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A Bandwagon in the Mainstream

A Bandwagon in the Mainstream Luigi Guarino | Director of Science and Programs Mainstreaming has been at full flood of late. The 13th Conference of the Parties (COP13) of the Convention on…

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A Busy Month North and South

A Busy Month North and South Marie Haga | Marie's Corner The 17th meeting of the Executive Board is taking place right now in Lima, Peru where we will discuss how we envisage the complete global…

A Carrot Revolution Takes Root in Bangladesh

A Carrot Revolution Takes Root in Bangladesh “Everybody in Bangladesh loves carrots: all social classes, all ages, all religions, all casts,” says M.A. Rahim, a professor at the Bangladesh…

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A Change in Seasons

A Change in Seasons Confronting the message of drought in a shifting maize belt Farming in Southern Africa takes good crops, ingenuity, and rain. But can it work with two out of three? View the…

A chill solution for tomorrow’s sweetpotatoes

A new project is preserving sweetpotato landraces from Madagascar and Zambia, cleaning them of diseases so they can yield better, and putting them back into the hands of farmers.

Sweetpotato multiplication for genebank. International Potato Center (CIP), Lima Peru. Photo Michael Major for Crop Trust

A Clockwork Orange: Apocalypse Not Yet

A Clockwork Orange: Apocalypse Not Yet Luigi Guarino Californians flipping through the news over their organic, high-fibre muesli must have spluttered orange juice all over their shiny new iPad3s.…

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