CIAT scientists innovate using GPR technology

CIAT scientists innovate using GPR technology

CIAT’s Phenomics Platform scientists can now study crop roots directly in the field using non-invasive technologies, that is, without a direct contact with the roots to avoid damage. The use of this technology known as “ground-penetrating radar (GPR)” offers...
How Can Ugandan Farmers Ease South Sudan Hunger Crisis?

How Can Ugandan Farmers Ease South Sudan Hunger Crisis?

This is post is part of our climate campaign in Africa. The story has appeared in several news outlets including Associated Press, the New York Times and others.   Earlier this year, South Sudan fell victim to the first famine declared since 2011. Almost six million...
The Eyes of a Drone, an agronomic revolution at CIAT

The Eyes of a Drone, an agronomic revolution at CIAT

Last October, the CIAT Phenomics Platform Team from the Agrobiodiversity Area conducted the “Drones for Agriculture” course, with the purpose of training staff from different programs at the Center, who were interested in getting acquainted with the remote...

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