification of maize and other cereal systems: the case of Latin America
  1953. Insect-transmitted viral diseases infecting tomato crops
  1954. Organic greenhouse tomato production
  1955. Advances in genetic modification of cassava
  1956. Crop rotation: a sustainable system for maize production
  1957. Developing tomato varieties with improved flavour
  1958. Genetic engineering of tomato to improve nutritional quality, resistance to abiotic and biotic stresses, and for non-food applications
  1959. Hybrid potato breeding for improved varieties
  1960. Improving water and nutrient management in tomato cultivation
  1961. Understanding and improving the shelf life of tomatoes
  1962. Understanding and improving water-use efficiency and drought resistance in tomato
  1963. Developments in tomato breeding: conventional and biotechnology tools
  1964. Optimizing yields in tomato cultivation: maximizing tomato plant use of resources
  1965. Rapid response to disease outbreaks in maize cultivation: the case of maize lethal necrosis
  1966. Tomato plant responses to biotic and abiotic stress
  1967. Integrated weed management in maize cultivation: an overview
  1968. Improving drought and heat tolerance in wheat
  1969. Establishment and root development in wheat crops
  1970. Weed management of maize grown under temperate conditions: the case of Europe and the United States
  1971. Advances in cold-resistant wheat varieties
  1972. Advances in nutrient management in rice cultivation
  1973. Supporting smallholders in improving wheat cultivation
  1974. Constraints in adopting improved technologies for maize cultivation: the case of Africa
  1975. Plant protection products in rice cultivation: critical issues in risk assessment and management to promote sustainable use
  1976. Agronomic and environmental factors affecting rice grain quality
  1977. Biofortified Golden Rice: an additional intervention for vitamin A deficiency
  1978. Conservation tillage for sustainable wheat intensification: the example of South Asia
  1979. Ensuring the genetic diversity of apples
  1980. Improving the uptake and assimilation of nitrogen in wheat plants
  1981. Integrated weed management techniques for rice
  1982. Management of viruses and virus-like agents affecting apple production
  1983. Quality parameters and testing methods in rice cultivation
  1984. Supporting small holders in maize cultivation: using an agricultural innovation systems approach
  1985. Climate risk management in maize cropping systems
  1986. Intercropping in sustainable maize cultivation
  1987. Advances in control of wheat diseases: Fusarium head blight, wheat blast and powdery mildew
  1988. Advances in disease-resistant wheat varieties
  1989. Advances in mycotoxin-resistant maize varieties
  1990. Advances in wheat breeding techniques
  1991. Biofortification of maize
  1992. Consumer trends in apple sales
  1993. Developing maize-breeding methods and cultivars to meet the challenge of climate change
  1994. Development of rice varieties with improved iron content in grain
  1995. Developments in the system of rice intensification (SRI)
  1996. Ensuring and exploiting genetic diversity in rice
  1997. Ensuring the genetic diversity of tomatoes
  1998. Improving wheat production in the Central and West Asia and North Africa (CWANA) region
  1999. Integrated weed management in tomato cultivation
  2000. Integrated weed management in wheat cultivation
  2001. Integrated wheat disease management
  2002. Mechanisms of drought tolerance in rice
  2003. Modelling crop growth and yield in tomato cultivation
  2004. The nutraceutical properties of rice
  2005. Optimizing maize-based cropping systems: Sustainability, good agricultural practices (GAP) and yield goals
  2006. Pre- and postharvest fungal apple diseases
  2007. Processing rice straw and husks as co-products
  2008. Recent molecular technologies for tackling wheat diseases
  2009. The nutritional and nutraceutical value of wheat
  2010. Understanding and improving protein traits in maize
  2011. Wheat diseases: an overview
  2012. Women and maize cultivation: increasing productivity through gender analysis
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