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Delivering and Disseminating Biofortified Crops in Uganda: CIP/HarvestPlus mid-term report 2012

This is the first year of the project, “Delivering and Disseminating Biofortified Crops in Uganda,” which started in January 2012. The project is implemented by partners the International Potato Center (CIP), HarvestPlus, Makerere University, Department of Agricultural Production, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (MAK), the National Crops Resources Research Institute (NaCRRI) of the National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO), and a private company, BioCrops Uganda Limited. This is the mid-term report of the project.

Authors: Robert Mwanga, Gerald kyalo, Jan W. Low, Gorrettie Ssemakula, Settumba Mukasa, David Talengera, Robert Mwanga, Gerald kyalo, Jan W. Low, Gorrettie Ssemakula, Settumba Mukasa, David Talengera

Contributors: Robert Mwanga, Robert Mwanga

Subjects: Dissemination of orange-fleshed sweetpotato

Pages: 20

Publisher: International Potato Center

Publication Date: December 30, 2012

Rights: Free access

Keywords: Biofortification, Biofortified crops, Disssemination, HarvestPlus, Uganda

HOW TO CITE

Mwanga, R.O.M.; G. Kyalo, J. Low, G. Ssemakula, M. Settumba, and D. Talengera. 2012. Delivering and Disseminating Biofortified Crops in Uganda. Mid-term Report. International Potato Center (CIP), Nairobi.