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Creating more Plant doctors
27/07/2022
Author : Dr Rajkumar, Ms Kavitha and Dr R Rengalakshmi

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Enhancing knowledge with hands-on trainings
24/06/2022
Author : Dr Jotirmayee Lenka (ICAR-IISWC) & Ms Sangeetha Rajeesh (MSSRF)

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Challenges in brackish water shrimp aquaculture and its impact on the agrarian community
23/06/2022
Author : Dr. Pratheepa C.M (MSSRF), Mr. Nagarajan R Durai (University of Madras) & Dr. Rengalakshmi (MSSRF)

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Tackling an invasive pest
29/04/2022
Author : Kavitha VP

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Plant clinics to the rescue
01/04/2022
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Heard of plant clinics before? Plant clinics have evolved as a new approach to solving crop-related problems at the field-level. Plant clinics diagnose pests and diseases in any crop and provide appropriate advice to farming communities. It started as community-driven model, conducted in a common location and accessible to all farmers in the village.

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Nature at the Centre of Decision making: Setting Priorities for achieving Sustainable Development Goals – Part 1
01/10/2021
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This blog gives a bird’s eye view on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their linkages to Biodiversity. It also examines the Indian experience in Biodiversity conservation and management in accordance with the SDGs, taking Forest management as a special case referring to SDGs 12, 15 & 2.

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Nature at the Centre of Decision making: Setting Priorities for achieving Sustainable Development Goals – Part 2
01/10/2021
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The first part of the blog has discussed the SDGs in general and in relation to the International Biodiversity Governance regime. The second part focusses on the Indian experience in achieving the SDGs in relation to the set Biodiversity Targets.

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Land degradation and coastal agriculture: history and restoration targets
14/09/2021
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Land degradation is driven by both natural and manmade processes involving numerous complex factors. One-third of the land in India is under the threat of degradation This degraded land covers

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Drought-tolerant perennial trees rescue pollinators in rural areas
27/08/2021
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The global decline of insect pollinators is part of a larger global catastrophic decline of insects and arthropods in general. Though there are many reasons,

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