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With a 49% share in the global oil and soybean flour market, for 20 years, Argentina has been leading exports of these specialties.

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Iowa State University scientists are working toward a future in which farmers can use unmanned aircraft to spot, and even predict, disease and stress in their crops. Their vision relies on machine learning, an automated process in which technology can help farmers respond to plant stress more efficiently. 

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Soon, soybeans will be bred to yield stable oil without the addition of dangerous trans fats. Lettuce will be grown to handle warmer, drier fields. Wheat to contain less gluten. And pigs bred to resist deadly viruses. Someday, maybe even strawberry plants whose delicate berries can be picked by machine instead of by hand.

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At the 2019 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and AgTech in Des Moines, Iowa, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) chemist Gordon Selling today reported on his group's use of steam-jet cooking and other processing methods to create a starch-vegetable-oil-based complex with a variety of useful properties.

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Last Tuesday, June 4, at the Costa Galana Hotel in the city of Mar del Plata (Argentina), took place the presentation of Howler, a biological product that activates the plant defense system with ISDV Technology.

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A group of bacteria has great potential to help plants to suffer less from the effects of water scarcity.