Participatory breeding of superior, mosaic disease-resistant cassava: validation, promotion and dissemination. Final Technical Report.

Abstract

The aim of the project is to improve Ghanaian farmers’ access to a diversity of superior, disease-resistant cassava clones appropriate to the needs of farmers and other end-users, validating for the first time in Africa a participatory approach to breeding a major staple food crop which is propagated primarily vegetatively.

Citation

Gibson, R. Participatory breeding of superior, mosaic disease-resistant cassava: validation, promotion and dissemination. Final Technical Report. University of Greenwich, Natural Resources Institute, Chatham Marine, Kent (2005) 54 pp.

Participatory breeding of superior, mosaic disease-resistant cassava: validation, promotion and dissemination. Final Technical Report.

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