Nepal

Jeevatu is a consortium of beneficial and naturally occurring microorganisms in liquid form to prevent and treat crop diseases, preferably in organic farming systems.
Jeevatu is a consortium of beneficial and naturally occurring microorganisms, available in liquid form to prevent and treat crop diseases, preferably in organic farming systems.
Leasehold riverbed vegetable farming utilizes seasonally dry riverbeds for the market-oriented production of cucurbit vegetables.
The small-scale essential oil distillation unit (DU) is designed to distil essential oils from aromatic plants found in remote areas in Nepal.
Broomgrass (Thysanolaena maxima) is a perennial, high-value, non-perishable Non-Timber Forest Product (NTFP) that can grow on degraded, steep or marginal land.