Bioversity video: Tropical fruits in Asia (and not only)

Many of our readers may not be aware that Bioversity scientists and staff are increasingly using video clips to communicate, and disseminate information about their research projects and initiatives. Project sites and stories told by farmers and partners involved in these projects are featured in these videos.

These videos are made available to the public via our YouTube account. Currently we have over 20 videos, and this number will continue to grow. One of our latest videos looks at the work Bioversity International is doing with local communities to safeguard and use the diversity of tropical fruits to increase incomes, preserve local culture and identity and improve nutrition and health.  Make sure you take some time to look at the other videos you can find on the Bioversity You Tube Channel

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Maintained by staff at Bioversity International Library, this blog aims to provide readers with updates on new information resources within the field of plant genetic resources (PGR), agrobiodiversity and conservation; [with a little fun thrown in as well].
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