The IRRI-Nepal partnership boasts of key achievements such as improved crop management and productivity, more rice information sources, better rice varieties, and capacity building
Convincing Vietnamese rice farmers to use less pesticide came down to letting them see the benefits for themselves
Public and private institutions have come together to find solutions to the challenges faced by the rice sector
Myanmar is all set to regain its former stature as the world’s top rice exporter
A project in Myanmar is giving farmers a say on what they want in a rice variety
Crop scientists have discovered a gene in rice that promotes a deeper root system, which could significantly improve the crop’s resistance to drought
With an ever-evolving pathogen and changing climate, scientists continue to improve defenses against bacterial blight
Three women in India are taking up new challenges beyond their traditional roles
Truong Thi Thanh Nhan doesn’t look like a typical farmer, but she is proving to be a powerful "engine" for growth in Vietnam’s farming communities
Under the scorching sun and cloudless skies, farmer Prabhawati Devi builds her oasis using a rice variety that defies the drought that often parches her land
The IRRI Pioneer interview series: K.L. Heong
A low-cost solar bubble dryer has been developed to help farmers dry their rice efficiently.
A comprehensive action plan to transform rice farming into a vibrant and profitable business
A leading authority on plant evolutionary and ecological genomics confronts the misconceptions about Golden Rice with cold, hard facts.
A new design of a rice hull furnace has not only improved grain quality, but has also made drying cleaner and easier.
The widespread use of small engines for water pumps and boat motors gave rise to profound changes in the Mekong Delta
Green Super Rice is making its way to farmers’ fields