Helping lulo and blackberry producers be more competitive through participatory selection of elite clones, integrated crop management and strengthening value chains

Published on 17 May 2011

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Start Date: 1 May 2007 | End Date: 31 May 2010


Through the application of various methodologies and techniques to improve the yield and quality of crop production, this project aims to help blackberry and lulo (naranjilla) producers become more competitive. Approaches include the selection and clonal propagation of elite germplasm, the identification of pest resistance among varieties, the development of biological control techniques, and the training of producers in in vitro breeding and integrated crop management.

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