This Fertilizer International article highlights two IFDC projects that improve food security in Africa and a Bangladesh project that is measuring greenhouse gas emissions from rice cultivation. View Article
This Fertilizer International article highlights two IFDC projects that improve food security in Africa and a Bangladesh project that is measuring greenhouse gas emissions from rice cultivation.
The latest issue (Vol. 13, No. 2) of the African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development (AJFAND) is now available. The journal is a quarterly, peer-reviewed publication published by the Rural Outreach Program (ROP), a Kenya-based non-governmental organization that supports resource-poor farmer groups engaged in production and agro-processing at the community level. Prof. Ruth Oniang’o is the journal’s founder…
Le projet de l’IFDC, prévention de la contamination du coton graine en Afrique de l’Ouest (2009-2013) est d’améliorer la qualité marchande du coton récolté avec une meilleure maniabilité, d’emballage, de traitement et de stockage.
A fertilizer briquette self-loaded applicator is demonstrated in this video clip. IFDC, research institutes and private sector entrepreneurs are working to perfect mechanical applicators that will decrease the labor needed to deep-place briquettes.
Dr. Amit Roy, president and CEO of the International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC), was featured in Farming First’s January-March 2013 newsletter, where he spoke about the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda. View Quote from Dr. Amit Roy
Abdul Rashid, Ph.D., of the Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad, is the 2013 laureate of the International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) Norman Borlaug Award. He is the 21st recipient of the award. View Article
Phosphorus, the 11th most common element on earth, is fundamental to all living things. It is essential for the creation of DNA, cell membranes, and for bone and teeth formation in humans. It is vital for food production since it is one of three nutrients (nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus) used in commercial fertilizer. Phosphorus cannot be manufactured or destroyed, and…