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Many USAID activities implement digital solutions to make development more adaptive, efficient, and responsive to citizens and decision-makers.

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Lupine (botanical name Lupinus mutabilis) is an edible plant that has been cultivated for centuries in the high Andes of South America; it is also known as lupinechochotarwi or altramuz.

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By applying ozone to cassava starch, a team of researchers in Brazil has managed to produce a more resistant and biodegradable type of plastic that can be used in various types of packaging - including those used to package food products - or as plastic bags.

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With a 49% share in the global oil and soybean flour market, for 20 years, Argentina has been leading exports of these specialties.

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A team of scientists from the Potosino Institute for Scientific and Technological Research (Ipicyt) created a 100 percent potosine formulation that works as a seed biostimulant, that is, it is a substance that protects chili, sorghum, corn and sugar cane seeds against fungal attacks, while improving crop yields and protecting them against other

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USDA Red, the world's first true red spinach variety has been developed and released by the Agricultural Research Service.