Innovation on African smallholder farms is the subject of a new report available through the Global Forum on Agriculture Research.
It’s not always easy to get into gardening when living in a city. PlantCatching has been created to help gardeners connect and overcome this difficulty.
Farmers’ access to profit-building mobile tech suffers from two C’s: connectivity and content. Governments, NGOs, and private sector can help.
RipeNearMe helps people to find fresh food growing in their local area.
New grain tools allow farmers to thresh pearl millet efficiently, sustainably, and productively, increasing yields and the independence of small family farms.
The Smart Gardener uses technology to help gardeners plan, plant, and harvest their gardens.
The right agricultural technologies can increase yields while protecting natural resources.
Societies all over the world have found uses for the neem tree, especially as a natural pesticide and fertilizer in agro-ecological systems and as a medicine.
A system of raised drying racks introduced by the FAO has helped improve the livelihood of many in Burundi’s fishing industry.
The Groasis Waterboxx reclaims land lost to desertification by creating a microclimate for young trees.