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Researchers of CIAP (INTA, Argentina) integrate a multidisciplinary and inter-institutional team that supports the horticultural production in the peri-urban area of Cordoba. Recent studies allow us a better understanding of the positive effect of the use of bio-inputs as tools for ecological  intensification.

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Tomato plants emit an aroma to resist the attacks of bacteria.

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Investigadores del instituto trabajan en la domesticación del chilto, una especie nativa de la región de las Yungas. Gracias a sus propiedades nutritivas y funcionales, en Tucumán se posiciona como una alternativa para las producciones agroforestales.
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Mexico's ancient civilizations cultivated crops such as maize, tomatoes and chilies for thousands of years before the Spanish conquerors arrived — and now those native plants could hold the key to sustainable food production as climate change bites, said a leading ecologist.
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Over the decades, taste has drained out of supermarket tomatoes. Harry J. Klee, a professor of horticultural sciences at the University of Florida, thinks he can put it back in within a couple of years. In this week’s issue of the journal Science, Dr.
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El Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA) envió a Patricia Larraín, entomóloga que estudió durante años a la polilla del tomate. Entre los temas abordados destacó la Biología de la plaga, Hospederos, Hábitos, Identificación de daños y manejo de Tuta Absoluta (Control Químico, biológico y cultural).