Introduction of Tomato Grafting Technology in Tanzania

Introduction of Tomato Grafting Technology in Tanzania

Tomato growers in Tanzania’s Morogoro region find it difficult to market their produce and other highly perishable crops for several reasons. Much of their produce never reaches consumers because inadequate storage or transportation. Other times, items cannot be sold...
From Lab to Farm

From Lab to Farm

The Innovative Agricultural Research Initiative (iAGRI) develops innovative solutions and technologies aimed at improving food security and nutrition in Tanzania through two pathways. The first is through scaling up with work by long-term training participants by...
2016 Collaborative Research Workshop

2016 Collaborative Research Workshop

The 2016 Collaborative Research Workshop was held on April 28th-29th at the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) at the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA). The workshop provided an opportunity for iAGRI-funded workshop projects to share findings, lessons...
Soil Treatments for Saline-Sodic Soils Produce High Rice Yields

Soil Treatments for Saline-Sodic Soils Produce High Rice Yields

High soil salinity on irrigated land results causes an estimated crop loss of 27.3 billion USD per year globally. Traditional irrigation schemes in Tanzania are often plagued poor infrastructure and inadequate water circulation resulting in soils with high salinity...