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.
In these water-scarce times, direct-seeded rice can help farmers reduce water and labor inputs while maintaining or even improving rice yields.
Food Tank highlights new research showing how family farms, can nourish the world while protecting the environment in a new report, Food Tank by the Numbers.
Waste management and soil scientists meet to discuss using human excretion to fertilize farms and gardens.
Cyanobacterial bio-fertilizer can be an environmentally-friendly and affordable nitrogen-rich fertilizer which farmers can use to improve soil fertility.