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The efforts of GHUs in thoroughly testing germplasm accessions for known pests, before their release for international transfer, have averted the inadvertent spread of quarantine pests. This is of great significance, as most CGIAR centers operate in countries where some of the most dreaded pests are prevalent...

This toolkit was developed to support mixed methods research to explore how gender dynamics is constitutive of male migration, in the context of eastern...

These channels are central to the success of introduction of innovations such as improved varieties, machinery, and other agricultural practices. Therefore,...

Our analysis suggests that farmers are better off selling their rice if they sell it in the area where there is direct competition between marketing...

The review’s findings point to the importance of rethinking the boundaries and assumptions of scaling theory of change for alternate wetting and drying;...

The demand for improved packaging, branding, and labeling of rice is expected to rise in Asia. Because of rapid income growth in Asia, consumers are increasingly...

Maintaining and expanding NERICA’s market share will require breeders to incorporate trait mixes that reconcile agronomic gains and consumer preferences...

Agricultural diversity can be beneficial for environmental health, resilience, and food production. Biodiverse cropping systems can suppress pests more...

Ensuring food security amidst the increasing population requires a pest surveillance system for staple food. Regularly collected pest surveillance data...

Global chronic hunger has declined faster than hidden hunger thanks to large-scale food security programs around the world. This is a testament to the...