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Celebrating 30 Years of Outstanding Agricultural Research and Shaping the Future of Scientific Excellence

Hohenheim Palace, Schloß Hohenheim, Stuttgart   Agrinatura General Assembly Meeting and Workshop 2018: Celebrating thirty years of outstanding agricultural research and shaping the future of scientific excellence for sustainable development     writtent by Agrinatura Student Reporter (Viviane) What could be tmore natural than an idyllic setting to celebrate thirty years of action, cooperation and promotion of scientific excellence, located at the edges of the Hohenheim Gardens, with its mysteries and rich history. University of Hohenheim palace
May 15, 2018
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Diversification of Rice Cropping Systems in Kampong Thom

  First featured story of Agrinatura students doing a research in developing countries   Are you a young student scientist interested in how does it look like to work in international environment in a developing country? Continue reading then…   Diversification of Rice Cropping Systems in Cambodia   A MSc ACT student of Montpellier SupAgro and Universita di Catania, Pierre Vernet, is doing a master thesis research in Cambodia focusing on diversification of rice cropping systems in Kampong
May 16, 2018
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An Interview with Farmers and A Game Preparation

A continuation of student stories how it is to do a research in a developing country.   It has been more than a month now when arrived to Cambodia and a lot of things happened during these last four weeks. I am living near the Boh Knor station in Kampong Cham province with colleagues from the Conservation Agriculture Service Center (CASC). I took part at international workshop on the role of mechanisation in strengthening smallholder’s resilience throughout conservation
May 18, 2018
Daniel Nyere
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Young Kenyan entrepreneur gets inspiration from SLU

Daniel Nyere is like other students in Africa or elsewhere. He is a student at JKUAT, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, in Kenya taking electrical and computer engineering courses. The only unique thing is that, by coincidence, he got an excellent idea and became an entrepreneur with focus on insects, more specifically a maggot which is the larvae stage of house flies, in order to produce animal feed used by farmers afterwards. The initial idea came along with
May 31, 2018