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Farmers, extension professionals, the private sector, and other stakeholders are uniquely impacted by agricultural innovation. The following are accounts of their experiences in implementing mechanized seeders in the field, applying IPM, and lessons learned along the pathway toward sustainability. Mr. Sokunroth...

Dr. Saxena conceptualized the relevance of botanical pest control for pest management in developing countries. To reduce the use of toxic chemical pesticides,...

I think it is very important to promote and better communicate what science means, how scientists are trying to preserve our wonderful world, and that...

As the first female scientist at Africa Rice Center, Marie-Noelle Ndjiondjop distinguished herself by becoming the “driving force behind molecular biology...

“I think women are trained to be good planners, well-organized, more hands-on, and multi-taskers like what they are doing at home. These skills enable...

Photo: IRRI . Every year, on 11 February, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and UN Women in collaboration with...

As breeders continue to search for ways to improve crop varieties to enable farmers to sustainably produce more grains and contribute to global food security,...

Closing Rice Yield Gaps in Asia with Reduced Environmental Footprint (CORIGAP) tackled many serious challenges to agriculture by conducting adaptive research...

Colin McEwen Piggin leaves a remarkable legacy of contributions to smallholder farmers and rural communities in developing countries worldwide as well...

A medical doctor who is also a farmer not only adopted the laser land leveling technology but piloted a service provision model for it—a first of...