“Smart” crops target malnutrition across Latin America and the Caribbean

11 April, 2011 by (comments)

Nutritionally-enhanced staples to be released in high-priority areas, aiming to improve children and women’s health, and farmers’ adaptation to climate change In a major drive to tackle malnutrition, farmers in some of the poorest parts of Latin America and the Caribbean are to receive a range of new, nutritionally-enhanced food crops. The improved rice, maize and beans—which also out-performRead More …

Filed Under: Crop diversity, Latin America and the Caribbean, Regions