Low-cost storage of fresh sweet potatoes in Uganda; lessons from participatory and on-station approaches to technology choice and adaptive testing. Outlook on Agriculture, 29 (4): 275-282.
This was the final phase of the \"Non-grain starch staple post-harvest and technology transfer project: uganda\" under which there was a commitment to the Government of Uganda until 31 August 1995. The project was concerned with the validation of needs-assessment methodologies through case studies on the most important commodities in the country: cassava, sweet potato and cooking banana. Adaptive research in support of these needs-assessment studies was initiated as appropriate. Related project: R6317. This project was previously under R5079.
Hall, A.J. and Devereau, A.D. Low-cost storage of fresh sweet potatoes in Uganda: lessons from participatory and on-station approaches to technology choice and adaptive testing. Outlook On Agriculture (2000) 29 (4) 275-282. [DOI: 10.5367/000000000101293347]