Written by Isa Chuki
A Euro 1.2 million project to address the significant insect pests and diseases constraining the production of citrus fruits in Kenya and Tanzania has been launched.
Written by Adeleke Mainasara
The first on-the-ground evidence that climate change is already having an impact on the Arabica coffee sector in the East African Highlands region is shown in a study called “Coffea arabica yields decline in Tanzania due to climate change: Global implications” published earlier this month in www.sciencedirect.com by the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, and the University of Witwatersrand.
Written by Tadesse N.
New approaches and priority international investments have been agreed for agricultural research and development in the drylands of Ethiopia. This comes from a series of strategy meetings between the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) and the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT).
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