Horticulture Innovation Lab in Cambodia

As part of Feed the Future, the Horticulture Innovation Lab has conducted research in Cambodia focused on food safety, building vegetable value chains, promoting conservation agriculture practices, integrating livestock systems with horticulture, improving local seed systems, and advancing local expertise in horticulture and postharvest.

This page includes links to Horticulture Innovation Lab research projects, major partners and partner organizations based in Cambodia, along with blog articles and information products with a focus on horticulture in Cambodia.


Building trust in food systems – here and in Cambodia

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What is the role of trust in our food system? It can be easy to forget that trust is a critical first step in many agricultural relationships. Establishing trust between actors in a food system has been critical for a project in Cambodia focused on increasing availability of safe vegetables for Cambodian consumers.

Nine new Trellis Fund projects awarded

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The Horticulture Innovation Lab has announced nine new projects led by organizations in Africa and Asia as part of its Trellis Fund program.

Following vegetables from field to market in Cambodia

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While in Cambodia, I visited a project working with women vegetable farmers who have been successfully practicing conservation agriculture. As a postharvest specialist, I have been advising the team remotely about postharvest handling and low-cost technologies.

Event: International postharvest symposium in Cambodia

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Cambodia will be the setting for the International Society for Horticultural Science’s third “Southeast Asia Symposium on Quality Management in Postharvest Systems.” The symposium will be Aug. 13-15 in Siem Reap.