A NEW predatory mite has proved to be a boon for Africa's cassava (a root crop) fields. Recently, scientists from the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) in lbadan, Nigeria,

The forthcoming World Food Summit must ensure that the umbrella of food security also extends to encompass the Southern nations poor

While debating the ways to attain global food security, national governments ignore the most pertinent issue: rapidly disappearing agro biodiversity

As nations bicker, the list of countries reporting the loss of wild relatives of specific crops grows

Increasing livestock in the Asian countries could result In lower foodgrain production

Researchers associated with the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) in 12 countries have embarked on a project that aims to develop new varieties of food crops that will

A dry winter followed by the highest temperatures recorded in February in the north Indian plains in the past six decades led to fears in state agricultural departments that rabi crop yields would be

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