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Posted 30 Jan 2024 in Crop Production and Protection

Exploring the Marvels of Soil Microorganisms & Mycorrhizae

In the often-overlooked realm of soil lies a bustling ecosystem teeming with microorganisms, where a mere teaspoon of soil houses more life than the entire human population on Earth. This intricate world is vital in maintaining soil...

Posted 24 Jan 2024 in Industrial

Shipping Disruptions: Impact of Houthi Rebel Attacks on Global Supply Chains

Global shipping costs are rising due to Houthi rebel attacks on cargo ships near the Red Sea, impacting the Suez Canal and supply chains in Europe and the U.S. Shipments are delayed, and transportation costs are increasing. In the week...

Posted 30 Nov 2023 in Animal Nutrition

Glucose oxidase application in poultry production

Chicken gut health is crucial in antibiotics-free period. Some alternatives such as probiotics, postbiotics, prebiotics, bile acids, antimicrobial peptides, essential oils, and vaccinations have been gradually accepted in poultry...

Posted 27 Oct 2023 in Crop Production and Protection

Redox Launches AMIBOOST®Amino Acid Stress-Resistant Superhero

In the world of agriculture, the battle for survival against nature’s forces is relentless. Factors such as light deficiency, water scarcity, pests, diseases, salinity, wind, and phytotoxicity continually challenge the resilience of...

Posted 20 Oct 2023 in Crop Production and Protection

Soil Microorganisms: Nature’s Fertility Agents

Soil is a biological wonderland teeming with microorganisms. There are more microorganisms in a single teaspoon of soil than people on Earth. Each kilogram of fertile soil can host an astonishing 500 billion bacteria (roughly 100 times the...

Posted 11 Oct 2023 in Expertise

Healthier Free-Range Eggs: A Natural Boost

It is well known that free range layer chickens’ welfare has been improved. However, the free-range system also provides harsher environments for layer hens to expose to parasites and bacterial challenges. Simultaneously, antibiotics...

Posted 5 Oct 2023 in Animal Nutrition

Exploring Alternative Sweeteners in Dog Food

Currently most dogs are fed highly processed food that is quite different from canine ancestral diets. Sweeteners are quite often included in processed dog food to mask unpleasant taste or enhance the acceptance of the food.  In the...

Posted 26 Sep 2023 in Animal Nutrition

L-Arginine application in reduced protein diets

It is well known that reduced protein diets in broiler chickens could lessen nitrogen excretion and environmental pollution. However, the successful strategy for broiler chicken production fed on reduced protein diets largely depends on...

Posted 8 Sep 2023 in Animal Nutrition

Taurine supplementation in aquatic feeds

Taurine is a β-amino acid containing a sulfonate instead of a carboxylic group in α-amino acids. It is vital for organ development and aging but not for protein synthesis. Taurine is needed for membrane stabilization, has cytoprotective...