EC stops import of US long-grain rice
Dip in yield, low protein content: PAU field experiment finds several problems with nano urea
Production can decrease further year on year if nano urea application is continued
Sustainable agriculture: Punjab needs policies to support crop diversification
Growing maize instead of paddy can reduce water use by 60-70%
Brazil’s GM corns no more resistant against bugs
Farmers demand compensation as seed companies blame farmers
Can President Mukherjee redress this farmer’s grievance?
World record holder for highest paddy yield awaits certification
With IT villages
Elsewhere the bubble may have burst, but in rural India infotech is alive and kicking
A sticky label
US biotech industry gears up to play dirty in Europe
Gareeb Kalyan Anna Yojana has been extended for five more months
Activists and experts welcome Prime Minister Modi’s announcement
European food regulatory body rejects French ban on GM maize
Scientific evidence found lacking in indicating risk to health, environment
DTE Exclusive: Did focus on yield cost India nutrition?
Down To Earth special report on how the wheat and rice that the country eats have lost their nutritional value
Indians consuming rice and wheat low in food value, high in toxins: ICAR study
DTE and CSE hold webinar on magazine’s coverage of ICAR research
Silent famine: Has India weakened its own nutritional security?
A study led by Indian Council of Agricultural Research scientists has found the grains that we eat have lost food value; instead they are …
Simply Put: All about diet
Silent famine: What exactly changed in India’s wheat and rice?
The crops gained quantity but lost quality in the quest to feed India’s millions
Silent famine: Can India halt its own weakening nutritional security?
If India has to have any chance in arresting malnutrition and micronutrient deficiency burden, nutrition has to be made a priority at par with …
Why are farmers in Haryana leaving their fields vacant?
Excessive cropping of paddy has completely depleted groundwater in some places; in others, there is the problem of waterlogging
As told to Parliament (February 7, 2024): India had over 32 million stunted children as of December 2023
Underweight and wasting levels lower than that projected by National Family Health Survey-5, says Smriti Irani