Mycotoxins News

News published on March 28, 2008:

Brazil: Taking Action on the Mycotoxin Problem

Brazil has set another example of leadership in the world. Twenty five years ago they decided not to be dependent on oil and began to produce ethanol from sugar cane; which is approximately 5 times more efficie...
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News published on March 20, 2008:

Cotton Studies Target Killer: Fusarium Wilt

The long, warm days of a typical California summer make life easy for sun-loving cotton plants. But a fungal enemy that causes what's known as Fusarium wilt can make things tough for the plants—and for growers'...
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USDA Agricultural Research Service
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News published on March 5, 2008:

New Pima Cottons Fight Fusarium Fungus

Some of your favorite clothes, towels and sheets might be made with cotton, America's best-selling fabric. But cotton plants won't produce top yields of the fluffy white bolls if they're clobbered by a microbe ...
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USDA Agricultural Research Service
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News published on October 17, 2007:

Mycotoxin Management: Outstanding Participation Award for Biomin

BIOMIN won the Outstanding Participation award for its approach on deactivating Mycotoxins at the TROPNUTRICON CONFERENCE in India. The four-day international conference on animal nutrition in tropics, “TROPNUT...
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Biomin
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News published on September 17, 2007:

World Mycotoxin Journal: a not-to-be-missed research journal

Wageningen Academic Publishers in co-operation with Bastiaanse Communication and the World Mycotoxin Forum have published a new peer-reviewed scientific journal named ‘World Mycotoxin Journal’.The new journal i...
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Wageningen Academic Publishers
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News published on September 12, 2007:

UK - Mycotoxin Hazard on Crops Storage

Poor storage continues to be potentially a weak link for quality in the cereal supply chain. However a new £1.3 million LINK project, funded jointly by Defra and industry, is aiming to find solutions to current...
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Farmers Guardian
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News published on August 30, 2007:

Alltech Settles Patent Infringement Lawsuit

Knobbe Martens announced today that its client, global animal nutrition company Alltech, Inc., of Lexington, Kentucky, has settled its patent infringement lawsuit against Cenzone Tech, Inc. and its founder Jung...
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Alltech Inc.
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News published on July 20, 2007:

UK - DON levels likely to be low

DON mycotoxin contamination of grain is likely to be low this year, although toxin levels could be higher where wheat has lodged early and if bad weather delays harvest. Over 90 per cent of the 300 samples coll...
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Farmers Guardian
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News published on June 19, 2007:

Biomin World Nutrition Forum - Mycotoxins: The feed is the variable

Feed is the most versatile variable in animal production, yet it is one of the most vulnerable to contamination. In the battle against mycotoxin-induced productivity losses, the feed really is the variable.In h...
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Biomin
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News published on June 12, 2007:

UK - HGCA has released new guidelines on mycotoxins

HGCA has published new guidelines to minimise the risk of mycotoxins in cereals. “The guidelines are designed to help growers identity the risk factors and the appropriate agronomy which can minimise risk o...
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Home-Grown Cereals Authority
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