How a versatile legume captured the attention of more than 200 farmers in Punjab.
The International Vegetable Training Course, now in its 33rd year, immerses participants in all aspects of vegetable production.
The proof is in the tasting! Participants in Cook Show 2014 discover traditional vegetables add diversity to meals and nutrition to the diet.
A field trip to vegetable production sites in Taiwan brings together AVRDC researchers and their counterparts from Taiwan's Council of Agriculture.
A three-day field trip to the vegetable production district of Lushoto, Tanzania proved to be a real-eye opener for young agricultural entrepreneurs.
In a journey that covered the length and breadth of India, the review team took a closer look at AVRDC's research and development activities.
By putting the needs of consumers and customers first, growers produce what they can sell, rather selling what they have produced.
AVRDC Director General Dyno Keatinge is encouraging Australian audiences to "give traditional vegetables a go" during interviews with ABC Radio at the International Horticultural Congress in Brisbane, 17-22 August 2014.
The spotlight is on moringa, amaranth, roselle, African eggplant and other traditional vegetables during the First International Symposium on Indigenous Vegetables at the 29th International Horticultural Congress in Brisbane, August 17-22, 2014.