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Plants play an important role for most indigenous communities in South America, and not merely as a source of food. They also provide the raw material for building materials, tools, medicine, and much more. The extinction of a plant species therefore also endangers the very foundation of these people's way of life.

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Timely and accurate data on local-level food security outcomes is key to both targeting interventions to populations in need, and to understanding whether interventions had their intended benefit. Unfortunately, reliable data on local-level food security and related outcomes is often scarce.

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Feed the Future -- the U.S. Government’s Global Food Security initiative -- takes an integrated approach to combating the root causes of hunger, malnutrition, and poverty.

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Embrapa started the AgriCarbon, a research project that will use carbon dioxide (CO2) for the production of supports (material for formation of capsules) of controlled release of agrochemicals.

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The importance of winter cover for weed control was one of the topics discussed in the second module of the training in the winter grain production chain - Embrapa agreement and OCB System, held from April 23 to 25 at Embrapa Wheat in Passo Fundo, RS.

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Researchers of CIAP (INTA, Argentina) integrate a multidisciplinary and inter-institutional team that supports the horticultural production in the peri-urban area of Cordoba. Recent studies allow us a better understanding of the positive effect of the use of bio-inputs as tools for ecological  intensification.