This newly published manual contains unique information and description of 120 plant species from 13 taxonomical families of flowering plants.
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.
Pistachio tree planting event took place on 23 April in Bostanlyk district of Tashkent region, Uzbekistan.
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.
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.
6-9 November, 2016 the "1st International Agrobiodiversity Congress" will be held in New Delhi, India.
The Regional Program for Sustainable Agricultural Development in Central Asia and Caucasus was initiated in 1998, and operates as a consortium of eight National Agricultural Research Centers (NARS), eight Centers of the Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research (CGIAR consortium members) and three additional advanced research institutions (non-CGIAR consortium members).