Training adults to ensure children get a healthy start in life.
Four generations of pumpkin producers in Myanmar hold the diversity needed to improve this valuable crop now and into the future.
Researchers, farmers and other stakeholders recognize that Africa's diverse climatic zones can be production powerhouses for indigenous vegetable crops such as amaranth.
Pesticide misuse is a widespread problem in vegetable production systems in Southeast Asia. Studies from the World Vegetable Center show the extent of the problem, identify drivers, and point at possible solutions.
Mark your calendar for 22 January 2020 to get a look at some of the best pumpkin lines on the planet!
The World Vegetable Center will open its headquarters campus to the public on Saturday, 7 December 2019. Mark your calendar and tell your neighbors and friends!
Remarks presented by World Vegetable Center Director General Marco Wopereis during the 2019 World Food Prize Borlaug International Symposium, 16 October 2019, Des Moines, Iowa USA.
Agriculture is vital to the Central Asian country's economy; knowledge dissemination strengthens farmers' capacity to manage pests, risks, and crops.
Vegetables to enrich food with vital nutrients for infants and young children.
A group of young plant pathologists attended a two-week training course at WorldVeg headquarters to immerse themselves in best practices for sample collection and pest and disease diagnosis.