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- Geese on a learning curve Setting up special geese reception areas seems like a brilliantly simple idea. The birds can spend time there undisturbed and forage for food without being troubled by farmers.
- Termites travel with fungi as take-away food Fungi travelled to Madagascar in the intestines of termites. Fungus serves as a source of food and helps in cellulose conversion.
- Earlier silaging improves milk quality Dairy farmers should silage their grass and maize earlier to raise the quality of milk produced, according to Nazir Khan, who has correlated the levels of healthy unsaturated fatty...
- Fungus is sting of death for malaria mosquito Mosquitoes don't develop resistance to the deadly fungus. Infected mosquitoes are more susceptible to insecticides. - Field tests in preparation
- Aquaculture under one umbrella The groups Aquaculture and fisheries (Wageningen University) and Aquaculture (Imares) are going to collaborate closely under the umbrella Wageningen Aquaculture. They hope this wil...
- Joint research on mobile chicken run A Wageningen university student and a VHL student have done research together on the pros and cons of a mobile chicken run designed to get the hens scavenging for their own food.
- Farmed sole reproduces after harsh winter For the first time, farmed sole has managed to reproduce, bringing commercial sole farming one step closer.
- Wind park construction bothers porpoises Four out of ten porpoises are affected by noise pollution from the drilling.
- Baby sole born in breeding pond Farmed sole that has grown up in captivity can reproduce naturally, Wageningen UR researchers noticed in Zeeland this summer.
- English copy of Regenwormen produceren veel broeikasgassen rainworms