Seedlings grow best in a well-prepared planting medium (in Khmer).
The World Vegetable Center’s East and Southeast Asia regional team set up a colorful and informative exhibit to guide fair visitors through the wonderful world of vegetables.
Through his work with the VINESA project, Joshua Elisa Palangyo, a young farmer in Tanzania, produces beautiful sweet peppers -- and the pepper seed, so other farmers can join in his success.
A young farmer in Tanzania participating in the VINESA project talks about his experiences with contract farming for vegetables.
Water is a precious resource. This Tanzanian home gardener uses it to grow nutritious vegetables to feed her family.
With some bricks and a little sand, vegetables can be kept cool without refrigeration.
This video demonstrates how to make wet compost, or compost tea, to use as fertilizer in your home garden (in Khmer).
This video shows how to determine if your compost is ready to use in the garden (in Khmer).
This video demonstrates how to set up a dry compost heap for home gardens in Cambodia (in Khmer).
This video demonstrates how to set up a 6 x 6 meter home vegetable garden in Cambodia (in Khmer).