Supply Capacity - Argentina
Increase soybean production in Vietnam by incorporating advanced farming techniques and producing improved varieties by using mutagenesis, the marker-assisted selection, and transformation and germplasm enrichment.
The project looks forward to training and transferring knowledge on bovine and porcine cloning Technology.
The program aims to explore IPM technology and pest surveillance, biological control and application of GIS for pest management in Argentina for its application in Thailand.
The project aims to enhance the capacity of experts, scientists and other stakeholders to ensure food security and food safety in the Philippines and Argentina, through developing best practices and technologies on vegetable production focused on crop protection and improvement of the quality of vegetables.
The project aims to equip organizations and institutions in the cattle sector in Cambodia with qualified human resources trained in the implementation of basic process technologies for the improvement of production systems.
Through the implementation of this project it is planned to conduct workshops on SPS measures and train Cambodian staff on inspection issues; to develop a database system for SPS network; and to understand the application of SPS measures in Argentina.
Strengthening staff capacities of the National Veterinary Research Institution on disease diagnosis, disease surveillance, investigation, response and research.
The implementation of this program is directed to improve milk production, productivity and quality as well as agro-industrial processing in the central region of the country.
Knowledge and experience exchange in milk production and the manufacturing of dairy products to promote advanced technologies among small producers which can contribute to income increase.
A Project between Argentina and Brasil to exchange knowledge and experiences to facilitate the access of small producers of sunflower and cassava into appropriate technologies. It is expected to result in production growth with a special consideration to the awareness of technical and environmental sustainability. Moreover, it promotes value-added products enabling rise household income.
The cooperation agreement between Argentina and Brazil aims to strengthen the Leather Department through training the technicians, management and institutional regionalization.
The project aims to enhance capacities and provide technical assistance in the textile industry.
The project aims to achieving Ecuador´s certification of FMD-free status through land planning, surveillance, epidemiology control and vaccination planning.
The program intends to facilitate the development of milk production and to strengthen the links of existing agroindustrial chains.
Through the project the implementation of a primary food processing safety management system is strengthened.
The goal of the project is to strengthening the skills of instructors in the application of processing technology machineries and Tools.
The project aims at developing native plant varieties with ornamental potential from native genetic resources.
Increasing productivity levels of narrow cotton crop at the Nataima International Center is the primary objective.
The goal of this project is to strengthen research on pastures and silvopastoral systems and develop management alternatives through trials and evaluation methodologies.
This project looks forward to training professors, researchers, undergraduate and graduate students in bio-conservation strategies for the improvement of the quality of meat and meat products through the exchange of research techniques, research activities and teaching methodologies and with a focus on the application of lactic bacteria to improve the sanitary quality and safety of meat.
Support is given to strengthen technical cooperation between the two countries on good management, manufacturing practices, traceability, biosafety and active and passive epidemiological surveillance for avian Influenza.
The program aims to strengthen the potato chain (production, marketing, and processing) to satisfy the national demand and to ensure the sustainability of the sector. It also attempts to validate potato varieties which are suitable for local agro-ecological conditions.
The program aims to validate crop management practices.
It aims at typifying sugarcane secondary metabolites as inductors of acquired systemic resistance, which are generated during the process of production of sugarcane vitroplants by temporary immersion systems.