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Dudutech is an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) business which researches, produces and provides on-farm technical support for an extensive range of our own biological control agents. Established in 2001 as a research hub we have rapidly grown into a global biotechnology business, employing leading entomologists and microbiologists to develop solutions to reduce pesticide usage on our farms globally.
We promote the biodynamic agriculture concept by: 1. Training courses in biodynamic agriculture for farmers, consumers, engineers and government staff. Courses covers all aspects of the agriculture chain; 2. Providing all the required services, consultancy, farm management, documentation etc. to enable biodynamic farms to be inspected by international auditors; 3. Applied research projects in the field of biodynamic agriculture; 4. Cooperation with international authorities and organizations ...
Falcon Citizen League (FCL) is involved in encouraging farmers to become organic producers. FCL has an organic market in Mauritius. it has a Bio-organic cooperatives society LTD. FCL produce and market his own natural soil enricher / herbal insecticide “Zero Budget Natural Farming”. FCL is engaging in providing training in Organic farming to poor families. FCL has started to promote Organic Family Farming in the Republic of Mauritius together with Women Association, Small Farmers Welfare Fu...
Farmcity Trust is a charitable trust that aims to increase access to healthy vegetables for everybody. We use agriculture as a tool to develop entrepreneurship capacity in the Youths of today, so we can build the Agripreneurs of tomorrow. On our Learning Farm based in Mauritius, we cultivate a variety of food crops organically. We also conduct tours and workshops for participants of all ages that introduces them to the basics of organic cultivation, engages them in important discussions aro...
In 2016, we took over management of a 5000 hectare farm which has been in the Manager's family since 1986. We are converting to producing according to organic principles and inspired by permaculture. We are currently growing a variety of fruits and vegetables including: coffee, mangos, avocados, pineapples, cocoa, cucumber, coconut, soursop, and baobab.
The Moroccan Association of Organic Production Chain Value (AMABIO) was created in 2010. Its mission is to define and implement together with the government a strategy for the future development of organic agriculture. It also offers technical assistance to farmers and engages in the extension of good practices. Moreover, AMABIO promotes the consumption of moroccan organic products both nationally and internationally.
FENAB is an apolitical, non-denominational non-profit association. It was created in March 2008. It is open to all organizations of producers, sellers, processors, consumers and support organizations working for the development of organic agriculture in Senegal. It is open to African integration.
The mission of FENAB is to:
• To change the mentality of the populations in the direction of the promotion of the biological products;
• Restore soil fertility, restore the equilibrium of ecosyste...
The Food and Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (FAREI) has been established on 14 February 2014 as per the FAREI Act 2013 t It operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Agro Industry and Food Security. The Institute has the responsibility to conduct research in non-sugar crops, livestock, forestry and to provide an extension service to farmers in Mauritius including its outer islands. Objectives and Strategy Introduce, develop and promote novel technologies in the food and non-...
We have developed smart farmers using Hydroponics Growing Tunnels, to grow leafy greens.Our online monitoring makes use of Artificial Intelligence and image recognition to monitor all plant activities from Nutrients dozing to disease detection, as well as ensuring the growing conditions and environment are optimal for the plants 365 days of the year. Only making use of organic nutrients and not pesticides or fertilizers.
Agronome, Expert en productions biologiques et systèmes de garanties.
je suis basé à Sokodé au centre du Togo au service du développement de l'agriculture biologique et écologique à travers les fonctions et activités suivantes dans nos communautés :
-Facilitateur SPG (Systèmes Participatifs de Garantie) dans le cadre du projet OM4D d'IFOAM-OI et ses partenaires au Togo. La mission consiste à accompagnée le développement des initiatives SPG au Togo et dans le monde pour contribuer à valorise...
Le MoBioM est une union de 32 Coopératives de producteurs. Depuis 2005 date de sa création, MoBioM a connu un développement important autant sur l’adhésion (nombre de coopératives et de producteurs) que sur la progression du volume des produits bio des différentes filières : Coton, Sésame, Karité, Mangue, Noix de Cajou et les céréales.Nos coopératives membres sont constituées de 3800 producteurs avec 20% de femmes. Dans le cadre de la diversification, nous avons initié aussi en 2016 la produc...
Namibian Organic Association (NOA), is a membership-based association of farmers, consumers and other organisations, with the aim of developing the Organic sector in Namibia. The Association has developed the Namibian Standards for Organic Production and introduced a Participatory Guarantee System to assess producers, which gives an organic guarantee to Namibian consumers.
Involved in organic agriculture since 1999, Njaka RAJAONARISON was among the initiator of the national organic movement named MADABIO since 2004. He is providing training, technical support and consulting services (value chain development, access to market informations, business linkages...) for producers, exporters and importers.
Madagascar is the fourth biggest island in the world and is renown because of its mega biodiversity. There is a lot of opportunities in or...
Capacity building funded by donors and dissemination of research finding via annual conferences. We have had 7 annual conferences in various universities located in different parts of the country. Our major source of income comes include annual members dues . On average, participants in each conference is 50 and that amount to about 50,000 naira (equivalent of about US$300). However, sale of annual proceeding is normally income to off-set LOC expenditure. The annual conferences take place Se...
Development of technologies for organic agriculture, dissemination of technologies, support of farmers organisations in production, certification issues and commercialisation.