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Embrapa publishes science and technology in online events during Cotton Week

Embrapa publishes science and technology in online events during Cotton Week

From 04 to 08 the Campina Grande Research Center implements and participates in life, lectures and public hearings on cotton cultivation, Embraba Algudao, whose research center is located in Campina Grande (PB), this week is carrying out a series of activities related to the world Cotton Day (October 7 ). There will be life, aimed primarily at a student audience, and lectures and a public hearing promoted by the Legislative Assembly of Paraíba. The program begins on the fourth, via a webcast of Embrapa & School, with the topic “Agro-ecological Cotton in Revenue Agro-Food Consortiums in the Semiarid District”, with a lecture by analyst Felipe Macêdo, starting at 4 p.m., which may be assisted by you via this link. On the 5th of October, at 2 p.m., at the initiative of Representatives Rubens Germano Costa (PSB), better known as Boba Germano, and Melchior Batista (Chio), of the Sustainability Network, the Paraíba Association held a public hearing for the Committee on Development, Tourism and Environment. The event will be broadcast on channel 8.2 of Open TV in João Pessoa and on the Youtube channel. On the same day, from 4:30 pm, the Embrapa School will be held live, under the theme “The Importance of Colored Cotton for the State of Paraíba – Da Sustainable Fashion Production”, with a lecture by technician Glebson Dionisio. The transmission can be continued at this link The program ends with a live broadcast on “The Importance of Cotton for Brazilian Agriculture”, with a lecture by the President of Embrapa Algodão, Alderi Emídio Araújo, from 3 pm, also broadcast on Youtube World Cotton Day arose after the formulation of a group of cotton-producing countries in West Africa at the United Nations (Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad and Mali). The Cotton-4 project, whose first phase was completed in 2013, having subsequently included Togo, was the first regional cotton initiative developed by the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC) in partnership with Embrapa. Part of cotton fertilization in Mali | Photo: Arquivo Embrapa Algodão Sustainable Development Cotton Week joins the initiatives of the state-owned Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) in programming the 18th National Science and Technology Week (SNCT), which began on the second and will run until October 8, across the country. Embrapa will be promoting eight people on her YouTube channel about contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The idea is to show how Embrapa contributes to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in each region of the country. Life will target high school students. The recordings will be available on the Embrapa Channel and can be used at any time as a means of publicity for the Embrapa & Escola programme. This year the overall theme of SNCT is “The Intersection of Science, Technology, and Innovations for the Planet”. The 2030 Agenda includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets. Therefore, Embrapa chose the Sustainable Development Goals as the theme for SNCT’s programming. On Tuesday, the fifth, from 9 a.m., the discussion will revolve around how Embrapa can contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in the Northeast. The speakers will be José de Stefano (Embrapa Algodao), Eden Fernandez (Embrapa goat and sheep), and Soria Albuquerque (Embrapa Casava and Fruticultura). This week’s Radio Embrapa Radio, Prosa Rural, talks about a new agricultural application for growing organic cotton: a flame-determining device for seed identification. The machine is capable of removing the core from cotton seeds by twisting and can process up to two tons, using a single cooking gas canister, as well as avoiding the use of chemical products, which are commonly used in the traditional splitting process. Researchers Odilon Reny and Marenilson Batista and analyst Waltemilton Cartaxo from the team that developed the new app in Embrapa Algodão are participating in the program.

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Between 04 and 08, the Research Center of Campina Grande leads

Participates in life, lectures and public hearings about cotton cultivation

a Embraba cotton, whose research center is located in Campina Grande (BP), this week is carrying out a series of activities related to World Cotton Day (October 7). There will be life, aimed primarily at a student audience, and lectures and a public hearing promoted by the Legislative Assembly of Paraíba.

The program begins on the 4th of the month, with a webcast of Embrapa & School, under the title “Agro-ecological Cotton in Revenue Agro-Food Consortiums in the Semaride District”, with a lecture by analyst Felipe Macdow, starting at 4 p.m., which can help from during this Link.

On the 5th of October, at 2 p.m., at the initiative of Representatives Rubens Germano Costa (PSB), better known as Boba Germano, and Melchior Batista (Chio), of the Sustainability Network, the Paraíba Association held a public hearing for the Committee on Development, Tourism and Environment. The event will be broadcast on channel 8.2 of Open TV in Joao Pessoa and by YouTube channel

On the same day, at 4:30 p.m., another Embrapa School will be live, titled “The Importance of Colored Cotton for the State of Paraíba – From Production to Sustainable Fashion,” with a lecture by technician Glebson Dionisio. The transmission may be accompanied by on this link

The table ends in . He lives On “The Importance of Cotton for Brazilian Agriculture”, with a lecture by the President of Embrapa Algodão, Alderi Emídio Araújo, starting at 3 pm, was also broadcast on Youtube

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World Cotton Day came after a group of West African cotton producing countries joined the United Nations (Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad and Mali). The Cotton-4 project, whose first phase was completed in 2013, having subsequently included Togo, was the first regional cotton initiative developed by the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC) in partnership with Embrapa.

Part of cotton fertilization in Mali | Photo: Embraba Cotton Archive

Sustainable development

Cotton Week joins the initiatives of the state-owned Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) in programming the 18th National Science and Technology Week (SNCT), which began on the second and runs until the eighth of October, via Embrapa will promote eight people on its YouTube channel about contributions to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The idea is to show how Embrapa contributes to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in each region of the country. Life will target high school students. The recordings will be available on the Embrapa Channel and can be used at any time as a means of publicity for the Embrapa & Escola programme.

This year the overall theme of SNCT is “The Intersection of Science, Technology, and Innovations for the Planet”. The 2030 Agenda includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets. Therefore, Embrapa chose the Sustainable Development Goals as the theme for SNCT’s programming.

On Tuesday, the fifth, from 9 a.m., the discussion will revolve around how Embrapa can contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in the Northeast. The speakers will be José de Stefano (Embrapa Algodao), Eden Fernandez (Embrapa goat and sheep), and Soria Albuquerque (Embrapa Casava and Fruticultura). Send link is This is amazing

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This week, Embrapa Radio, rustic prose, talks about a new agricultural application for growing organic cotton: the seed cutting bladder.

The machine is able to remove the core from cotton seeds by twisting and can process up to two tons, using only one cylinder of cooking gas, as well as avoiding the use of chemical products, which are commonly used in the traditional rinsing process.

Researchers Odilon Reny and Marenilson Batista and analyst Waltemilton Cartaxo from the team that developed the new app are participating in the program. Cotton Embraba.

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