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Togo. Davi (orphelinat).

Nikon D800E + Nikkor 55mm SC f1,2 (f2,8).




Dragonfly bagels on ski run

This is a tomato cheddar bagel

The best ever

Small but mighty

New local place inside blue angel only thurs-sun 7am-11am

Small batch

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ARICA 3

ARICA – Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa

ARICA 3 WAB 2076-WAC 1-TGR 1-B
•Rainfed Lowland
•High yielding over the best check (BW 348-1, NERICA L19, WITA 12)
•Grain quality (high milling recovery, low chalky, short cooking time)
•Suitable country (Mali, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Togo)
•Mali and Nigeria will proceed to variety release processes

A new generation of high-performing rice varieties has been launched by the Africa Rice Breeding Task Force under a new brand called “ARICA” – which stands for “Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa.”

The Breeding Task Force comprises international and national rice breeders from 30 African countries and operates as part of the Japan-funded project “Developing the Next Generation of New Rice Varieties for Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.”

Criteria of ARICA (Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa)
•Need to have advantages over the best check varieties in a region
•Advantages claimed should have clear basis of data accumulated in the prior trials, to ensure credibility of descriptions of a new variety.
•Evaluated in Breeding Task Force trials
•No need to go through all phases, if one decides to go through variety release system of a country

Procedure of nomination of ARICA
•AfricaRice shares data of trials with NARS partner.
•Based on the data provided together with their own, NARS select breeding lines to proceed to variety release in the country and inform AfricaRice of its decision.
•AfricaRice analyses all available data on the lines to be released and decides on ARICA nomination by communicating with the NARS.
•At the annual meeting of the Breeding Task Force, NARS will update on performance and characteristics of ARICA lines and status of variety release
.
Nomenclature
•No subtitle for environment
•Depending on the order of nomination, a new variety will receive the ARICA name if it fulfills all the criteria. The name does not indicate any ecology. e.g. ARICA 1 can be for any ecology

Photo : R.Raman, AfricaRice




ARICA 3

ARICA – Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa

ARICA 3 WAB 2076-WAC 1-TGR 1-B
•Rainfed Lowland
•High yielding over the best check (BW 348-1, NERICA L19, WITA 12)
•Grain quality (high milling recovery, low chalky, short cooking time)
•Suitable country (Mali, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Togo)
•Mali and Nigeria will proceed to variety release processes

A new generation of high-performing rice varieties has been launched by the Africa Rice Breeding Task Force under a new brand called “ARICA” – which stands for “Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa.”

The Breeding Task Force comprises international and national rice breeders from 30 African countries and operates as part of the Japan-funded project “Developing the Next Generation of New Rice Varieties for Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.”

Criteria of ARICA (Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa)
•Need to have advantages over the best check varieties in a region
•Advantages claimed should have clear basis of data accumulated in the prior trials, to ensure credibility of descriptions of a new variety.
•Evaluated in Breeding Task Force trials
•No need to go through all phases, if one decides to go through variety release system of a country

Procedure of nomination of ARICA
•AfricaRice shares data of trials with NARS partner.
•Based on the data provided together with their own, NARS select breeding lines to proceed to variety release in the country and inform AfricaRice of its decision.
•AfricaRice analyses all available data on the lines to be released and decides on ARICA nomination by communicating with the NARS.
•At the annual meeting of the Breeding Task Force, NARS will update on performance and characteristics of ARICA lines and status of variety release
.
Nomenclature
•No subtitle for environment
•Depending on the order of nomination, a new variety will receive the ARICA name if it fulfills all the criteria. The name does not indicate any ecology. e.g. ARICA 1 can be for any ecology

Photo : R.Raman, AfricaRice




ARICA 3

ARICA – Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa

ARICA 3 WAB 2076-WAC 1-TGR 1-B
•Rainfed Lowland
•High yielding over the best check (BW 348-1, NERICA L19, WITA 12)
•Grain quality (high milling recovery, low chalky, short cooking time)
•Suitable country (Mali, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Togo)
•Mali and Nigeria will proceed to variety release processes

A new generation of high-performing rice varieties has been launched by the Africa Rice Breeding Task Force under a new brand called “ARICA” – which stands for “Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa.”

The Breeding Task Force comprises international and national rice breeders from 30 African countries and operates as part of the Japan-funded project “Developing the Next Generation of New Rice Varieties for Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.”

Criteria of ARICA (Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa)
•Need to have advantages over the best check varieties in a region
•Advantages claimed should have clear basis of data accumulated in the prior trials, to ensure credibility of descriptions of a new variety.
•Evaluated in Breeding Task Force trials
•No need to go through all phases, if one decides to go through variety release system of a country

Procedure of nomination of ARICA
•AfricaRice shares data of trials with NARS partner.
•Based on the data provided together with their own, NARS select breeding lines to proceed to variety release in the country and inform AfricaRice of its decision.
•AfricaRice analyses all available data on the lines to be released and decides on ARICA nomination by communicating with the NARS.
•At the annual meeting of the Breeding Task Force, NARS will update on performance and characteristics of ARICA lines and status of variety release
.
Nomenclature
•No subtitle for environment
•Depending on the order of nomination, a new variety will receive the ARICA name if it fulfills all the criteria. The name does not indicate any ecology. e.g. ARICA 1 can be for any ecology

Photo : R.Raman, AfricaRice




ARICA 3

ARICA – Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa

ARICA 3 WAB 2076-WAC 1-TGR 1-B
•Rainfed Lowland
•High yielding over the best check (BW 348-1, NERICA L19, WITA 12)
•Grain quality (high milling recovery, low chalky, short cooking time)
•Suitable country (Mali, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Togo)
•Mali and Nigeria will proceed to variety release processes

A new generation of high-performing rice varieties has been launched by the Africa Rice Breeding Task Force under a new brand called “ARICA” – which stands for “Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa.”

