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Evaluations/Assessments | March 1, 2010

Reducing Food Insecurity Through Technology Transfer—Macropropagation (Uganda)

C3P Crop Crisis Control Project

This brief describes the impact of banana Xanthomonas wilt in Uganda and the development and use of macro-propagation as a low-cost and farmer-centered technology to produce clean banana-planting material. The brief discusses the technology and provides practitioner oriented lessons learned.