Northern Uganda experience food insecurity due to lack of vines to plant, finances and long dry seasons that desiccates planting materials. This presentation outlines the Triple S approach as it is used to scale and build cadre of trained extensionists to monitor its adoption. It concludes with challenge that require urgent attention including need for seed root production, use of clean planting material, and triple s calendar development.
Authors: Sam Namanda, Kyalo R., Charles Musoke , Sylvia Magezi , Robert Mwanga, Jan W. Low, Sam Namanda, Kyalo R., Charles Musoke , Sylvia Magezi, Robert Mwanga, Jan W. Low
Contributors: Administrator, Administrator
Publisher: International Potato Center
Publication Date: September 10, 2014
HOW TO CITE
Namanda, S., Mwanga, R., Kyalo, R., Low, J., Musoke, C. and Magezi, S. 2014. PROMOTING USE OF TRIPLE â€˜Sâ€™ METHOD IN NORTHERN UGANDA (DEVELOPING AND DISSEMINATING BIOFORTIFIED CROPS (DDBC) PROJECT). International Potato Center (CIP).