Fruit and vegetable production involves a range of species with different requirements regarding soil quality and other specific site conditions. Prior knowledge of these conditions can help select the most suitable fruit and vegetable crops and reduce production risks.
In the fourth year of its implementation, the dynamic of the RELOAD research network becomes more and more visible: 19 contributions were presented by young RELOAD scientists at the Tropentag conference, which took place in Vienna, Austria, September 18-21, 2016.
Mr. Sirawdink Fikreyesus Forsido from Jimma University, Ethiopia, presented his work at the 7th Jimma University annual research conference, which took place on March 31 and April 1, 2016. He won an award for the best oral presentation for his presented work on nutritional diversity.
- Pro-poor livestock research and development
- Getting pineapples from the field to the market
- Facilitating cooperation along dairy supply chains
- Stakeholder platforms: connecting actors in supply chains
- PhD students of Egerton University write for farmers
- PhD student Muchilwa wins UNIKAT ideas competition 2015
- Solar cooling device for small-scale dairy farmers
- Graduation of a RELOAD MSc student at Jimma University
- RELOAD at the 1st African Symposium on Mycotoxicology