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VISION

Be a leading Plant Genetic Resources and Horticultural Research Group of excellenceRead More »

MISSION

In pursuing excellence in Africa in its core functions of generating knowledge on plant genetic resources and using it to improve people’s liveRead More »

OUR CORE VALUES

Integrity, punctuality, freedom, quality,Read More »

RECENT NEWS & EVENTS

Scientific research facing the challenges of sustainable production and the valorization of the tomato in a context of climate change

As part of the promotion of the tomato sector in West Africa, a consortium of agricultural research institutes is organising a scientific symposium from 27 to 29 July 2022.The main objective of this meeting between researchers and other actors working on tomato in the sub-region is to capitalise on research achievements and technological innovations.

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BIOVALOR: A new partnership for bio economy and entrepreneurship at the Faculty of Agronomic Sciences of the University of Abomey-Calavi

From 8 to 13 November 2021, a technical meeting was held to establish contact, plan and prepare for the launch of the Biovalor project: « Strengthening the skills approach and entrepreneurial culture in higher agronomic training: levers for professional integration and the development of the bio-economy in Benin ».

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Our Projects

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KaritéPlus

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GENES

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CLEONOMICS

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MoBreed

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AGROECO

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Sweet Potato

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TAERA

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TAVI

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Latest Publications

Incidence and severity of aphid-transmitted viruses and horticultural performance of habanero pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq) breeding lines in Benin.

Zohoungbogbo, H. P.F., Achigan-Dako, E. G., Honfoga, J., Lin, S. W., Lin, T. H., Wang, Y. W., Chan, Y. L.; Hanson, P. & Barchenger, D. W. (2022). Incidence and Severity of Aphid-transmitted Viruses and Horticultural Performance of Habanero Pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq.) Breeding Lines in Benin. HortScience, 57(5), 606-612.

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