Growing sugarcane productivity and sustainablity by increasing its resiliance to climate change and disease. Partners and collaborators: Earlham Institute (UK), Cenicaña (Col).
Impact So Far
Analysis of varieties of sugarcane found in other parts of the world, such as China, India and Papua New Guinea, to determine whether new varieties can improve the Colombian crop and support its resilience.
To work with sugarcane producers to develop sustainable farming practices that produce higher yields whilst at the same time improving the biodiversity of the soil for wider conservation gain.
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