Updated Jun 18, 2019

Improved African indigenous vegetable seed varieties

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https://horticulture.ucdavis.edu/project/nutrition-african-vegetables

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Improved African indigenous vegetable seed varieties

Amaranths; Madiira 2, AC 45 and Ex- zan Spider plant; PS, ML-SF-23, and ML-SF-15 African nightshade; Ex hai, SS 52 and SS 04.2
Amaranths; Madiira 2, AC 45 and Ex- zan Spider plant; PS, ML-SF-23, and ML-SF-15 African nightshade; Ex hai, SS 52 and SS 04.2
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Stage 4: Transition to Scale

Focus Areas:

Seeds & Stock

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Implemented In:

Zambia and Kenya

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Countries Implemented In
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Problem

Lack of access to improved, high nutrient African indigenous varieties

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Solution

Distributes evaluated seed varieties to smallholder farmers through project

Target Beneficiaries

Smallholder farmers

Competitive Advantage

Higher nutrient content, better yields

Milestone

Date Unknown
New Country Implemented In
Kenya
Date Unknown
New Country Implemented In
Zambia