Agronomy Solutions for Farmers

In the Global South

We offer a comprehensive and diverse portfolio of Agronomy Solutions, from delivery to transformation to innovation to organization.

Explore our Comprehensive Agronomy Solutions Hub (CASH) to learn more.

Driven by ONE CGIAR

Impact Areas

We target multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) across five One CGIAR Impact Areas. Working with others to contribute to the following targets:

How We Work

We deliver Agronomy Solutions in agroecological zones through the following:

Use Cases

We currently work with multiple Use Cases

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The Excellence in Agronomy Initiative aims at developing and delivering agronomy at scale solutions based on demand from scaling partners.
Such demand is then formulated and operationalized around Use Cases.
A Use Case has the following components and characteristics:

  1. An active scaling partner with and active scaling network, reaching tens of thousands of smallholder farming households.
  2. A defined zone of influence, defined in geographical, agricultural value chains, and farming systems terms.
  3. A well-described agronomy product, including technical content and end-user profiles.
  4. Participation of key service providers who will facilitate the uptake of above solution.
  5. Agreement on a co-creation process with the demand partner in relation to the technical content, user interface/experience.
  6. Development of a turnkey version of the solution generated, made accessible to other demand partners interested in this solution.

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Making a Difference

Across the Global South

Our impact on agronomic gain as we serve farmers in the Global South is significant. By developing and deploying innovative agronomic practices, we are helping farmers to produce more food with fewer resources, while also improving the sustainability and resilience of their agricultural systems.
Here are some specific examples of our impact:


Yield, Yield Quality and Profitability


Climate Adaptation, Yield Stability and Reduced Risk


Resource Use Efficiency (nutrients, water, labour)


Soil Health