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By: Russo, Elsa Susana - INTA - Instituto de Suelos - Centro de Investigación de Recursos Naturales

This work aims to promote and enhance the use of technological innovation tools to apply to sustainable agroecosystems that will reflect well-being in the educational-cultural-social, economic and environmental axes at the territorial and community level.

By: Amah D, van Biljon A, Maziya-Dixon B, Labuschagne M and Swennen R

Bananas (Musa spp.), native to South East Asia, have spread worldwide and are integrated into the diets of millions of people in tropical regions. Carotenoid content varies dramatically between different banana genotypes, providing an opportunity for vitamin A biofortification.

By: Riveros Serrato, Hernando; Villalobos Cavazos, Oswaldo - IICA

This publication aims to be a reference guide for the design, execution and monitoring of processes for identifying opportunities and / or strengthening of emerging ventures of young people, mainly rural or urban.

This content is originally from Gender and Youth

By: F.A. García-Bastidas, J.C. Quintero-Vargas, M. Ayala-Vasquez, T. Schermer, M.F. Seidl, M. Santos-Paiva, A.M. Noguera, C. Aguilera-Galvez, A. Wittenberg1, Hofstede A. Sørensen, G.H.J. Kema

Fusarium wilt of bananas, commonly called Panama disease, is caused by a suite of Fusarium species. Fusarium odoratissimum (previously known as Fusarium oxysporum f.sp.


The importance of innovation and technology (I&T) is explicitly reflected in the 2018-2022 Medium Term Plan (MTP) of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), which incorporates this area as one of the two cross-cutting issues for action in the context of the five he

By: Semih Arbatli, Julia Weiss y Marcos Egea Gutiérrez-Cortines.

"Perhaps something that characterizes modern and highly qualified agriculture is the use of highly developed varieties with specific characteristics related to a series of characters of interest.