Forty-four farmers including 20 women from Phaxang, Nadao, Phatang and Soksay villages gathered at Phaxang village in Kasi district of Vientiane Province, Lao PDR on 6 December 2016 to see the effectiveness of integrated pest management (IPM) strategies based on biopesticides on yard-long bean and vegetable brassicas. -- MORE --
Fifteen young people from the ,b>Mali Agribusiness Incubation Hub (MAIH) participated in a one-day training session on vegetable production and marketing at Samanko Research Station, WorldVeg West and Central Africa / Dry Regions, Bamako, Mali.
This study quantifies the impact and cost-effectiveness of training poor rural women in Bangladesh in home gardening and nutrition. We find that the intervention significantly (p < 0.01) increased vegetable production (+16.5 g/person/day), vegetable consumption and the micronutrient supply from the garden.
Grafting peppers can minimize problems caused by flooding and soil-borne diseases. Learn this simple yet effective technique to improve your pepper harvest.
Schreinemachers P, Wu MH, Uddin Md.N, Ahmad S, Hanson P. 2016. Farmer training in off-season vegetables: Effects on income and pesticide use in Bangladesh. FOOD POLICY, 61:132-140.
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A workshop to discuss value chains and best practices to reduce postharvest losses.
Value chain training picks up the pace in vegetable hubs Learning to produce what will sell is […]