Tagged with "Agrochemical Use Reports"

  • National Sustainability Curriculum for Pepper embraced by the Vietnamese government

    Crucial steps to sustainably produce pepper in Vietnam achieved. Together with our partners within the Vietnamese taskforce on Pepper and Agrochemicals, a National Sustainability Curriculum for Pepper has been developed…

    National Sustainability Curriculum for Pepper embraced by the Vietnamese government
  • Strengthening the Linkages of Pepper Production in Vietnam

    Pepper has been present in 95 countries and territories around the world and it is currently one of the main seven export agricultural products in Vietnam. In 2016, Vietnam’s pepper…

    Strengthening the Linkages of Pepper Production in Vietnam
  • Transitioning 6 million farmers to zero budget natural farming

    IDH India has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Rythu Sadhikara Samstha (RySS) – a not-for-profit established by the Andhra Pradesh government to support the transition of 6 million farmers…

    Transitioning 6 million farmers to zero budget natural farming
  • Reducing environmental impact in the flowers sector

    With increasing attention on the impacts of agrochemical use in the global production of flowers, and broader market demands for improved environmental practices, the Floriculture Sustainability Initiative (FSI) is taking…

    Reducing environmental impact in the flowers sector
  • A success story from a pepper province – Dak Lak, Vietnam

    A project to develop a sustainable pepper supply chain has greatly surpassed its set goal in the Dak Lak province in Vietnam. In total 341 households got Rainforest Alliance (RA)…

    A success story from a pepper province – Dak Lak, Vietnam
  • SSI-I trains 20,000 farmers in India to produce 30,000 MT of sustainable spices in 2017-18

    Expanding its engagement at the field level, Sustainable Spices Initiative – India (SSI-I) reached 20,000 spice farmers across India to train them on sustainable agricultural practices in 2017-18, producing 30,000…

    SSI-I trains 20,000 farmers in India to produce 30,000 MT of sustainable spices in 2017-18