Young farmers tell Farming First about the importance of practising agroecology to benefit today’s generation and those to come.
As demand for food grows, we need to ensure the way we produce it remains as environmentally sound as possible. Farmers can now be guided by technology, to use earth’s resources like land and water in the most efficient way. It can also help them apply vital inputs like crop protection and fertilizer in the right amounts. This is called precision agriculture, and here 10 ways Farming First supporters are putting it to good use. …
Farmers in India uploaded images of crops with fall armyworm infestations to smartphone app Agrio, and the algorithms quickly identified the pest.
Awino Nyamolo from TechnoServe tells Farming First about how to harness the power of young people for Africa's food future.
A pest infestation affecting hazelnuts brings together Georgian farmers and an Oklahoma agriculture firm.
New joint initiative seeks to improve the efficiency of the cocoa value chain in Côte d’Ivoire, promising better market links and incomes for farmers.