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Growing Greener Cities in Latin America and the Caribbean

This report looks at progress made in “growing greener cities” in Latin America and the Caribbean – cities in which urban and peri-urban agriculture is recognized by public policy, included in urban development strategies and land-use planning, supported by agricultural research...[En savoir plus]

Pesticide residues in food 2013. Joint FAO/WHO Meeting on Pesticide Residues (FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper 219)

The annual Joint Meeting of the FAO Panel of Experts on Pesticide Residues in Food and theEnvironment and the WHO Core Assessment Group on Pesticide Residues was held in Geneva, Switzerland, from 17 to 26 September 2013. The FAO Panel of Experts had met in preparatory sessions...[En savoir plus]

Pollination services for sustainable agriculture. Field Manuals

A key element of any organism’s pesticide risk is its natural history, and the routes by which it may be exposed to pesticides in foraging and nesting activities. In this respect, a series ofpresentations on the natural history of wild bee groups and pesticide exposure were...[En savoir plus]

Proceeding from the FAO Expert Workshop on Perennial Crops for Food Security

This publication presents the latest research in perennial crop breeding and programmes, and provides direction on where the field of perennial crop is heading. Many production systems and agricultural practices are no longer sustainable today as their effects on soils, water,...[En savoir plus]

A policymakers' guide to crop diversification: The case of the potato in Kenya

The potato is an important crop in Kenya, with a production in 2010 of around 1 million tonnes. The tuber is attracting great interest as one possible answer to the multiple challenges the country faces, including hunger, poverty and climate change. With some 800 000 potato...[En savoir plus]

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