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Plant Health

​​​Plant Immune Systems Can Adapt to Non-Living Environmental Stressors, a New Study Reveals​

By | News, Plant Health, Plant Science

When we think of plants, the phrase “stressed out” doesn’t typically come to mind. They are, after all, exempt from paying bills and tackling existential questions. However, environmental changes—both living (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic)—generate significant stressors for plants. New methods to improve plant tolerance and immunity amid climate change are therefore critical.

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Artificial intelligence application for detecting diseases and pests in horticultural crops 

By | Agriculture, Fruits and Vegetables, News, Plant Health, Plant Science

Doctor X Nabat is the name of an application for the early detection of diseases and pests in horticultural crops, developed by an international team (Spain, Dubai, Egypt, Tunis, United Arab Emirates). This tool, aimed at farmers and agriculture experts, is available for devices with Android systems and computers. The tool has been tested in tomato, pepper and cucumber crops.

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