At AVRDC's headquarters campus, visitors got a taste of vegetable research in action.
A delegation from AVRDC visited the schools selected to participate in the Vegetables Go to School project.
From surveys of vegetable farmers in Ghana to new variety releases in Central Asia, a report on AVRDC's activities to promote vegetable production and consumption worldwide.
A survey of commercial farmers, home and community gardeners, consumers, and markets will link locations and activities to illuminate vegetable consumption patterns in Bangkok.
A collaboration with the Center for Assistance to Sustainable Development (CASD) is yielding promising returns. Agwbawan Chalote learned new skills to increase vegetable harvests -- and her income.
Is there a place for a protein-rich legume with a short growing season in Pakistan’s rice-wheat cropping system?
Can school vegetable gardens improve the diets and health of children in developing countries? A new project to establish pilot school gardens in Asia and Africa may provide the answer.
The food supply in Douentza is set to increase with seed of nutritious African eggplant, okra, amaranth and roselle.
Register today to learn technical, scientific and managerial skills for sustainable vegetable production with AVRDC - The World Vegetable Center.