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ICRISAT is a non-profit, non-political org that conducts agricultural research for development in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa with a wide array of partners
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AVISA Project 13h
The Region of the invites application for the 2020 Africa Fellowship Program for Ph.D. Students and recent Ph.D. graduates who are Sub-Saharan nationals. Apply by Aug 25, 2019
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ICRISAT 13h
An upward-looking article highlighting trends in sorghum farming and consumption in .
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David Jordan 15h
Plant breeders put this in your calendar We are excited to announce that the 16th Australasian Plant Breeding Conference will be back in 2020!
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Sorghum crops grown at our demonstration plot. Watch this space for more info on this.
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Abhishek Rathore Aug 20
We at looking for an expert in technologies, development with knowledge of , , , and other visualization technologies & platforms.
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ICRISAT Aug 20
Over 400 concerned stakeholders in Mali call for greater investment in nutrition! They also recommended inclusion of millet, sorghum and groundnut in diets for better health.
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ICRISAT Aug 19
The dedicates a to achievements of the decade-long work done by project (from developing improved varieties to creating market demand) to benefit smallholder in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.
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ICRISAT Aug 19
"Focus on the immense potential of agriculture research": urged at the conference 'Achieving Sustainable Development Goals and Strengthening Science of Climate Resilience’ at .
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ICRISAT Aug 18
Great possibilities ahead: Agri research institutes in team up with centers to boost , and more in the drylands.
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Abhishek Rathore Aug 18
Mr. Praveen Reddy, explaining how dictionary is useful not only to bring common standards in recording but also in making correct decisions during a workshop with colleagues.
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ICRISAT Aug 18
Whether the credit goes to our lush campus or our talented employees, proud to share these beauties on PC: ; Sushma Vaddagiri; Ravi Chandra Kota
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ICRISAT Aug 16
Our upcoming project to measure energy expenditure and diets among farmers mentioned in .
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CGIAR Nutrition Aug 16
Biofortified staples may hold the key to India’s rural malnutrition:
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ICRISAT Aug 16
Harnessing to help farmers by providing accurate pest advisories - this is one of the ways we use modern to .
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ICRISAT Aug 15
Driving and -smart agriculture through modern crop protection tools, in partnership with .
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Pooja Bhatnagar Aug 15
Piloting RGA in in collaboration with . Low-cost sustainable breeding methods integrated with advanced breeding tools be key for crop breeding programs
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ICRISAT Aug 15
Proud to contribute to achieving , better and incomes for smallholder farmers by partnering with these esteemed institutions.
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ICRISAT Aug 13
One way to fight a deadly pest is by rearing its natural enemies. A hands-on workshop taught 27 participants from 16 countries how to rear parasitoids to combat the lethal Fall Army Worm. Read more: Sorghum and Millet Compact
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ICRISAT Aug 13
Our researchers exchanged ideas of enhancing peanut breeding programs with their counterparts at , Alabama, at a symposium, ‘Synergies from US Global Research Partnership’.
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ICRISAT Aug 12
How can and help agriculture? explore algorithms to boost genetic gains in crops. Read more here:
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