Taiwan's National Cheng Kung University and the World Vegetable Center are ready to work together to engage students in bioscience research to improve lives and livelihoods worldwide.
Australian visitors in South Asia.
Mungbean research activities are underway in Africa. This nutritious short-season legume fits well into cereal crop rotations and can help revitalize depleted soils.
Multiplying seed of Luffa acutangula and Luffa cylindrica
New onion warehouse tested in Mali
Raising hybrid seedlings is expensive; to be profitable, a nursery owner must convert every seed into a healthy seedling. Tomato producers in Madanapalle are adopting best nursery practices promoted by WorldVeg.
Bubble dryers use solar radiation and ambient air to dry mungbean.
The WorldVeg Best Practice Hub (BPH) in Madiira Farm, Tanzania trained a new group of farmers to take on the challenges of finding and meeting local market demand for fresh produce.
Mungbean research collaboration across Asia was recently strengthened by the visit of two high-level delegations from China and Vietnam to WorldVeg South Asia in Hyderabad
An impressive array of bitter gourd diversity is ready to expand the narrow genetic base of this valuable cucurbit crop in Asia.