This section gives descriptions of methods by which the Tanzania breeding programme obtained necessary information to decide main selection criteria for new cultivars and also reports on main study findings. As a conclusion, limited information exists in Tanzania on the preferences of consumers and traders. However, the methods described here could be useful to other national programs.
Authors: Regina Kaping, Simon Jeremiah, E.J. Rwiza, Debbie Rees, Regina Kaping, Simon Jeremiah, E.J. Rwiza, Debbie Rees
Subjects: Trader and consumer preferences
Publisher: Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich
Publication Date: 2003
Rights: Permission for commercial reproduction should be sought from the Managing Editor University of Greenwich
HOW TO CITE
Kapinga, R. E., Rees, D., Jeremiah, S.C. and Rwiza, E. J. (2003). Trader and consumer criteria for selection of sweet potato varieties. In: Sweet potato Post-harvest Assessment. Experiences from East Africa. (Eds Rees, D., van Oirschot, Q. and Kapinga, R.), Natural Resources Institute, Chatham, UK. pp. 23 - 36.