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January 2023
Bahrain

10th International Conference on Agriculture 2023 (AGRICO 2023), in Bali, Indonesia, from 18-19 September 2023. Oral presentation titled “Supporting vegetable agrobiodiversity for better food and nutrition diversity: Insights from ethnic minority communities in Northern Vietnam”.

January 2023
Bahrain

Inoculation of soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] with rhizobia strains is a low-cost investment which can increase yields of smallholder farmers in Mozambique. The performance of four Bradyrhizobium strains was evaluated to identify the best strain to inoculate soybean grown in different agro-ecologies.

January 2023
Bahrain

Smallholder farmers in Northern Ghana regularly face shocks, challenging the
sustainability of their farms and livelihoods. Different farm households and household
members may be differently affected and respond with different coping strategies. We
combined whole-farm modelling and farmer consultations to investigate the

January 2023
Bahrain

This policy brief provides empirical evidence on the profitability of soil and water conservation (SWC) practices and forage mixtures, implemented to mitigate soil erosion and land degradation in Northern and Central West Tunisia.

January 2023
Bahrain

Cattle ranching is a productive activity that generates high amounts of greenhouse gases (GHG) such as methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2), but can also provide effective alternatives to mitigate and adapt to climate change.

January 2023
Bahrain

In most developing countries, although agricultural extension and research devolved since 1980s to promote relevance, cost-effectiveness, ownership, and sustainability, participatory action research (PAR) have been run, albeit with limited empirical evidence on their impacts on farmers livelihoods.

January 2023
Bahrain

There has been considerable debate on how to develop gender-equitable agri-food innovations. Much of the debate is on whether gender-accommodative approaches (GAAs) and the more-recent gendertransformative approaches (GTAs) can work and how. Evidence on best pathways for gender-equitable agri-food innovations is limited.

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