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The 16-year partnership between the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and the Rural Development Administration (RDA) of South Korea has made a real-world impact through the transfer of knowledge and skills. One of the farmers Ms. Jayaweera worked with, E.W.Chaminda Ekanayaka, as he uses new machinery...

The rice varietal cafeteria provides a space where farmers and other stakeholders interact, discuss, give feedback, learn, and decide on their varietal...

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...

The adoption of stress-tolerant rice varieties in 22 districts in Nepal is leading the way to sustainable rice production and food security in the country....

Rice straw is perceived to have little or no commercial value. But, in Vietnam, where rice straw is turning into a lucrative business, the possibilities...

(Photo by Brian Evans ) Singapore hosts stakeholders in the rice industry—researchers, producers, traders, regulators, and policymakers—to foster...

The rice industry stakeholders in Myanmar continue to develop solutions for sustaining agricultural development, and the continuous support of IRRI and...

Developing new climate-resilient rice varieties and technologies is simply not enough to mitigate the impact of climate change on rice production and increase...

A decade of research demonstrates that “citizen science” has a major role to play in curbing ecosystem threats to the Ganges and Mekong River deltas....

Climate change-ready rice varieties are a milestone in doubling the income of Indian farmers. ...