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Report of the Sweetpotato Support Platform – W.A.

SASHA project uses the following Breeding Approach in West Africa:

  • Population improvement program at a sub-regional level
  • Link with participatory varietal selection at the national level

          -Theme attribute – Less sweet sweetpotato (unsweetpotato)

          -Reduced perishability

Authors: Ted Carey, Ebenezer Obeng-Bio, Richard Atuna, Francis Amagloh, Eric Dery, Eric Owusu, Kwabena Asare, Yussif Alhassan, Daniel Akansake, Kwadwo Adofo, Kwabena Acheremu, Koussao Some, Solomon Afuape, Jude Njoku, Erna Abidin, Ted Carey, Ebenezer Obeng-Bio, Richard Atuna, Francis Amagloh, Eric Dery, Eric Owusu, Kwabena Asare, Yussif Alhassan, Daniel Akansake, Kwadwo Adofo, Kwabena Acheremu, Koussao Some, Solomon Afuape, Jude Njoku, Erna Abidin

Contributors: Luka Wanjohi, Luka Wanjohi

Subjects: Demand-Driven Breeding and Germplasm Distribution

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Publisher: CIP

Publication Date: June2015

Keywords: SASHA, SSP-WA, Sweetpotato, Sweetpotato Support Platform - W.A., Sweetpotato Support Platform West Africa