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Good Agricultural Practices for greenhouse vegetable crops - Principles for Mediterranean Climate Areas

This publication capitalizes on the experience of scientists from the North Africa and Near East countries, in collaboration with experts from around the world, specialized in the different aspects of greenhouse crop production. It provides a comprehensive description and...[more]

Policy Support Guidelines for the Promotion of Sustainable Production Intensification and Ecosystem Services

Conservation Agriculture is actually applied on about 10% of the world’s cropland and adoption is growing fast. However, it is not growing fast enough to face the challenges ahead, such as the need to eradicate hunger and food insecurity for a growing population and to address...[more]

Save and Grow: Cassava - A guide to sustainable production intensification

This guide is the first on the practical application of FAO’s “Save and Grow” model of agriculture to specific smallholder crops and farming systems. It comes as cassava production intensificies worldwide, and growers shift from traditional cultivation practices to monocropping,...[more]

FAO Wheat Rust Diseases Global Programme

Wheat is a source of food and livelihoods for over 1 billion people in developing countries. A major staple food crop in many countries, it is an important source of nutrition while drought, floods and diseases severely affect wheat production. Wheat production in Northern and...[more]

Guidance on weed issues and assessment of noxious weeds in a context of harmonized legislation for production of certified seed

Noxious weeds are a threat to sustainable crop production intensification. For this reason, crop seeds in general, and certified seeds in particular, should be free of weed propagules. Nearly zero tolerance is the rule for noxious weeds, which are weeds specified by law as being...[more]

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