Monthly Archives: May 2013

Agroecosystem Analysis and Agricultural Extension in Cambodia

Originally posted on One Billion Hungry: Can We Feed the World?:
The technique of Agroecosystem Analysis (AEA) is discussed in Chapter 11 and is essentially a way of engaging farmers and utilising their knowledge to inform research agendas and development…

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Biodiversity and the Future of Farming

Biodiversity and the Future of Farming. via Biodiversity and the Future of Farming.

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New study links the rise of zoonotic diseases to intensive farming and environmental changes

New study links the rise of zoonotic diseases to intensive farming and environmental changes. via New study links the rise of zoonotic diseases to intensive farming and environmental changes.

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What does empowerment to young farmers mean?

What does empowerment to young farmers mean?. via What does empowerment to young farmers mean?.

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Moving Beyond Techno-Fixes: Climate Change, Hunger, and Malnutrition

Moving Beyond Techno-Fixes: Climate Change, Hunger, and Malnutrition. via Moving Beyond Techno-Fixes: Climate Change, Hunger, and Malnutrition.

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Agriculture and health experts develop plan of action for aflatoxin control in Africa

Agriculture and health experts develop plan of action for aflatoxin control in Africa. via Agriculture and health experts develop plan of action for aflatoxin control in Africa.

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Protect and promote seed diversity

Originally posted on Science on the Land:
We need variety in crops, vegetables and fruits. Seeds are a resource – genetic, cultural, historical, nutritional – that will never return if varieties are ‘regulated’ off the land. European Coordination Via Campesina…

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