Molecular farming, also known as plant-made pharmaceuticals (PMPs) or pharming, is a technology that involves using plants to produce pharmaceuticals, industrial products, and other substances. This approach has the potential to be a more sustainable and cost-effective alternative to traditional methods of producing these products, which often rely on chemical synthesis or animal-based production. In molecular farming, plants are genetically modified to produce a desired protein or other substance. These plants can then be harvested, and the desired product can … Continue reading “Molecular Farming Potential to Be Disruptive in the Alternative Protein Landscape”
Australian Farming Land Values Grow 7%
In Australia the median price of farmland grew 7.1 per cent nationally over last financial year with gains South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and NSW. Values fell in Queensland, Western Austalia and the Northern Territory the Rural Bank said.
Farming Without People
The Hands Free Hectare (HFHa) project at Harper Adams University, the first in the world to plant, tend and harvest a crop with only drones and autonomous vehicles, has come to an end after a successful harvest. Next step is to take over low skilled workers jobs.