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By: William Solano, Dominique Dessauw, Rolando Cerda, Elias de Melo Virginio Filho, Eduardo Somarriba y Jacques Avelino.
Spanish

This is a communication prepared within the framework of the Central American Integral Management Program for Coffee Roya (PROCAGICA), aimed at technicians and the general public to explain on the topic of "loss of rust resistance" of F1 coffee hybrids, explain what is really happening, and expla

By: Marco Aurélio Guerra Pimentel, Simone Martins Mendes, Ivênio Rubens de Oliveira
Portuguese

This publication aims to guide technicians, producers, extension agents, agroindustrial operators and other agents of the productive chains in terms of controlling insect-pests that attack sorghum grains during storage.

By: Matthieu De Clerqc, Anshu Vats, Alvaro Biel
English

The World Government Summit launched a report called Agriculture 4.0 – The Future Of Farming Technology, in collaboration with Oliver Wyman for the 2018 edition of the international event.

By: José F. Andrade, Juan I. Rattalino Edreira, Andrew Farrow, Marloes P. van Loon, Peter Q. Craufurd, Jairos Rurinda, Shamie Zingore, Jordan Chamberlin, Lieven Claessens, Julius Adewopo, Martin K. van Ittersum, Kenneth G. Cassman, Patricio Grassini
English

Traditional agricultural research and extension relies on replicated field experiments, on-farm trials, and demonstration plots to evaluate and adapt agronomic technologies that aim to increase productivity, reduce risk, and protect the environment for a given biophysical and socio-economic conte

By: Andrieu Nadine, Howland Fanny, Acosta-Alba Ivonne, Le Coq Jean-François, Osorio-Garcia Ana Milena, Martinez-Baron Deissy, Gamba-Trimiño Catherine, Loboguerrero Ana Maria, Chia Eduardo
English

The literature is increasing on how to prioritize climate-smart options with stakeholders but relatively few examples exist on how to co-design climate-smart farming systems with them, in particular with smallholder farmers.

By: Justin Allen, Bjoern Ole Sander
English

Rice is a staple for half the world’s population, thus its impact on land and water use is immense. Standard production practices using continuous flooding (CF) are resource intensive and contribute significant global methane emissions.