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Aiming to optimize times and costs, without the need to use Excel spreadsheets or other programs, three Chileans created the Agrapp application; a platform that improves efficiency in the field. Agrapp is an application that allows agricultural entrepreneurs to manage their fields from mobile phones and computers; keeping a record of all cultivation work.


As a way to be an intermediary between fruit and vegetable producers and neighborhood stores, supermarkets and / or restaurants, Nelson Rodríguez created Waruwa; a platform that greatly optimizes the distribution of fruits and vegetables.


For more than 30 years, CIRAD and CATIE have been contributing through their joint projects to improving the quality of life of rural populations in Central America. A partnership based on issues that have become critical for the region – climate change, natural resource management, development linked to cocoa- and coffee-based farming systems.

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Polyphenol oxidases (PPO) are responsible for the process known as enzymatic browning - they alter the color, taste and texture of the tuber. They are what catalyze the conversion of phenolic substrates into quinones, which leads to the formation of dark precipitates in fruits and vegetables, cause undesirable changes in organoleptic properties and influence the loss of nutritional quality.


More than 80 percent of the world’s coffee is produced by smallholders. Despite their integral role, these farmers face significant challenges that threaten their livelihoods and the long-term viability of the global coffee supply chain.


“Life depends on the soil. We walk on it every day, but people forget it. ”Drew Hemment leads the Grow Observatory project, a platform that connects local farmers to improve land use and raise people's awareness of the conditions of a soil that is under a pressure that continues to increase.