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10
Jan

Actionable policies to make Indian agriculture climate-resilient

Climate change is one of the most extreme challenges Indian agriculture is facing today and will have to deal with in future. There have been overwhelming and growing scientific evidences to establish that the world is getting warmer due to climate change and such increasing weather variabilities and worsening extremes will impact the agriculture sector more and more adversely...
10
Jan

With technology and trust, we can move mountains

If you’re trying to win the trust of a community, you don’t start by building rat houses on their land. But that’s just what some residents living on Ethiopia’s Yewol mountain worried scientists were doing. They saw the slow construction of stone-pile terraces along their mountainside. And they were suspicious...
03
Jan

Superfoods can’t save our broken system – but Smart Food can

Superfoods” is a catchword that has found popularity among the most health-conscious consumers. However, the concept of these nutritionally dense and healthy foods only focuses on one aspect of the complex global food system. With experts increasingly raising the alarm...
03
Jan

A prototype for massive-scale capacity building for farmers

A massive capacity building initiative involving elaborate logistical arrangements covering all the 30 districts in the Indian state of Odisha successfully concluded in November 2019. Teams of government agricultural officers and ICRISAT staff in less than three months reached over...
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27
Dec

Pre-breeding efforts for better traits in pigeonpea

Annual Review Meeting of GCDT-ICRISAT collaborative research project and participation in Pigeonpea Field Day With a view to using new and diverse sources of genetic variations in pigeonpea, the Pre-breeding Theme at ICRISAT is leading the drive to use wild...
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27
Dec

Short and mid-early pigeonpea varieties steal the show

Pigeonpea Network Group (Asia) Workshop-cum-Field Day 2019 Pigeonpea researchers from across Asia hailed a short and mid-early variety of pigeonpea that is also high-yielding and disease-resistant, at a recent brainstorming session to benchmark region-specific prioritized breeding for pigeonpea in the...
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New project

Title: Enhancing smallholder farmers’ productivity, food and nutrition security in West Africa using high yielding and nutritious sorghum and pearl millet hybrids and varieties
Donor: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ)
Period: 1 Jan 2020 – 31 Dec 2022
Principal Investigator: Dr Baloua Nebie
Research Program: West and Central Africa Program

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Feb:  05 12 19  26
Jan:  08 15 22 29

2015

Dec: 04 11 18 24 31
Nov: 06 13 20 27
Oct:  01 09 16 23 30
Sep:  04 11 18 24
Aug:  07 14 21 28
Jul:  03 10 17 24 31
Jun:  05 12 19 26
May:  01 08 15 22 29
Apr:  03 10 17 24
Mar:  06 13 20 27
Feb:  06 13 20 27
Jan:  02 09 16 23 30

2014

Dec:  05 12 19 26
Nov:  07 14 21 28
Oct:  01 10 17 24 31
Sep:  05 12 19 26
Aug:  01 08 14 22 28
Jul:  04 11 18 25
Jun:  06 13 20 27
May:  02 09 16 23 30
Apr:  04 11 18 25
Mar:  07 14 21 28
Feb:  07 14 21 28
Jan:  03 10 17 24 31

2013

Dec:  06 13 20 27
Nov:  01 08 15 22 29
Oct:   04 11 18 25
Sep:  06  13 20 27
Aug:  02 08 16 23 30
July:  05 12 19 26
Jun:  07 14 21 28
May:  03 10 17 24 31
Apr:  05 12 19 26
Mar:  01 08 15 22 29
Feb:  01 08 15 22
Jan:  04 11 18 25

2012

Dec:  07 14 21 28
Nov:  02 09 16 23 30
Oct:  05 12 19 26
Sep:  07 14 21 28
Aug:  03 10 17 24 31
July:  06 13 20 27
Jun:  01 08 15 22 29
May:  04 11 18 25
Apr:  06 13 20 27
Mar:  02 09 16 23 30
Feb:  03 10 17 24
Jan:  06 13 20 27

2011

Dec:  02 09 16 23 30
Nov:  04 11 18 25
Oct:  07 14 21 28
Sep:  02 09 16 23 30
Aug:  05 12 19 26
July:  01 08 15 22 29
Jun:  03 10 17 24
May:  06 13 20 27
APR:  01 08 15 21 29
MAR:  04 11 18 25
Feb:  04 11 18 25
Jan:  07 14 21 28

2010

Dec:  03 10 17 24 31
Nov:  04 12 19 26 
Oct:  01 08 15 22 29
Sep:  03 09 17 24
Aug:  06 13 20 27
Jul:  02 09 16 23 30
Jun:  04 11 18 25
May:  07 14 21 28
Apr:  01 09 16 23 30 
Mar:  05 12 19 26
Feb:  05 15 19 26
Jan:  08 15 22 29

2009

Sep 7 11 18 25
Oct:  01 09 16 23 30
Nov:  06 13 20 27
Dec:  04 11 18 24 31

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