The Breeding Task Force comprises international and national rice breeders from 30 African countries and operates as part of the Japan-funded project “Developing the Next Generation of New Rice Varieties for Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.”

Criteria of ARICA (Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa)
•Need to have advantages over the best check varieties in a region
•Advantages claimed should have clear basis of data accumulated in the prior trials, to ensure credibility of descriptions of a new variety.
•Evaluated in Breeding Task Force trials
•No need to go through all phases, if one decides to go through variety release system of a country

Procedure of nomination of ARICA
•AfricaRice shares data of trials with NARS partner.
•Based on the data provided together with their own, NARS select breeding lines to proceed to variety release in the country and inform AfricaRice of its decision.
•AfricaRice analyses all available data on the lines to be released and decides on ARICA nomination by communicating with the NARS.
•At the annual meeting of the Breeding Task Force, NARS will update on performance and characteristics of ARICA lines and status of variety release
.
Nomenclature
•No subtitle for environment
•Depending on the order of nomination, a new variety will receive the ARICA name if it fulfills all the criteria. The name does not indicate any ecology. e.g. ARICA 1 can be for any ecology

Photo : R.Raman, AfricaRice




ARICA 3

ARICA – Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa

ARICA 3 WAB 2076-WAC 1-TGR 1-B
•Rainfed Lowland
•High yielding over the best check (BW 348-1, NERICA L19, WITA 12)
•Grain quality (high milling recovery, low chalky, short cooking time)
•Suitable country (Mali, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Togo)
•Mali and Nigeria will proceed to variety release processes

A new generation of high-performing rice varieties has been launched by the Africa Rice Breeding Task Force under a new brand called “ARICA” – which stands for “Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa.”

The Breeding Task Force comprises international and national rice breeders from 30 African countries and operates as part of the Japan-funded project “Developing the Next Generation of New Rice Varieties for Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.”

Criteria of ARICA (Advanced Rice Varieties for Africa)
•Need to have advantages over the best check varieties in a region
•Advantages claimed should have clear basis of data accumulated in the prior trials, to ensure credibility of descriptions of a new variety.
•Evaluated in Breeding Task Force trials
•No need to go through all phases, if one decides to go through variety release system of a country

Procedure of nomination of ARICA
•AfricaRice shares data of trials with NARS partner.
•Based on the data provided together with their own, NARS select breeding lines to proceed to variety release in the country and inform AfricaRice of its decision.
•AfricaRice analyses all available data on the lines to be released and decides on ARICA nomination by communicating with the NARS.
•At the annual meeting of the Breeding Task Force, NARS will update on performance and characteristics of ARICA lines and status of variety release
.
Nomenclature
•No subtitle for environment
•Depending on the order of nomination, a new variety will receive the ARICA name if it fulfills all the criteria. The name does not indicate any ecology. e.g. ARICA 1 can be for any ecology

Photo : R.Raman, AfricaRice




Lomé (Togo)

gilles31490 posted a photo:

Lomé (Togo)




Lomé (Togo)

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Lomé (Togo)




Violet turaco (Musophaga violacea)

The violet turaco or violet plantain-eater (Musophaga violacea) resides in the tropical savannas, wetlands, woodlands and forests of tropical West Africa.
They are found from Senegal through to Nigeria and also an isolated population in Chad and the Central African Republic.
Averaging 45 - 50 cm in length, including a long tail.
Violet turacos are named for their rich purple feathers. The only turaco species without a crest, they showcase a bright red bill, yellow forehead and magenta crown.
Violet turacos are social birds, travelling in flocks of around ten to twelve individuals. They are quiet unmistakable, although often inconspicuous in the treetops.
Their diet consists of fruit, and they are quite partial to figs, but they will also eat leaves, buds, flowers, insects, snails and slugs.

De violette toerako (Musophaga violacea) leeft in de savannes en bossen van tropisch West-Afrika.
Ze worden gevonden van Senegal tot Nigeria en in een geïsoleerd gebied in Tsjaad en de Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek.
Gemiddeld zijn de vogels 45 à 50 cm lang, inclusief een lange staart. De violette toerako dankt zijn naam aan de paars gekleurde veren. Het is de enige soort toerako zonder kuif. Ze hebben een fel rode snavel, een geel voorhoofd en een roodpaarse kruin.
Het zijn sociale vogels in groepen van acht tot twaalf dieren, vaak onopvallend en stil aanwezig in boomtoppen.
Hun dieet bestaat uit fruit, vooral vijgen, maar ze zullen ook bladeren, knoppen, bloemen, insecten, en slakken eten.
Deze opname is gemaakt in de tropische vlindertuin Klein Costa Rica in Someren (Noord-Brabant oostelijk van Eindhoven).

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