Indian experts help Bangladesh seed analysts and seed pathologists maintain good quality seed.
Chile Pepper Institute alumni collaborate on Pepper Yellow Leaf Curl Disease for WorldVeg
Farmers in Jharkhand, India are happy to take delivery of a package of improved vegetable production practices.
WorldVeg showcased validated technologies at a major agricultural forum, attracting the interest of farmers and potential partners for future collaboration.
Farmers in Kenya are ready to help select improved amaranth cultivars.
The new African Vegetable Breeding Consortium (AVBC) held its first workshop on 11-12 March 2019 at the World Vegetable Center Eastern and Southern Africa office in Arusha, Tanzania.
More than 70 researchers from around the world gathered at World Vegetable Center headquarters in Shanhua, Taiwan from 4-8 March 2019 to participate in the 8th International Conference on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, organized in conjunction with Cornell University.
Improved vegetable varieties developed by Taiwan seed companies and trialed in Thailand can invigorate the seed industry in Southeast Asia.
Board members toured the regional office campus and learned first-hand about initiatives to develop solar dryers for vegetables, innovations in below-ground grafting chambers, and vegetable business hubs to engage young people in horticultural production.
Long-term strategic donor the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research recently renewed its commitment to the mission and research of WorldVeg.