Improving farmer livelihoods and food security through enhanced legume productivity in India and Myanmar

Published on 20 April 2011

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Start Date: 10 December 2010 | End Date: 31 December 2011

Overview

The overall goal of the project is to empower farmers and researchers in India and Myanmar to improve livelihoods through enhanced productivity of legume crops.

 

The main objectives are:

  1.  To enhance the productivity and production of legume crops (groundnut, chickpea and pigeonpea) through scaling up of  better adapted  cultivars and crop management technologies in target areas of India and Myanmar;
  2.   To evaluate and fine tune the seed production model developed to consolidate the  legume seed requirement of the country; and
  3.  To strengthen the capacity of partners (researchers and farmers) to develop, test and disseminate new varieties and crop management technologies that increase crop productivity and production

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One Response to “Improving farmer livelihoods and food security through enhanced legume productivity in India and Myanmar”

  1. tun shwe says:

    Dear Dr.Ranga,
    I would like to request to have for some documents for improving food legumes crops in myanmar (including projects, plans to date)
    Best wishes,
    tun shwe

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