Latest International Institute of Tropical Agriculture Stories
Biological control of a South American insect invader expected to protect the incomes of millions of cassava farmers across Southeast Asia.
Scientists offer a natural, safe, and cost-effective solution to prevent future contamination of maize by the killer aflatoxin to secure the food and income of millions of small-scale farmers in Kenya and the rest of Africa.
An analysis of three and half decades of maize research in African farming communities finds big benefits.
If much of civilization is ever wiped out, at least our seeds will survive.
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