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02 July 2019, Rome, Italy – While Norway’s Minister of Agriculture and Food, Olaug Bollestad met the Secretary of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, Kent Nnadozie, at
146 Contracting Parties Rome, Italy, 08 July 2019 – Today, Georgia becomes the 146th member of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, 90 days after the Georgian government deposited their...
The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (also known as the "Plant Treaty") is one of the fastest growing treaties, now boasting a membership of 145 Contracting Parties, including the European Union, with...
Dubai: A Dubai-based gene bank containing the world’s largest collections of genetic material of heat- and salt-tolerant plant species has officially been made available to farmers, plant breeders and scientists for the sustainable production of food from plants around the...
Community Seed Bank Serves 1000s of Smallholder Farmers 5 – 6 March 2019, Hoima, Uganda – In the seven months since the Hoima Community Seed Bank was established, it has become a repository of local and regional food crop diversity for...
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