New partnerships expand ICRAF’s reach

New partnerships expand ICRAF’s reach

Adding to its network of more than 1,000 partnership organizations, ICRAF has formalized three new collaborations...

‘Beating Famine’ participants commit to fighting land degradation

‘Beating Famine’ participants commit to fighting land degradation

The 500-plus participants in the Beating Famine Conference have endorsed a declaration that commits them to reversing land degradation across Southern Africa.

A Great Green Wall for Southern Africa?

A Great Green Wall for Southern Africa?

A proposed new partnership led by the African Union could help put an end to southern Africa's land degradation crisis.

Indonesian agriculture isn’t as ‘green’ as planned

Indonesian agriculture isn’t as ‘green’ as planned

Oil palm is one of the commodity crops researchers say is not as 'green' as was planned

Rapid, low-cost technologies generate high-value soils information for planners and farmers

Rapid, low-cost technologies generate high-value soils information for planners and farmers

As we celebrate the international year of soils smallholder farmers face a risky decision in what type & how much fertilizer to apply to their crops

Agroforestry World Blog

Annual Report 2013-2014



The 2013-2014 Annual Report highlights some of the key achievements of the organization including the highly successful 3rd World Congress on Agroforestry in Delhi, India and the launch of India’s National Agroforestry Policy. It also covers the role of agroforestry in improving food security in developing countries and some of the innovative ways of working that the organization has developed.


Publications

Liu, J. Heiskanen, J. Aynekulu, E. Pellikka, P.K.E.
2015 Seasonal variation of land cover classification accuracy of Landsat 8 images in Burkina Faso The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume XL-7/W3, 2015, p455-460
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Nocita, M. et al.
2015 Soil spectroscopy: an alternative to wet Chemistry for soil monitoring. Advances in Agronomy 132:139-159
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ParCiMon and LAMA-I team
LUWES News Bulletin Vol.2
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Guo L, Dai J, Wang M, Xu J, Luedeling E.
2015. Responses of spring phenology in temperate zone trees to climate warming: a case study of apricot flowering in China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 201: 1-7
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