1. This audio slideshow reveals how the ECHO Asia Seedbanksaves and distributes underutilised seeds for free.
  2. The World Vegetable Center, an international nonprofit research and development institute, is committed to alleviating poverty and malnutrition in the developing world through the increased production and consumption of nutritious and health-promoting vegetables. They actively build networks and...
  3. ECHO Asia, in collaboration with Ntuk Nti small farm resource center and International Cooperation Cambodia (ICC), has just finished a 1-year research project (funded by the Presbyterian Hunger Program- USA) to identify key indigenous vegetable crop species in NE Cambodia and strengthen the seed...
  4. Resources from the Cambodia Seed Saving Workshop held on December 2-3 at Ntuk Nti Farm,Cambodia ECHO Asia, in conjunction with International Cooperation Cambodia (ICC) and Ntuk Nti, with funding from the Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP-USA) held a seed saving workshop in Sen Monorem, Mondulkiri...
  5. There is a diverse array of products emanating from ICRISAT’s mandate crops chickpea, pigeonpea, groundnut, sorghum, pearl millet and finger millet — that have been derived from tangible outputs of projects. These are listed under the categories of Germplasm, Genomic resources, Informative...
  6. Agencies Listed by CountryAddresses and Links to Regulatory Bureaus
  7. Carbon dioxide (CO2) flushing is a technique by which carbon dioxide is added to a storage container of seeds in an effort to replace oxygen (which seeds use to respire) with the carbon dioxide. The idea is that the lack of oxygen will increase the seed storage ability by slowing down the...
  8. บุคลากรทีทำงานในเอเชียผานสามารถสังซือเมลดพันธุเพิมเติมไดผานทางธนาคารเมลดพันธุเอคโคเอเชีย เปาหมายในการจัดตังธนาคารเมลดพันธุเอคโคสากลกเพือเปนแหลงทรัพยากรสำหรับนักพัฒนาผูซึงประสงคจะทดลองปลูกพืชทีมีประโยชนสูงแตถูกนำไปใชประโยชนนอย (underutilized crops) เพือชวยยกระดับชีวิตความเปนอยู...
  9. 15-09-2013 Greetings from the New Director of the ECHO Asia Regional Impact Center The Participatory Approach: Illustrations from Experience New Seed Bank Additions
  10. 20-01-2015 Sorghum is primarily self-pollinated, meaning that a sorghum plant will accept pollen from its own flowers. Sorghum can also accept pollen from other sorghum plants (cross-pollination) by means of wind or insect transfer. Cultivated sorghum is generally cross-pollinated between 2 and 10%, with...