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Let’s Meet Up for Tea

Let’s Meet Up for Tea A global consortium on tea genetic resources will benefit tea-growing countries around the world, according to Professor Liang Chen, curator of the world’s largest collection of…

Professor Liang Chen of the China National Germplasm Hangzhou Tea Repository in tea field / Courtesy of Liang Chen

Crop Science Special Issue Shows Why Crops Need to Get Wild

Crop Science Special Issue Shows Why Crops Need to Get Wild When the Growing Gets Tough, the Tough Get Pre-breeding Much like dogs have wolves, our familiar crops have undomesticated relatives…

Wild Bananas from Papua New Guinea Boost Food Security for All

Wild Bananas from Papua New Guinea Boost Food Security for All Bananas come in a huge array of different types, some say perhaps a thousand or more distinct cultivated varieties, but there’s only one…

Pile of yellow and green bananas

Tell Us What You Think

Tell Us What You Think Be honest—what do you think of the Crop Trust website? Help us improve your future digital experience with the Crop Trust and its affiliate projects and platforms by…

Battling Biotic Stress in Farmers' Fields

Battling Biotic Stress in Farmers' Fields Crops are often threatened by a range of unfriendly organisms, including various kinds of bacteria, fungi, insects and weeds. These plant predators hamper…

16 Women Scientists Securing the Future of our Food

16 Women Scientists Securing the Future of our Food In honor of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the Crop Trust is highlighting some of our past interviews with talented women who…

A Sweet Deposit to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault

A Sweet Deposit to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault When the Svalbard Global Seed Vault opens this week, for the first time in 2021, the seeds of something really sweet will be among those…

The Crop Trust Hosts Ministerial Luncheon in Berlin

The Crop Trust Hosts Ministerial Luncheon in Berlin Held during International Green Week (IGW), the official luncheon on crop diversity was attended by 50 senior-level officials from governments…

The Crop Trust meets with the Egyptian delegation to discuss the Crop Trust's work

A Resilient Food System in a Changing Climate

A Resilient Food System in a Changing Climate The Global Crop Diversity Trust and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew present a one day symposium 23rd November 2015 9:30-16:30 Millennium Seed…

Financing for Development Side Event

Financing for Development Side Event Sometimes things happen very quickly at the Crop Trust. In an effort to diversify the funding mechanisms of the Crop Trust we have been working with Deutsche Bank…

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