1. Ressource principale
    01/01/2002 Il y a un certain nombre d’options pour le séchage des semences. Que vous utilisiez le soleil, des armoires de séchage, des souffleries, des déshydratants, ou quelque autre innovation créative, il devrait être possible de trouver une solution de séchage qui corresponde le mieux à n’importe quel...
  2. Le World Vegetable Center (centre international sur la recherche des légumes), comme son nom l'indique, met l’accent sur les légumes pour réduire la pauvreté et la malnutrition. Leur site web présente de nombreuses ressources utiles et des publications. Parmi elles sont des vidéos sur la façon de...
  3. 19/04/1994 “Carrots do not usually flower in the tropics. Eighty years ago a group of Portuguese growers plantedcarrots from Portugal and the Madeira Island in the southernmost state of Brazil. Some of these plants flowered and produced seed. Plant breeders from Sao Paulo and Brasilia independently...
  4. 20/01/2007 Seed saving is surprisingly easy with some vegetables, possible but somewhat difficult for others, and almost impossible for still other vegetable crops. It would help to know what the issues are; some basic techniques for seed saving; and which vegetables are easy and which are more difficult.
  5. 20/10/2006 Grains usually produced in ASAL areas are sorghum and the millets. One of the best options for a legume is the green gram or mung bean.
  6. 20/10/2006 What happens to seed yield if a crop is planted in a warmer climate or if global warming causes temperatures to rise? Increased carbon dioxide levels may encourage some plants to grow larger and increase crop yields, but elevated temperatures could leave some seed crops sterile.
  7. To maximize their investment in quality seed, it’s important for small-scale vegetable farmers to learn how to raise healthy seedlings. In this video produced by the World Vegetable Center for the VINESA project, researcherAgatha Aloyceexplains simple steps farmers can follow, such as making and...
  8. Ressource principale
    01/06/2010 Seeds naturally have a place in almost any endeavor having to do with agricultural development. Seeds of most food plants are small and, as such, are more easily transported and can be shipped longer distances than vegetative cuttings. For the farmer, seeds represent the promise of a continued...