DAPIS: “Designing appropriate agronomic and processing practices for pineapple supply chains in Benin (DAPIS)” Funded by: science division within the Netherlands Organizations for Scientific Research (NOW)/(WOTRO) through the Applied Research Funds (ARF), Duration: 36 months (October 2015 – September 2018 with extension until September 2019). Cost: € 272644 Aim: Pineapple producers, fresh pineapple exporters, traders and…
Utilizing the genome of the vegetable species Cleome gynandra (spider plant) for the development of improved cultivars for the West and East African markets A. Popular summary Spider plant is a traditional leafy vegetable with a great potential for improving health and nutrition in Africa. The project aims to develop high-yielding and nutrient-rich spider plant…
Mobility for plant genomics scholars to accelerate climate/smart adaptation options and food security in Africa (GENES) is financed by European Union EACEA and will last 4 years. Main objective GENES Project aims at increasing the number of trained and qualified high-level molecular plant breeders in Africa through integrated intra-African program Specific Objectives: 1) Produce for…
The Enhancing training and research mobility for novel crops breeding in Africa (MoBreed) is funded by the European Union. The aim of this project is to improve the profile of plant breeders in Africa with a focus on orphan species For more information, click here Link :
Early fruiting in Synsepalum dulcificum (Schumach. & Thonn.) Daniell juveniles induced by water and inorganic nutrient management
Dèdéou Apocalypse Tchokponhoué, Sognigbé N’Danikou, Iago Hale, Allen Van Deynze, Enoch Gbènato Achigan-Dako. Early fruiting in Synsepalum dulcificum (Schumach. & Thonn.) Daniell juveniles induced by water and inorganic nutrient management
Diversity in smallholder citrus orchards and cultivation bottlenecks: research avenues for improved production in Benin, West Africa
Akohoue F., Segnon A.C., Achigan-Dako E.G. 2017. Diversity in smallholder citrus orchards and cultivation bottlenecks: research avenues for improved production in Benin, West Africa. Experimental Agriculture [First View]
Certificate delivery ceremony to participants of the market gardening techniques and practices training organized by the GBioS Laboratory.
On September 5th, 2017, at the laboratory of Genetics, Horticulture and Seed Sciences, where organize a ceremony to grant the participants of the trainee on
GBioS together with three other universities in Africa won a second Intra-Africa project known with the acronym ‘’GENES’’ with the title: Mobility for plant genomics scholars to accelerate climate-smart adaptation options and food security in Africa. Total cost: Euro 1,399,800
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