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Unnat Krishi – German Government and Embassy in Delhi visit Village Project

Dec 4, 2014

Women farmers’ knowledge regarding appropriate use of fertilizers, micronutrients, seed and crop protection has increased substantially after three seasons of agronomic advice on soil fertility and training. Representatives of the German Government and German Embassy in Delhi invited on the Unnat Krishi Village Project. more

Village Project Unnat Krishi – Own plots demonstrate women farmers success

Nov 27, 2014

After three seasons of agronomic advice on soil fertility and training for women farmers in the Village Project Unnat Krishi first results of the project were presented at the International Conference on Research on Food Security, Natural Resource Management and Rural Development “Tropentag 2014” in Prague, Czech. more

Successful transfer of knowledge as part of the project “Growth for Uganda”

Oct 16, 2014

At an event organised by the Institute of Applied Plant Nutrition (IAPN) in Göttingen, Christine Kyomugisha from the Sasakawa Africa Association introduced the concept of the Farmer Learning Platforms. more

Take it to the Farmer – Centenary of the Birth of Dr. Norman Borlaug in Uganda

Aug 12, 2014

From 7th to 11th of July K+S was invited to Uganda to take part on a series of events to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Dr Norman E Borlaug, the Nobel Laureate and prior President of the Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA). more

„Growth for Uganda” project: Starting signal for the operation of the mobile training centre at Entebbe

Feb 26, 2014

With the official handover of the mobile training centre to the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries and to Sasakawa Africa Association-Global 2000 Uganda, the practical work of the joint “Growth for Uganda” project will start. more

Development Cooperation: K+S KALI GmbH participates in a Village Development Project in rural India

Feb 4, 2014

“Unnat Krishi”, literally meaning ‘improved agriculture’, is the title of a joint project between K+S KALI GmbH and IRRAD in India. Following the signing of the grant agreement in June 2013, the project area was now further evaluated. This survey indicated a clear need. more

“Growth for Uganda”: K+S KALI GmbH hands over mobile training centre for smallholders in Uganda

Oct 23, 2013

Today, with the handover of the mobile training centre, the involvement of K+S KALI GmbH in the Sasakawa Global Agriculture 2000 Project (SG2000) will enter its next phase. more

„Growth for Uganda”: K+S KALI GmbH is committed to food security in Uganda

Sep 19, 2013

Following the starting point in April, the project was officially launched in Uganda on 19th July in the presence of the Ugandan Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Rwamirama Bright, and Dr. Ernst Andres, Member Board of Management K+S KALI GmbH. more

A Thriving Research Partnership

May 22, 2013

The Institute of Applied Plant Nutrition IAPN – a co-operation between the University of Göttingen and the K+S KALI GmbH – continues to grow and to thrive. This was the unanimous opinion of both the representatives of the University and of the K+S KALI GmbH at their meeting in Göttingen, on 15 April 2013. more

„Growth for Uganda“ – K+S KALI GmbH launches Aid Project in Africa

Apr 29, 2013

K+S KALI GmbH and the NGO Sasakawa Africa Association announced the launch of their joint “Growth for Uganda” African project. The goal is to develop agricultural consultancy services in the East African country. more

Interview with Prof. Dr. Gransee, on the foundation of the Institute of Applied Plant Nutrition – IAPN

Nov 18, 2010

The head of the K+S KALI GmbH’s Agricultural Consultation Department provides background information on the institute and its intentions. more

University of Göttingen and K+S KALI GmbH set up joint research institute

Nov 12, 2010

A joint research institute, founded by the University of Göttingen and K+S KALI GmbH, will from now on focus on practice-oriented research on plant nutrition. more

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