SOJAGNON Benin and its partners organize a knowledge sharing and dissemination workshop for the Applied Research Fund project Doyiwé, on December 28, 2018.
The cultivation of Kersting’s groundnut (KG), a well appreciated food crop in Benin, is challenged by poor agronomic practices and lack of quality seeds leading to low yield and poor quality products. Following a science-based value chain approach, this project “Enhancing Kersting’s groundnut (Macrotyloma geocarpum) production and marketability in Benin (Projet Doyiwé)” aims to co-create quality seeds of consumer-preferred KG varieties and enhance market linkages in order to enhance KG’s production and market value in Benin.
On December 28, 2018, the consortium partners of this Applied Research Fund (ARF) project organize a knowledge sharing and dissemination workshop.
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