CGIAR: Research & Impact: Areas of Research: Yam



CGIAR: Research & Impact: Areas of Research: Yam Related

CGIAR Systemwide Program on Participatory Research & Gender Analysis (PRGA):: Develops and promotes methods and organizational approaches for gender-sensitive participatory research on plant breeding and on management of crops and natural resources.

CGIAR Sorghum Research:: Describes programs of research into farming methods for this crop internationally.

Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR):: The Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) is a global partnership that unites organizations engaged in research for sustainable development with the funders of this work. The funders include developing and industrialized country governments, foundations, and international and regional organizations. The work they support is carried out by 15 members of the Consortium of International Agricultural Research Centers, in c

International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas:: ICARDA is based in Aleppo, Syria, and undertakes research into the improvement of barley, lentils, faba beans, durum and bread wheats, chickpeas, pasture and forage legumes and farming systems, and the rehabilitation and management of rangelands.

North American Research Strategy for Tropospheric Ozone Research Initiative:: Fact sheet (1997) about joint governmental effort to understand ground-level ozone.

Forest Science & Forestry Research:: An online portal to search CAB International's databases and information on a range of forest subjects. This site requires a paid subscription, though a free 24 hour trial is available.

T&B Systems: Environmental Research Associates:: Company providing applied research in the atmospheric sciences throughout the United States and abroad. Capabilities include meteorological and air quality monitoring, analysis, auditing, and environmental impact reporting.

Nature Farming Research & Development Foundation:: NFRDF is undertaking research into new sustainable technologies in the agro-industrial processes, livestock health and the reclamation and management of inferior soil and water resources.

Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Mysore:: CSRTI undertakes research and develops technologies for all aspects of mulberry sericulture suitable to different climatic conditions in South India.

Sweet sorghum R&D at the Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute:: A summary of the research on improving crop lines at NARI in India.

  • New Additions: Yam
Yam (vegetable)
Post-Harvest Operation: Yams
Yam Diseases in Ghana
On the Bright Side of Yam Production