Study of Benefits of Improved Cassava and Sweet Potato Varieties in Zambia
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- Eric Crawford and Steven Haggblade, FSRP
- Martin Chiona, ZARI
- Atushi Suzuki and Matian Ndhlovu, FoDiS (Food Crop Diversification Support Project)
- To assess the economic returns to research and extension on improved varieties of cassava and sweet potato
- To draw lessons regarding future research and extension on these crops
- Draft research outline
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