Researchers are using data and tools to produce information that can help farmers, research institutions and governments take better decisions on agronomic practices and investments.
Reaching even the most remote corners of Africa, agrodealers give farmers access to agricultural inputs and services.
Self-help groups in Bihar are putting thousands of rural women in touch with agricultural innovations, benefiting households and the environment.
These technologies, known as high-throughput phenotyping platforms, replace lengthy paper-based visual observations of crop trials.
CIMMYT sociologist believes there is one vital resource that remains untapped to increase food security and boost livelihoods.
This year the group harvested more than 3,300 kg from seven acres of land.
Farmers are reaping the benefits of SAWA hybrid, an improved maize seed variety designed to withstand drought conditions.