A new study by scientists from the World Agroforestry Centre warns that the introduction of new crops without tried and tested evidence about their viability could be counter-productive.
The apple industry is steadily growing in Malawi, particularly in the hilly areas of Mphompha in Rumphi district in the north of the country, according to an article in BNL Times.
The hardy and multipurpose neem tree holds tremendous potential in sustainable farming systems across the world.
An increasing number of women’s groups in rural Costa Rica are involved in tree planting and agroforestry initiatives to combat deforestation and land use changes.
Increasing interest in the health benefits of Moringa is likely to see a boost in production in Ethiopia.
A new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) outlines the lack of climate change adaptation strategies being implemented in both developed and developing countries.
Indian farmer, Mr. C. Rajasekaran is successfully powering an irrigation pump using oil from the seeds of Punnai trees (Calophyllum inophyllum) grown on his farm.
Forests play a vital role in the hydrological cycle and in reducing water-related risks.
Making payments for ecosystem services (PES) schemes fairer and more inclusive for small scale farmers and local communities relies on practical solutions that benefit ecosystems and the local peop
An overwhelming 43 per cent of the world’s agricultural land includes some form of agroforestry, according to a new study by the World Agroforestry Centre.