Representatives from Taiwan's seed companies, universities and research institutes exchanged perspectives and progress in breeding research.
Amazing things happen when private seed companies interact with public sector scientists to expand research horizons and explore joint opportunities for growth.
Researchers studying diseases of the world’s most beloved fruit vegetable meet to grapple with climate change as a driving force affecting production of this popular crop.
WorldVeg opens a new chapter in relations with a partner that’s been on board from the very beginning.
A field day highlights a package of production methods to increase the yield and quality of one of India’s favorite vegetables.
Changing farmers' mindsets from “Selling what I produce” to “Producing what I can sell” can double incomes and improve livelihoods in India.
A World Vegetable Center delegation—Board member Lindiwe Sibanda, Director General Marco Wopereis, and Flagship Leader Healthy Diets and Officer-in-Charge for WorldVeg’s Regional Center for Eastern and Southern Africa Ralph Roothaert—visited Dodoma, Tanzania from 11-12 April 2019. On the 11th, the delegation met with the Director General of the Tanzanian Agricultural Research Institute (TARI), Dr. Geoffrey Mkamilo, and staff at TARI headquarters in Dodoma to discuss opportunities for enhanced collaboration. On the 12th, the delegation met with the Minister for Agriculture of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Japhet N. Hasunga, and the Permanent Secretary for Agriculture, Eng. Mathew J. Mtigumwe.
Revisiting World Vegetable Center activities in Central Asia and the Caucasus will help determine the reach and impact of improved varieties released by countries across the region.
Making neem slurry