stories from the March 2017 issue of FRESH

University of Queensland nematode researchers visit WorldVeg South Asia

Rebecca Zwart, Senior Research Fellow (Crop Nemotology) and five members from the Nematology Group, University of Southern Queensland, Australia visited WorldVeg South Asia on 1 February 2017 to learn about the Center's work in screening mungbean lines for resistance to root-lesion nematodes.

2017-03-10T08:21:57+00:00March 10th, 2017|Categories: 2017 FRESH archive, FRESH, MAR2017, PHOTO OP, South Asia|Tags: |

Hands-on grafting workshop in Thailand

The Horticulture Innovation Lab, Kasetsart University, and WorldVeg East and Southeast Asia in Thailand hosted a vegetable grafting workshop on 22-23 February 2017 for 30 participants from the private seed and nursery sector from Thailand, Cambodia, India, and Lao PDR. --MORE--

2017-03-10T08:10:57+00:00March 10th, 2017|Categories: 2017 FRESH archive, Articles, East and Southeast Asia, FRESH, Latest News, MAR2017|Tags: , |

Farm Radio International in Arusha

Farm Radio International (FRI) organized its first study tour to Tanzania this month and as part of the tour, a team of 15 participants led by Executive Director Kevin Perkins and Country Director Japhet Sarakikya, visited WorldVeg Eastern and Southern Africa to discuss current joint activities with WorldVeg and to plan future collaborations.

2017-03-10T07:12:42+00:00March 10th, 2017|Categories: 2017 FRESH archive, FRESH, MAR2017, PHOTO OP|Tags: |