“Latin America has enormous land resources and abundant water, and its rice production is technically advanced
For four decades, rice scientists at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) have been developing an ideal rice plant type for the region’s changing needs
Patricia Guzmán and Salomé Tupa deliver on the promise of women’s hard-won leadership in a traditionally male-dominated rice sector
For 20 years, FLAR has been the primary force behind the region’s rice technology development and it is looking forward to future challenges
Scientists at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) are crunching big data to avoid great economic losses for rice growers
In the battle against a voracious rice pest, Ecuadorean farmers’ best ally could be the snail kite
The Santa Rosa Experiment Station in Colombia is where all new rice varieties are rigidly scrutinized before they reach farmers’ fields across Latin America
Hybrid rice could play an important role in food security, especially in poor countries in the tropics, where population is soaring and agricultural areas shrinking.
Competitiveness is the name of the game for Uruguayan rice farmers
The country’s rice sector is working hard to regain its strength expanding culture of innovation
With its rising national rice production, Peru is now Latin America's most important rice producer after Brazil
Asia Rice Foundation USA is making students aware of the unique opportunities in rice research
Mexico is primed to restore the lost glory of its rice industry
This small country on the east coast of South America is now firmly on the rice radar.