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    Currently, INIAP owns the Experimental Farms: "Tumbaco" in the province of Pichincha, "Dr. Hugo Vivar Ochoa "in the province of Loja, and" Palora "and" Domono "in the province of Morona Santiago. Since its creation, INIAP has been carrying out important work in the field of scientific research, which has allowed the generation, validation and transfer of knowledge and technologies that have contributed unquestionably to the increase in production and productivity of the main agricultural items from the country; Through the delivery of 217 varieties and hybrids in 33 different crops.

    Quito, Ecuador
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The Department of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare (DAC&FW) is one of the three constituent Departments of the Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, the other two being Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries (DAHD&F) and Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE). This Department is headed by Agriculture & Farmers Welfare Minister and is assisted by three Ministers of State.

    New Delhi, India
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Indian Institute of Farming Systems Research was established by renaming Project Directorate for Farming Systems Research by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi at Modipuram, Meerut (Uttar Pradesh). Earlier,It was named as Project Directorate for cropping System Research and the project was operating as All India Coordinated Agronomic Research Project (AICARP) since 1968-69 to coordinate agronomic research at national level.

    Pavli Khas, India
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The Farmland Irrigation Research Institute (FIRI) was funded in Beijing in 1959 and moved to Xinxiang in Henan Province in 1963. FIRI has 83 academic staff and 65 supporting and administrative staff. And 24 of them have obtained doctoral degree and 52 master degree. The FIRI is committed to applied and basic research in developing new technologies for farmland irrigation and drainage.

    Henan Sheng, China
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The Institute of Cotton Research (ICR) of CAAS is China’s only state-level organization for professional cotton research. Focused on basic and applied research, ICR organizes and presides over major national cotton research projects addressing significant science and technology-related issues in cotton production. The institute coordinates international cooperation and exchanges about cotton research, cultivates high-level talent to advance cotton technology, and facilitates the transfer of new technologies to cotton farmland.

    Wenfeng Qu, China
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Bangladesh soil and climatic conditions is suitable for growing wide range of both tropical and temperate crops. The major crops cultivated in the country are rice, wheat, maize, sugarcane, potato, jute, pulses, oilseeds, spices and vegetables. Cereals and potato production fulfils the country�s...read more

    Dhaka, Bangladesh
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    KIRAN (Knowledge Innovation Repository of Agriculture in the North East) is a user platform instrumental in harnessing the power of scientific knowledge and technology innovation for strengthening agricultural production systems in NE Region through dynamic partnership and convergence among the...read more

    New Delhi, India
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Web application that allows Teagasc clients to record financial and other data about their enterprise on an annual basis, and to benchmark this against best practice and produce management reports on their farm�s performance.read more

    Oakpark, Ireland
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Web application that is a grassland management decision support tool and a mechanism to capture background data on farms. PastureBaseIreland stores all grassland measurements in a common structure. This will allow the quantification of grass growth and DM production (total and seasonal) across...read more

    Oakpark, Ireland
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Saturas is an SME from Israel that has developed a sensor system to accurately deliver an indication of water status and determine precise irrigation levels. 95% of farmers irrigate land without any scientifically based information leading to significant overwatering and lowering potential yields. Overwatering drowns crops reducing the quantity and quality of yields. Water is becoming scarcer and more expensive as pressure on supplies continue to increase.

    Israel
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Saturas is an SME from Israel that has developed a sensor system to accurately deliver an indication of water status and determine precise irrigation levels. 95% of farmers irrigate land without any scientifically based information leading to significant overwatering and lowering potential yields. Overwatering drowns crops reducing the quantity and quality of yields. Water is becoming scarcer and more expensive as pressure on supplies continue to increase.

    Israel
    • Farming Practices and Systems