CABI participates in WTO panel discussion on challenges and opportunities for smallholder farmers in international trade

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CABI has shared its expertise in agriculture value chain development and market access as part of a panel discussion highlighting smallholder farmers facilitation in international trade organised by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Informal Working Group on Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs). The event was held to celebrate MSME Day 2023.
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CABI scientist co-authors latest edition of Pesticide Use in Cocoa manual

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CABI scientist Dr Jayne Crozier has co-authored the 4th Edition of the Pesticide Use in Cocoa manual published by the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) in close cooperation with the cocoa industry.
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CABI and USDA hold workshop in Uganda to promote electronic phytosanitary certificate among AU Member States

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CABI has teamed up with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Inter-African Phytosanitary Council of the African Union (AU-IAPSC) and the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat, to hold a workshop in Entebbe-Uganda to promote the Electronic phytosanitary certificate (ePhyto) among African Union’s (AU) 55 Member States. The IPPC ePhyto solution aims at…
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Workshop explores greater use of Nature-Based Solutions to fight crop pests in Greater Mekong region

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CABI in partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Sciences (VAAS) and Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI) has convened a workshop to explore the greater use of Nature-based Solutions (NBS) to fight crop pests in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS).
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CABI joins partnership investigating native fungi to help protect British cereal crops from pests and diseases

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CABI has joined forces with FA Bio and Crop Health and Protection (CHAP) as part of a two-year feasibility study investigating the power of native fungi to provide protection against pests and diseases blighting British cereal crops.
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Antibiotics use in Kenyan livestock studied

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The use of antibiotics for livestock has formed part of a study in Kenya aimed at investigating technological challenges in development and food security.
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Perceptions of genetically modified crops under the microscope in Kenyan study

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The perceptions of Genetically Modified (GM) crops has come under the microscope as part of a study in Kenya aimed at investigating technological challenges in development and food security.
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Report turns spotlight on animal influenza

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A new report has been published which provides an overview of research conducted across the major fields of animal influenza in the last six years.
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Workshop highlights need for increased mechanization of Pakistan’s agriculture industry

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Agriculture is the backbone of the economy of many countries around the world. This includes Pakistan were the agriculture sector employs almost 50% of the nation’s work force and accounts for nearly 20% of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
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A guide to isolating pathogens with Dr Phil Taylor

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CABI has produced a new video guide to the isolation of fungal and bacterial pathogens from diseased plant tissue.
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