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Therefore, new varieties need to provide farmers with important agricultural innovations which help them to sustainably increase yield and profitability.
Some areas explored include standards governing agricultural innovation, innovation in cropping and farming systems, implications of quality-driven market innovations for small-scale farmers, and innovation and governance of rural territories.
This spring, the museum is launching the Agricultural Innovation and Heritage Archive, reaching out to farmers, ranchers and American agri-business to preserve America's agricultural heritage and build a collection that reflects modern agricultural practices.
China and the foundation run by philanthropist Bill Gates on Wednesday struck a deal to work together on new health and agricultural innovations for poor countries around the world.
Agriculture is emerging as a solution to mitigating climate change, reducing public health problems and costs, making cities more livable, and creating jobs in a stagnant global economy," asserts Danielle Nierenberg, senior researcher and codirector of Worldwatch Institute's Nourishing the Planet project, a two-year evaluation of environmentally sustainable agricultural innovations to alleviate hunger.
It will be also an opportunity for participants to exchange experiences and ideas on ways to develop agricultural innovation.
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, demonstrates the Centre's research outputs.
The AIC focus is on agricultural innovation, including production, related physical and human capital infrastructure, and leading-edge agriculture research.