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The review’s findings point to the importance of rethinking the boundaries and assumptions of scaling theory of change for alternate wetting and drying; this requires proper consideration of the institutional and irrigation systems. There is a scaling gap in understanding and learning the contexts in which...

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...

In the Sarangani upland communities, the vital role of rice landraces in ensuring household food security and survival of the tribal families is undeniable. Such...

The COVID-19 pandemic had struck at a time when the agrifood system was facing a healthy outlook, implying that the recurrence of a world food crisis is...

Planetary health diets are seen as the core vehicle for attaining the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement by 2050....

For digital agriculture to deliver on its promise of increasing farmers’ yields and incomes, it is critical to design interventions that consider the...