China Potato GAP 2013-2016 : results of a public private partnership on innovation of potato production in China
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Corné Kempenaar, Annette Pronk, Anton Haverkort, Geert Kessel, Jean-Marie Michielsen, Frank de Ruijter, Sicko de Vries, Dianqiu Lyu, Shuming Wan, Yong Li, Guoquan Fan, Yanju Bai, Fanxiang Min, Mei Guo, Shu Zhang, Shuai Yang, Zhenyu Liu & Yunfei Gao
|Auteur(s)||Kempenaar, Corné ; Pronk, Annette ; Haverkort, Anton ; Kessel, Geert ; Michielsen, Jean-Marie ; Ruijter, Frank de ; Vries, Sicko de ; Lyu, Dianqiu ; Wan, Shuming ; Li, Yong ; Fan, Guoquan ; Bai, Yanju ; Min, Fanxiang ; Guo, Mei ; Zhang, Shu ; Yang, Shuai ; Liu, Zhenyu ; Gao, Yunfei|
|Wageningen : Wageningen Plant Research|
|1 online resource (PDF, 105 pages) illustrations|
|Wageningen Plant Research report (679)|
|Toelichting (Engels)||Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) are practices to apply for in on-farm production and post-production processes, resulting in safe and healthy food and non-food agricultural products, while taking into account economic, social and environmental sustainability. Introduction of GAP will help Chinese agriculture to increase the yield and quality of potatoes grown in China. Increase of potato yields and quality is one of the food security priorities in the Chinese agricultural policy. The Netherlands has much experience with GAP in potato. Both countries have expressed interest to cooperate in the field of GAP potato with the aim to exchange knowledge and technology, and to jointly develop and adept innovations. In this report, we describe results of a Sino-Dutch Potato GAP project, with public private partners from both countries and running from 2013 to 2016. The outline of the R&D program in China potato GAP project was developed in several meetings between Dutch and Chinese research institutes and companies before 2013. In 2013, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Heilongjiang Academy of Agricultural Science (HAAS) and the Dutch Potato GAP consortium to cooperate on at least five topics between 2013 and 2016.|