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Jordi Giné Bordonaba Sep 16
Biochemical and genetic implications of the slow ripening phenotype in peach fruit! Our latest article from the group
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Tshilidzi Madzix 13h
In sub-Saharan Africa, approximately 20% of harvest ( and ) is lost. promoting metal silos and hermetic bags for storage. investment and conducive are required.
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Tshilidzi Madzix 13h
The FANRPAN and AFAAS part of HELVETAS exhibition stand at the 2nd All Africa Congress and Exhibition. , ,
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Esa Abiso 11h
Encouraging private sector plays key role in reducing loss
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Esa Abiso 12h
Extension of PH technologies is the key to reduce losses
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Hort.Innovation Lab Sep 12
Here's a peek at some of the training materials for farmers who grow fruits & vegetables, discussed during the webinar: Lessons were a team effort with
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Tshilidzi Madzix 14h
, , , promoting promising management technologies for grain and pulses.
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Jordi Giné Bordonaba Sep 14
Check the latest article from our group congrats Laia!
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Postharvest 6h
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Postharvest 4h
Hydrogen Sulfide, a potential new tool to improve management?
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Postharvest 3h
Improve your knowledge in and -cut processing of and with an International on-line short course by ...
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GrainPro Sep 16
Agrilink 2019 is coming up this October 3! See how our solutions help the farm-to-fork chain by protecting you commodities from factors such as insect infestation, mold growth, and oxidation.
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Shawn Jacula Sep 10
Since you can’t be in the field tonight you may as well plan your celebration! Join myself, , and a Regional Centre full of great people for a fun evening out at presented by !
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Manitoba Crop Diversification Centres Sep 11
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Jane Ambuko Sep 13
Replying to @osenaemily
Nice! Hope the farmers have market for the plenty potatoes....We don’t want them to suffer loss after their hard work due to losses
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Postharvest 9h
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Mkulima Young Sep 9
Challenges of food security in Africa cannot be alluded to production alone(low yield/ha) While food production remains a big challenge, losses are major threats to Africa opportunities are in value addition and improved market access.
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Dirk E Maier Sep 9
Learned a lot during visit to an Iringa Hope maize & sunflower aggregation center in southern highland of Tanzania w alumn Dr. Rashid Suleiman; did PhD under Dr. Rosentrater. 6000 hermetic PICS bags to prevent loss in 2019 white maize harvest!
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Jane Ambuko Sep 10
Eating nutritious fruit and vegetables is key to addressing the ‘hidden’ hunger. Only 6% of Kenyans eat the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables! We need strategies to make fruits & veges accessible and affordable to all
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Postharvest 15h
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