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Extending new cassava technology - the Lab-to-Land Program in southern India



Extending new cassava technology - the Lab-to-Land Program in southern India



Cassava in Asia, its potential and research development needs Proceedings of a regional workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, 5-8 June, 1984: 365-372



Against the background of development of the Lab-to-Land Program in southern India, and the work of the Central Tuber Crops Research Institute, the paper discusses a particular cassava-based programme. Its aim was to popularize two new cassava hybrids, Sree Vishakom (H-1687) and Sree Sahya (H-2304), using groundnut as an intercrop. 200 small and marginal farmers in Kerala and Tamil Nadu took part in each of two phases.

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