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Pushing toward the integration of crop-livestock and conservation agriculture

Reliance on crop residues to feed livestock has hindered the adoption of conservation agriculture. The IFAD-funded “CLCA” project provides economically- and environmentally-viable solutions

A new strategic direction for ICARDA

Harnessing cutting-edge scientific research to address the challenges that smallholder farmers face in the dry areas

Technology Dissemination Through School Drama

ICARDA explores alternative ways to reach out to communities in rural areas of Jordan.

Harnessing advanced crop science to raise legume productivity

Crop science combined with proven management strategies and new technologies can bridge the legume yield gap.

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Twenty-five scientists discuss how farming operations can be better managed to help protect watersheds and improve soil health and water quality on the Arabian Peninsula.

Harnessing cutting-edge scientific research to address the challenges that smallholder farmers face in the dry areas

ICARDA explores alternative ways to reach out to communities in rural areas of Jordan with messages about how to sustainably manage and use natural resources.

Female extension workers and farmers from Afghanistan received training on forage production.

How do we build on successes and transform production systems so that new crop varieties can have impact – for farmers and food and nutritional security?

Crop science combined with proven management strategies and new technologies can bridge the legume yield gap. 

The 7th International Food Legumes Research Conference in Morocco has brought together over 300 legume experts.  

Annual training for scientists held in Rabat, Morocco

The world’s leading legume expertise will gather to take stock of research and development.

We need 21st-century science to survive in harsher, drier conditions.

Restoration of agriculture is central component of reconstruction efforts in Iraq.

Wheat rust diseases remain an important threat to wheat.

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