Abstract Sesame Utilization in China: New Archaeobotanical Evidence from Xinjiang. A cache of sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) seeds, discovered in the Thousand Buddha Grottoes at Boziklik, Turpan, China, dating to ca.
CGIAR’s Generation Challenge Programme is mounting a reasonably effective information blitzkrieg, and chickpeas are the shock troops, with blog posts and videos their weapons of choice. A minor triumph is in the offing on the social networking front.
Being able to map African farm management systems by gender would produce a valuable policy tool, but the complexities of data collection still need to be addressed, researchers from the International Water Management Institute have revealed.
More cartographic busy-ness from IFPRI. They’re mapping cropland, and need your help to validate the results. That’s because the available maps sometimes disagree. And I’m not even entirely sure they’ve looked at all the maps that are out there.
In December, over 60 forestry specialists from 12 Asian countries shared experiences and information on conservation of several valuable and threatened forest tree species at the Multinational and Transboundary Conservation of Valuable and...
The Genetic Resources Policy blog, initiated in February 2012, features a new project supporting implementation of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture in a number of countries.
Bob Ziegler, DG of IRRI, explains why the world needs biofortified staples: Take the example of rice, the staple food for more than half of the world’s population – including more than half a billion of the world’s poorest in Asia.
We’ve been asked to contribute an agricultural perspective to the Biodiversity Informatics Whitepaper, a document …that is intended to inform funding organisations about the priorities as perceived by practitioners in the field.
Hindu Business LineCall for value-addition in coconut through farm level processingHindu Business LineHe pointed out that Central Plantation Crops Research Institute has 401 genotypes in their gene bank which can be used to develop the sector...
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