Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Microorganism Breaks Down Nutrients in Manure and Accelerates Organic Farming Processes; UK Trials Camelina Plants that Produce Omega-3 Fatty Acids

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This issue profiles a microorganism that breaks down nutrients in manure and accelerates organic farming processes, camelina plants that produce omega-3 fatty acids, and a research that paves way for increasing crop yield and developing food security.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Microorganism Breaks Down Nutrients in Manure and Accelerates Organic Farming Processes; UK Trials Camelina Plants that Produce Omega-3 Fatty AcidsIn This Issue1. MICROORGANISM BREAKS DOWN NUTRIENTS IN MANURE AND ACCELERATES ORGANIC FARMING PROCESSES2. UK TRIALS CAMELINA PLANTS THAT PRODUCE OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS3. RESEARCH SHOWS INCREASING BOTH SEED SIZE AND SEED NUMBER IN CROPS IS POSSIBLE4. SOME KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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