Some insects like eating vegetables, but most consumers don’t like to share theirs. Protecting vegetable crops from insect pests remains a huge challenge for farmers; many often over-apply chemical pesticides to reduce the risk of crop loss and deliver unblemished produce to the market.
WorldVeg wrapped the year and looked ahead during the 2018 Global R & D Week
SEARCA and WorldVeg will be able to access each other’s networks, develop joint research programs, organize roundtable conferences, and more.
The facility is Nigeria’s first, but surely will not be the last thanks to the IFDC/2SCALE project.
World Vegetable Center activities in Eastern and Southern Africa attracted the attention of a group of regional legislators, who were delighted to discover the many benefits of vegetable production for their constituents and the local economy.
In 2019, the country will establish 2,300 school gardens in 33 provinces to teach children about the importance of nutrition and healthy diets.
Human health and the health of our planet must be at the center of how we produce and consume food. A special side event at the 2018 World Food Prize Borlaug International Symposium mapped a way forward.
Eighth International Conference on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests
Organized by the World Vegetable Center in association with Cornell University (USA), the workshop will be held March 4-8, 2019 in Shanhua, Tainan, Taiwan. About 100 – 150 researchers worldwide are expected to participate and present research papers.
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.