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When Ugandan farmer Eveline Aryemo first tried the NABE 15 improved bean variety, she did not know that this seed contained superior abilities to not only tolerate drought conditions and diseases common in her farm but also triple yields, writes Caroline Mwongera of the International Center for Tropical Agriculture. Photo: Pixabay. (File photo). -. Climate smart agricultural practices (CSA), as defined by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, are approaches that help to transform and reorient agricultural and food systems ... Read more ». See What Everyone Is Watching. -. Which Climate-Smart Technologies Will Pay Off for Farmers? -. Which African Countries Attended the U.S. Jerusalem Embassy Bash? Full story

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