Amaranth amazes on World Food Day
WorldVeg partner Ruth Minja discusses […]
UNLEASHING THE ECONOMIC POWER OF VEGETABLES IN AFRICA
Providing quality seed of improved varieties is the […]
Nutritious and easy to grow, amaranth is a healthy and profitable crop for small-scale farmers.
The World Vegetable Center (WorldVeg) is pleased to announce it has received two grants from Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) to support vegetable research and development activities in Tanzania and Kenya.
Residents of Tasani, Chaani Kubwa and Fuoni villages sampled some tasty dishes prepared with traditional vegetables during three field days and cook shows held from 19-26 October 2017 as part of the Home Garden Scaling Project.
Can a cultivar valued for its high yields of tasty leaves also be a good seed producer? --MORE--
This adventurous farmer tried a new planting technique and is reaping the benefits of her field trial.
Amaranth and other traditional vegetables fund studies for an industrious farmer.