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Present Status of Sweetpotato Breeding for Eastern and Southern Africa

This book chapter provides an overview of the status of sweetpotato breeding in eastern and southern Africa. It covers the main constraitns to the crop, previous breeding efforts and the lessons learned from these efforts, current breeding approaches and results.

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Authors: Regina E. Kapinga, Ted Carey

Subject: Status of Sweetpotato Research

Publication Date: 2013

Publisher: Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich

Format: pdf

Language: English

Keywords: East Africa, Southern Africa, Sweetpotato research

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Kapinga, R.E. and Carey, E.E., 2003. Present status of sweetpotato breeding for eastern and southern Africa. Sweetpotato post-harvest Assessment. Experiences from East Africa. Chatham, United Kingdom. NRI/CPHP/DFID/CIP/Ministry of Agriculture. Natural Resources Institute: The University of Greenwich. ISBN 0, 859554(548), p.2. Vancouver

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