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Registration of field activities: a tool for improvement of cultivation of Arabica coffee in Huong Hoa District, Vietnam



Registration of field activities: a tool for improvement of cultivation of Arabica coffee in Huong Hoa District, Vietnam



ASIC 2004-20th International Conference on Coffee Science, Bangalore, India, 11-15 October 2004: 914-921



The project "Improvement of coffee quality and sustainable coffee production in Vietnam', sponsored by SaraLee-Douwe Egberts and Kraft Foods, is introducing crop registration to farmers of Arabica coffee in Huong Hoa district, Quang Tri Province, Vietnam. This crop registration, or Fieldbook, is an addition to the activities of the Farmer Field Schools, a participatory form of extension that was recently introduced in the area.

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