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A guide to isolating pathogens with Dr Phil Taylor
January 23, 2023
CABI has produced a new video guide to the isolation of fungal and bacterial pathogens from diseased plant tissue.
CABI Study Brief highlights the many benefits of Integrated Crop Management course
January 17, 2023
A CABI Study Brief has highlighted the many benefits of a Masters of Advanced Studies in Integrated Crop Management (MAS ICM) course enjoyed by 66 graduates including job promotion, increased confidence and greater respect in their opinions. Other benefits of the course, which ran from 2015 to 2020 and was jointly coordinated by CABI in…
‘Sowing the seeds’ of better potato production in the Punjab
December 20, 2022
The ‘Capacity building of small-scale potato growers in Punjab, Pakistan’ project – led by CABI and funded by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) – is already ‘sowing the seeds’ of success for hundreds growing one of the province’s key crops.
Safer Spices: Improving quality and market access for peppercorn in Vietnam, Lao PDR, and Cambodia
November 21, 2022
Vietnam is one of the world’s largest producers of peppercorn exporting an estimated 220,000 tonnes a year to over 100 countries including high-value markets in Europe and the United States, the world’s largest importers of the product.
New documentary charts restoration of Redonda Island from ‘lunar landscape’ to ecological tropical paradise
November 15, 2022
A new documentary produced by the Environmental Awareness Group (EAG) in Antigua and Barbuda has charted its restoration of the country’s Redonda Island from that resembling a ‘lunar landscape’ to an ecological tropical paradise.
Potato value chain project featured on Duhok TV
September 21, 2022
The CABI project ‘Strengthening the potato value chain in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq’ has been featured on Duhok TV.
CABI shares expertise on crop pest management in Africa with Royal Society of Biology
September 15, 2022
CABI’s Dr MaryLucy Oronje has shared her expertise in sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures pertaining to crop pest management in Africa as part of an event organised by the Royal Society of Biology. Dr Oronje, who is based at CABI’s regional centre for Africa in Nairobi, Kenya, was keynote speaker at the event which was…
Support of Liveability Challenge 2022 highlights CABI’s commitment to sustainability
August 17, 2022
CABI helps farmers tackle global issues like poverty, hunger, education, equality, sustainability, climate change and biodiversity by sharing knowledge and science, writes Neil Willsher, CABI’s Global Director, Value Chain & Trade.
New CABI-led study highlights institutional and policy bottlenecks to Integrated Pest Management in Africa
August 1, 2022
A new publication led by CABI has highlighted institutional and policy bottlenecks to using Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to fight a range of potentially devastating crop pests in Africa.
CABI shares expertise in digital extension and advisory services at FAO workshop
July 26, 2022
CABI has shared its expertise in digital agricultural and advisory services for smallholder farmers as part of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)-led capacity building workshop.
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