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Enrollment in agriculture colleges has risen, as many agriculture-related jobs are projected to expand

We need this to happen worldwide: Enrollment in agriculture colleges has risen, as many agriculture-related jobs are projected to expand

A Growing Opportunity: Measuring Investments in African Agriculture takes a closer look at who’s leading the way and who needs to do more. Read the report, or get the headline findings in this infographic.

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Infographic while there is demonstrated achievement for agriculture in Africa, the majority short-changed their commitment keeping poverty, not people, alive.

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Water - Water is a key ingredient in successful plant growth. To help increase irrigation efficiency, IFDC promotes water retention techniques such as alternate wetting and drying, drip irrigation, minimum tillage and terracing.

Family farming preserves traditional food products, while contributing to a balanced diet and safeguarding the world’s agro-biodiversity and the sustainable use of natural resources.  Here is a photo of Wannian (China) Wild Rice - is a remarkable old and prototype variety, firstly grown in Heqiao village during the North and South Dynasty (420 AD - 589 AD).

Family farming preserves traditional food products, while contributing to a balanced diet and safeguarding the world’s agro-biodiversity and the sustainable use of natural resources. Here is a photo of Wannian (China) Wild Rice - is a remarkable old and prototype variety, firstly grown in Heqiao village during the North and South Dynasty (420 AD - 589 AD).

What do “sustainable food systems” look like? For one thing, they use resources efficiently. Getting the most food from every drop of water, plot of land, speck of fertilizer and minute of labour saves resources for the future and makes systems more sustainable. Turning waste products like manure and food scraps into valuable fertilizer or energy can improve sustainability.

What do “sustainable food systems” look like? For one thing, they use resources efficiently. Getting the most food from every drop of water, plot of land, speck of fertilizer and minute of labour saves resources for the future and makes systems more sustainable. Turning waste products like manure and food scraps into valuable fertilizer or energy can improve sustainability.

La pareja de Vilda Figueroa y José Lama comparte en el municipio de Marianao, en la periferia de la capital cubana, cientos de recetas a base de productos cosechados en el país y la técnica del secado solar de plantas, entre otras formas ecológicas de conservar los alimentos. “Pensábamos que había muchas maneras fáciles de preservar los vegetales y condimentos para cuando no estuvieran en cosecha”, contó Lama, quien comenzó en 1996 a buscar alternativas

Cuban couple shares sustainable, natural food preservation techniques with small producers

With equal access to resources women in Africa could increase yields on their farms by 30%

With equal access to resources women in Africa could increase yields on their farms by

Why Legumes are Important

Want To Cover Crop ? Soil Cover Plants, also known as Legum Cover Crop (LCC), is a plant specially planted to improve soil structure by .

A great video on the global agricultural revolution, with many African examples. {ICT4Ag}

A great video on the global agricultural revolution, with many African examples…

Crew members pull an oyster dredge in Tangier Sound of the Chesapeake Bay near Deal Island, Md., in 2013. A study found that the Chesapeake Bay shellfishery is a "hot zone" for ocean acidification.

Crew members pull an oyster dredge in Tangier Sound of the Chesapeake Bay near Deal Island, Md., in A study found that the Chesapeake Bay shellfishery is a "hot zone" for ocean acidification.

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Investment in agriculture is not philantropy, it is business. read new IFA blog on the IFPRI 2020 Resilience conference which took place last week in Ethiopia. http://www.fertilizer.org/Blog

Investment in agriculture is not philantropy, it is business. read new IFA blog on the IFPRI 2020 Resilience conference which took place last week in Ethiopia. http://www.fertilizer.org/Blog

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