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It started with five seed minikits in 2013. Today, more than 75% of the farmers in Katindol Village are growing Swarna-Sub1. ...

With her crop surviving nearly two weeks of submergence and recovering from an intense flood,  Mrs. Devi had every reason to smile and be proud of her...

Is it possible to sequester carbon in rice soils while reducing greenhouse gas emissions? What are the trade-offs and synergies between soil organic carbon...

Soil has an immense potential in reducing the concentration of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere by storing it. IRRI-OUAT collaborative project on climate-smart...

Sustainable soil management is an integral part of sustainable land management as well as a basis for addressing poverty eradication, agricultural and...

IRRI has worked in Burundi since 2008 to enhance national capacity in breeding and research on rice and rice-based systems in the country. These will amplify...

The Northwest Focal Area Network (FAN)-Bangladesh was a recipient of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition 2018 award during the Global Climate Summit held...

Irrigated rice production in East Africa is projected to increase slightly due to CO2 fertilization and less cold stress opening new opportunities for...

As climate patterns become more unpredictable, rice farmers are relying on a modern way of to forecast the monsoon rains. ...

Rice farmers,  researchers, and government extension workers have taken steps to solve the perennial need for quality rice seeds in Laos. ...