As the world tries to find more eco-friendly alternatives to pesticides, a team of Russian and Indian scientists has an interesting idea.
"In the future, we might also adapt dietary regimens for insect rearing in order to increase their antioxidant content for animal or human consumption," say the authors.
This might solve a long-standing puzzle about plant domestication.
The wine wasn't restricted to the higher echelons of Celtic society -- the craftsmen also enjoyed a glass from time to time.
Three percent, ten percent, forty-seven percent -- what's a reasonable price?
Agricultural pollution causes a concerning number of cancers, a new study finds
Who doesn't love a glass of wine?
Out of the 544,879 colonies these beekeepers managed, 89,124 were lost over the winter of 2017-18.
There's been a 1% decline in the quantity of consumable food calories produced by the world's top 10 crops.
We should bee more concerned about their health.
Toil all day, very little pay.
These plants will drink responsibly -- whether they want it or not!
It's getting worse: climate change is taking our bananas.
The farmers did not interbreed with local foragers.
Growers are preparing for a rough season.
Thank you, Asia, you're the real MVP.
This puts us at great risk.
This is the most comprehensive review of pest-related damage.
If we want to be able to feed the world, we need to change a thing or two.