VFRC in the News

VFRC Executive Director to Give Keynote Speech at Symposium

Prem Bindraban, VFRC Executive Director, will present the keynote speech at the Stamicarbon 13th Urea Symposium to be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, May 9-12, 2016.

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Micronutrients Stakeholder Workshop

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VFRC Publishes Paper on Selenium Fertilization and Human Health

The VFRC has published a paper, "Selenium fertilization strategies for bio-fortification of food: an agro-ecosystem approach."

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VFRC Publishes Co-Authored Article

“Nanotechnologies for increasing the crop use efficiency of fertilizer-micronutrients” addresses issues related to micronutrient deficiency in soils – and, thus, food crops.

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VFRC Generates High-Resolution Soil Micronutrient Maps

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VFRC Publishes Signature Paper

The VFRC recently released its signature paper, “Revisiting Fertilizers and Fertilization Strategies for Improved Nutrient Uptake by Plants.”

 

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How Tackling Hidden Hunger Can Start in the Soil

Micronutrient-enriched fertilizers can help tackle hidden hunger, says Dr. Prem Bindraban, executive director of the Virtual Fertilizer Research Center (VFRC).

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VFRC Activities Address Soil Health

The Virtual Fertilizer Research Center (VFRC) together with its mother organization IFDC and the International Soil Reference and Information Center (ISRIC)-World Soil Information, held a training in Rwanda on database management for geo-spatial analysis. 

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VFRC Research Published in Journal of Nanoparticle Research

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VFRC Releases Report on Micro-organism/Plant/Soil Relationships

January 6, 2014 – WASHINGTON, D.C., USA – The Virtual Fertilizer Research Center has released the first paper in its 2014 series of reports that explore the basis of the Center’s research agenda. The report, “Beneficial Organisms for Nutrient Uptake,” written in cooperation with scientists from Wageningen University and Research Center, describes organisms with which plants can have beneficial relationships.

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