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Assam officials visit WorldVeg activities in Odisha, India

In mid-2016, the World Bank approached the World Vegetable Center with a request to introduce improved vegetable production technologies in Assam. WorldVeg developed a project proposal “Assam Agribusiness and Rural Transformation" (APART) and presented it to Assam Rural Infrastructure and Agriculture Services (ARIAS), an agency under the government of Assam. To better understand the Center’s work, ARIAS members toured WorldVeg project locations in Odisha from 21-22 March 2017. -- MORE --

2017-04-25T09:21:51+00:00April 24th, 2017|Categories: APR2017, Articles, South Asia|Tags: , , |

Mungbean Production under a Changing Climate – Insights from Growth Physiology

The World Vegetable Center South Asia is exploring physiology based screening approaches for identifying elite mungbean accessions for high temperature tolerance under field and controlled growth conditions. Promising selections have been subjected to elevated CO2 environments to determine their physiological responses, growth and yield abilities to help select lines with greater adaptability to the likely climates of the future.

2017-03-13T03:33:52+00:00March 13th, 2017|Categories: Recent Research|Tags: |

Pulse progress

On behalf of the World Vegetable Center, Legume Breeder Ram Nair signed a memorandum of agreement between the Center and the Government of Odisha, India on 23 July 2016 in Bhubaneswar, Odisha to support the project “Improving mungbean and urdbean productivity in Odisha state.” P. K. Meherda, Commissioner cum Director, Directorate of Agriculture and Food Production, Government of Odisha, signed for Odisha.

2016-10-22T04:50:23+00:00August 2nd, 2016|Categories: In Brief, South Asia|Tags: , , |

Single nucleotide polymorphism markers associated with resistance to bruchids

Callosobruchus sp. infect mungbean (Vigna radiata) at low levels in the field, multiply during grain storage and can destroy seed stocks in a few months. Resistance against bruchid beetles has been found in wild mungbean V. radiata var. sublobata TC1966 and in cultivated mungbean line V2802.

2016-10-22T04:50:25+00:00July 18th, 2016|Categories: Headquarters, Recent Research|Tags: , , , |