Policy to encourage alternative crops for wheat farmers in South Asia a short-term solution at best, say CIMMYT researchers
Joint team recognized for their work on rice residue management using the Super Straw Management System, or Super SMS.
Researchers use the Photovoice methodology to better understand weed management practices.
Bibi has been able to expand her farm and now cultivates wheat, rice and jute.
Over 230,000 farmers have adopted sustainable intensification technologies and the project has helped nurture future scientists.
Brown’s studies allowed him to develop novel mixed methods and participatory impact pathways to promote new farming practices, such as conservation agriculture, to smallholder farmers in Africa.
An increasing number of youth across eastern and southern Africa are creating a stable living as entrepreneurs in agricultural mechanization service provision.
Workshop participants learned how to use the latest in technology to identify and keep track of the deadly Wheat Blast disease.
After eight years the Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume Cropping Systems for Food Security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA) project concludes this June.
Harinder Sidhu, Australian High Commissioner to India, visits Borlaug Institute for South Asia and climate-smart village.
This November, the work of the SRFSI project was marked with notable recognition by the Australian Government with a visit from the Australian High Commissioner to India, Harinder Sidhu.