Read how Bioversity International and partners are doing gender-responsive participatory research in the India via this post on the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature blog.
- Can science contribute to smallholder management of complex systems? Lessons from agroecological intensification of multi-strata coffee with banana
- Interactive effects of fertilizer and inoculum concentration on subsequent development of xanthomonas wilt in banana
- Evaluation of four different strategies to characterize plasma membrane proteins from banana roots
- Assessing incidence, development and distribution of banana bunchy top disease across the main plantain and banana growing regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo
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Our mission is to deliver scientific evidence, management practices and policy options to use and safeguard agricultural and tree biodiversity to attain sustainable global food and nutrition security.