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While Julien Pierret was conducting research for his Ph.D. in climate data, he was playing around with a web graphics library and looking for a reason to learn about it. "I'm a child when it comes to exploring different tools and wanted to incorporate this into my Ph.D.," he admitted.

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The INTA Bordenave - Buenos Aires Plant Improvement and Plant Quality group presented a new variety of white oats: INTA Pigeon. It is a long-cycle cultivar that stands out for its excellent forage quality, with very good regrowth capacity and high growth rate in the middle of winter.

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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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The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Soybean Value Chain Research supported the launch of the first mechanized planting in the history of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture’s (IITA) breeding program last month in Lusaka, Zambia.

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Through the implementation of a web platform and an application for mobile devices, the Institute of Agricultural Research (INIA) in Chile and the INIA Carillanca Regional Center, seeks to increase the competitiveness of fruit production with intelligent water management.

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The National Institute of Agrarian Innovation (INIA) makes available to small farmers a new technique that allows the development of new citrus plants free of the main viruses and Huanglongbing disease (HLB), transmitted by the insect Diaphorina citri, avoiding - thereby - large losses in the citrus industry of Peru.