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Latest news from members and partners
CIRAD and INRA, in partnership with the NRI and the IITA, recently revealed the presence of badnavirus viral elements within the genome of African yams. This is a first for this tuber, which is widely grown in West Africa. Badnaviruses affect many tropical plants, causing sometimes serious diseases.
The RUFORUM network celebrates 10 years as a network of universities and 22 years of addressing higher agricultural education issues in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa. Watch a RUFORUM documentary profiling their efforts in addressing small holder farmers Issues through Research and Training in Africa here!
Next GA/MAM will be held on March 19 - 20 in Montpellier, following global conference on Climate Smart Agriculture ...
Eduardo Fuentes defended his PhD thesis on November 27 in Montpellier. This is the first Agtrain student to be ...
The three-year project Gratitude (Gains from Losses of Root and Tuber Crops) came to an end this month with its final ...
International Conference on agricultural innovation systems in West and Central Africa
Second Training Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping for Eastern and Southern Africa
Trans African Network Development
Processing Soya goussi in Benin
The Crop and Goat Project in Tanzania from a gender perspective