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Record number 389469
Title Sustainable potato production: guidelines for developing countries
Author(s) Lutaladio, N.; Ortiz, O.; Haverkort, A.J.; Caldiz, D.O.
Source Rome : FAO - ISBN 9789251064092 - 94
Department(s) Agrosystems
Publication type Book aimed at the general public
Publication year 2009
Keyword(s) solanum tuberosum - aardappelen - gewasproductie - agronomie - landbouwplantenteelt - plantenziektekunde - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - ontwikkelingslanden - tropen - subtropen - solanum tuberosum - potatoes - crop production - agronomy - crop husbandry - plant pathology - sustainability - developing countries - tropics - subtropics
Categories Potatoes / Tropical Crop Husbandry
Abstract During the International Year of the Potato, celebrated in 2008, FAO and CIP helped forge partnerships worldwide to address critical aspects of sustainable potato production. This technical guide collates that experience to review technical, socio-economic, policy and institutional factors that currently constrain increased potato production and productivity in tropical and subtropical countries. It presents Good Agriculture Practices relevant to potato production, and indicators and recommendations for action in key areas, from the utilization of potato biodiversity and improvements in seed systems, to soil management, insect pest and disease control and opportunities for value addition. It outlines a new policy and research agenda for the potato subsector that aims at making a real contribution to the eradication of hunger and poverty.
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