Certified training in precision agriculture applied to crop

The certified training in precision agriculture applied to crops is a two-week program providing participants with advanced digital tools and techniques for managing crop production. Topics include (i) basic knowledge of crop production, (ii) drones, sensors and crop production, (ii) management of farmers organizations using digital tools, and (iii) an introduction to digital agripreneurship. Target […]

Certified training on quality seed production and post-harvest seed operations

The certified training on quality seed production and post-harvest seed operations aims to enhance the expertise of professionals, scientists, and technicians in development and research institutions. The training covers seed policies, regulations, variety evaluation, release, registration, maintenance, quality management, large-scale multiplication systems, processing, storage, marketing, distribution, field and laboratory techniques, quality assurance, monitoring, control, and […]

Certified training in post-harvest management of horticultural crops

The certified training in post-harvest management of horticultural crops is a two-week program designed to support smallholders, subsistence farmers, research assistants, and students involved in horticultural crop value chains. It provides efficient post-harvest tools for reducing losses. The course is created for participants in the West African horticultural sector, but key tools for post-harvest losses […]

Certified training in molecular plant breeding

The certified training in molecular plant breeding is a one-month internship in the molecular breeding program, focusing on hands-on activities for product development. Upon completion, trainees will be able to design and execute breeding programs using molecular tools. We make sure that our trainees understand the stages and components of a molecular breeding program, the […]

Certified training in genomics and bioinformatics

The certified training in genomics and bioinformatics is a six-week on-site course covering theoretical and practical knowledge related to DNA, DNA & RNA-based techniques (extraction and quantification, PCR, Real-Time PCR, gel electrophoresis), polymorphism of simple sequence repeats, protein extraction and analysis, DNA sequencing, diagnosis of pathogenic diseases, and mutation detection. The course includes bioinformatics lectures […]

Certified training in horticultural crop production

The certified training in horticultural crop production is a six-week on-site course covering essential topics related to sustainable and environmentally friendly crop production. This training aims to provide participants with theoretical and practical knowledge on growing horticultural crops—from seed sourcing to harvesting. Participants will learn various options for sourcing seeds, successful nursery practices, types of […]

Post-harvest biology and value chains enhancement

Post-harvest biology and value chain analysis are important and complement the other research areas to convince food producers on the benefit of adopting the technologies we develop. Post-harvest losses for major fruits and vegetables are high in sub–Saharan Africa. Different technologies have been developed by researchers but most of them are not financially accessible to […]

Crop production and agro-ecological intensification

In order to ensure the practical application of our research findings, we focus on designing appropriate and climate-resilient agronomic practices for sustainable crop production. The transition from modern agriculture to ecologically intensified production in both urban and rural areas has been a central topic in scientific debates. However, the significance and roles of plant genetic […]

Plant ecophysiology

Plant ecophysiology is a crucial dimension of our research, focusing on studying the interaction between plants and their environment, including the underlying physiological mechanisms. This facet of our work is of paramount importance as it enhances our understanding of how crops, including fruits, vegetables, cereals, and legumes, respond to various abiotic and biotic factors. This […]

Seed Science and technology

The conservation of plant genetic resources necessitates a keen understanding of plant storage behavior and seed germination ecology. Deciphering the physiological mechanisms and ecology of seed germination is a primary objective, aiming to design effective conservation strategies for both crops and their wild relatives. This knowledge serves as a prerequisite for both in situ and […]

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