The tractor-mounted reaper saves farmers time and money and offers new sources of income.
The introduction of mung bean has transformed rice-wheat food systems in Nepal and has been one of the major successes of the Agronomy and Seed Scaling project.
Source: Dhaka Tribune (22 Apr 2020)
CGIAR centers recommended Bangladesh to ensure transportation of food and the flow of crucial inputs to farmers through market systems.
Scientists use spatial price prediction models to estimate local prices that might be more relevant than the national average.
CSISA publishes policy and research note on how to develop balanced nutrient management innovations in the region.
Experts are developing data and dashboards to advise policymakers about the cost and feasibility of liming to increase maize productivity.
Genome editing, gene drives, and synthetic biology: Will they contribute to disease-resistant crops, and who will benefit?
New paper outlines potential uses of genetic engineering technologies to address problems that affect resource-poor farmers and consumers.
The small hand-operated device, which ensures the even distribution of fertilizer, could support food production, nutrition, and even the incorporation of women to farming.
In Bangladesh, a newly available device takes the hassle out of starting the engine of two-wheel tractors, particularly for women entrepreneurs.
Knowledge share fair highlights CGIAR contributions to the Ethiopian agriculture sector.
How sustainable agriculture is helping mitigate air pollution in South Asia.
Experts discussed the status of the outbreak, the role of research and applicable measures.
A series of infographics shows farmers in Bangladesh the threat of fall armyworm, how to identify it in the fields and what to do in case of damage.
Self-help groups in Bihar are putting thousands of rural women in touch with agricultural innovations, benefiting households and the environment.