Blog

A Homecoming for Rice

AfricaRice will open its new genebank later this year, in Mbe, Cote d’Ivoire, more than a decade after the center re-located to Benin during a civil war. But first, all its rice had to be sent back to Cote d’Ivoire after being stored in Benin and Nigeria.

The Crop Trust’s Neil Palmer traveled to Cote d’Ivoire to welcome the seeds back home and meet with AfricaRice’s Genebank Manager Marie-Noelle Ndjiondjop.

View Full Article

News

Filter by
  • News
  • Social
Blog

Using crop diversity to fight hidden hunger

Read More
In the News

Pandemics aren’t limited to people

Read More
In the News

A vault for seeds

Read More
Blog

Why an equitable food system depends on diversity

Read More
Science Blog

Big, dynamic, and complicated: Celebrating International Day for Biological Diversity

Read More
Blog

Cowpea: A tolerant, unfailing friend

Read More
Blog

International Hummus Day: Celebrating the Chickpea

Read More
Blog

From Orchard to Oven: the not-so-American Apple Pie

Read More
Blog

An alfalfa that loves the cold

Read More
Event

GLF Live with Tony Simons, Charlotte Lusty, Lava Kumar and Vania Azevedo

Read More
Blog

Svalbard, A Day in the Life

Read More