Effective extension is key to communicating the benefits of better agricultural production practices

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As part of UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we turn the focus on CABI’s own female scientists to highlight the invaluable work they contribute towards our mission of helping smallholder farmers grow more and lose less to crop pests and diseases. Here we find out more about Christine Alokit who takes…
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‘Sowing the seeds’ of growth and poverty alleviation is the sweet smile of success for smallholder farmers

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Improving agricultural productivity in African smallholder farming is a critical outcome in the pathway to growth and poverty alleviation, according to Dr Monica Kansiime who is intent on helping the continent improve the sustainability of its seed production.
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CABI-published book makes Diagram Prize 2020 shortlist

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A book published by CABI has been shortlisted for the Bookseller Diagram Prize 2020 which since 1978 has sought to ‘honour’ the book world’s strangest and most perplexing titles.
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‘Branching out’ for more sustainable ways to protect global biodiversity with the world’s trees

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Trees and forests play a significant role not only in the future of the human race but in the earth itself and in ways you might not even imagine.
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CABI highlighted as a ‘Top 10’ organisation in the food security sector

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CABI has been highlighted as a ‘Top 10’ organisation within the food security sector by Development Aid – a leading, innovative membership organisation providing comprehensive information services for the international developmental sector.
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