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Quality declared planting material: Protocols and standards for vegetatively propagated crops

The QDPM process has been developed to guide the production of clean, disease free planting material of vegetatively reproduced crops. Its overall goal is to raise the physiological and phytosanitary quality of the plant reproductive materials available to smallholders, and as a consequence, to increase agricultural production and productivity. It is meant to be implemented primarily by seed producers at community level or field extension workers.

 

Authors: Juan Fajardo, NeBambi Lutaladio, Michael Larinde, Cadmo Rosell, Ian Barker, Willy Roca, Enrique Chujoy, Juan Fajardo, NeBambi Lutaladio, Michael Larinde, Cadmo Rosell, Ian Barker, Willy Roca, Enrique Chujoy

Subjects: Quality Declared Planting Material

Pages: 1

Publisher: International Potato Center (CIP) / FAO

Publication Date: 2010

Keywords: Quality Declared Planting Material

HOW TO CITE

Fajardo, J., Lutaladio, N., Larinde, M., Rosell, C., Roca, W. and Chujoy, E. 2010. Quality declared planting material: protocols and standards for vegetatively propagated crops. FAO, Rome (Italia).