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New book on fruits and seeds preservation of desert plants in Central Asia

Date: 2016-06-05.

This newly published manual contains unique information and description of 120 plant species from 13 taxonomical families of flowering plants.

This newly published manual contains unique information and description of 120 plant species from 13 taxonomical families of flowering plants.

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A new initiative for sustainable water management in Uzbekistan

Date: 2016-05-30.

The inaugural workshop to launch the new program was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the EU Delegation to Uzbekistan, UNDP, GIZ Uzbekistan and partners.

The four-year project aims to contribute to sustainable and inclusive growth in the rural sector in Uzbekistan in the context of a changing climate and consists of 3 interconnected components.

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Cultivation of pistachio can be an investment in the future

Date: 2016-04-25.

ICARDA-led Knowledge Management CACILM II project organized pistachio tree planting on 23 April in Bostanlyk district of Tashkent region, Uzbekistan. Photo by Sanobar Khudoybergenova.

Pistachio tree planting event took place on 23 April in Bostanlyk district of Tashkent region, Uzbekistan.

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Institutional and legal aspects of rangelands development in Uzbekistan

Date: 2016-04-01.

Rangelands in Uzbekistan are one of the most important life-supporting natural ecosystems. Photo by Sanobar Khudoybergenova.

Rural households in Uzbekistan customarily invest into livestock as a secure way of savings. Surroundings of settlements and accessible watering points are normally used as grazing areas.

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Developing national capacity on vegetable grafting technology

Date: 2016-03-25.

12 young researchers of the Research Institute of Vegetable, Melon Crops and Potato were trained on vegetable grafting technology. Photo by Dr. Ravza Mavlyanova.

The greenhouse vegetable production in the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus (CAC) is significantly below its potential due to a number of biotic and abiotic factors, including soil diseases (fusarium and nematodes), causing significant damage to plants and yields.

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