Bangladesh’s rice farmers recovering from Cyclone Mohashe will receive free seed of flood-tolerant rice from IRRI.
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An international research hub has opened in Hanoi, Vietnam to develop climate-smart farming technologies for SE Asia.
Tanzanian farmers can now boost rice production with the release of two new high-yielding varieties.
By planting flowers around their rice paddies, women farmers in Vietnam are saving 42% on insect control costs.
The President of the Philippines visited IRRI to learn about rice research and its impact.
The pursuit to rein in hunger with the development of a “cutting-edge” rice of the future has received a financial…
Feathers in the Fields: The Birds of IRRI is open at Riceworld Museum at IRRI headquarters in Los Baños, Philippines.
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IRRI and Syngenta have signed a cooperation agreement for the second phase of the Scientific Know-how and Exchange Program.
Dr. J.K. Ladha, an internationally acclaimed scientist and rice research leader, will now represent both India and Nepal, with more…
Scientists have pinpointed a gene that enables rice plants to produce around 20% more grain by increasing uptake of phosphorus.