3 edition of Seed potato systems in developed countries found in the catalog.
Seed potato systems in developed countries
Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-116).
|Contributions||International Potato Center.|
|LC Classifications||SB211.P8 Y63 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 116 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||91188629|
Developed and submitted by: The International Potato Center. International Potato Center (CIP). Annex A. Assumptions for Estimating the Impact of the Implementation of the Seed Potato Roadmap in Five Countries in Eastern Africa A more efficient and responsive seed system will improve production, distribution, use, and. This book addresses five major themes on sweetpotato and potato: policies for germplasm exchange, food security and trade in Africa; seed systems; breeding and disease management; post-harvest management, processing technologies and marketing systems; nutritional value and changing behaviors.
This guide has been developed to assist Designated Authorities (DAs) in the operation of their seed potato certification service and to encourage standardisation in the operation of seed potato certification services between DAs. The guide is also intended to assist countries that are not implementing the Standard to establish a seed potato. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 9 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands FUTURE NEEDS IN POTATO POST-HARVEST TECHNOLOGY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES* R.H. BOOTH and W.G. BURTON International Potato Center, Apartado , Lima (Peru) (Accepted 2 June ) ABSTRACT Booth, .
The «Hail to potato» company is a large seed-production farm which specializes in production of seed and ware potato using modern technologies and provides consultations on seed potato cropping. The present book covers complete details of potato cultivation and processing in proper manner. This book is Dormancy of Seed Potatoes, Varieties with Short Dormancy Period, Varieties with Medium Multiple/Inter-Cropping Systems, Potato Based Cropping Systems in .
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The basic outline of the seed system used in Europe and North America for potato was developed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and has its roots in how seed potatoes are grown in the Andes (Shepard and Claftin ; Frost et al.
Considerable advances were made in the s, when both pathogen testing and potato micropropagation became : Gregory A. Forbes, Amy Charkowski, Jorge Andrade-Piedra, Monica L. Parker, Elmar Schulte-Geldermann.
This book provides basic knowledge on how to produce, multiply and use propagation material in seed potato production and supply systems world wide. Healthy, vigorous seed tubers are essential in potato production. Producing them used to be expensive and difficult.
Case studies of institutional seed potato production systems in Canada, Great Britain and the Netherlands are presented. Background information on areas, yields and cultivars grown, consumption, utilization, trade, the processing sector and market infrastructure and regulation is given for the potato industry of each country.
The organization of each system and practices relating to seed potato Cited by: 5. Different systems of seed potato multiplication have been initiated in potato growing developing countries in the world, including Sub-Sahara Africa (Monares ; Potts and Nikura ; Crissman et al.
), resulting in different scales of success. In spite of the many efforts with regards to seed potato system improvement, potato farmers in Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia still identified seed.
Identification of entry points for potato system improvement 20 Zooming in on seed potato quality improvement 20 Improving the quality self-supply seed potatoes through positive selection 21 Investigating the mechanisms behind the effects of positive selection on seed potato quality In most developing countries, however, seed systems were first established following developed country standards for cereals and grains, promoting the use of certified seed under a formal seed system.
This has led to very low use (less than 10%) of certified potato seed in most developing countries. in seed potato production. Seed potato systems in developed countries book This book is organized into chapters. Chapter one introduces the potato and its significance to the Kenyan economy, the challenges faced and legal provisions supporting its growth, research, seed multiplication and marketing.
Chapters two and three considers different seed systems, sources of seed and seed degeneration. minituber production in industrialized Asian countries. CIP has developed an. This study aimed to analyze the seed potato systems in Ethiopia, identify constraints and prioritize improvement.
However, Japan has a well developed seed potato production system, which is lacking in other East Asian countries. On the other hand, China is the world’s largest potato producer and has abundant cheap labour.
Thus, Japan could become a major supplier of seed potatoes to other countries, whereas China could be the major exporter of table and. This chapter of the compendium will trace the potato from its origins in developed regions to practical techniques to incorporate it into the diet and economy of developing nations.
Introduction The potato is a critical essential food in developing countries claiming fourth place after rice, wheat and corn. Get this from a library. Seed potato systems in developed countries: Canada, the Netherlands, and Great Britain. [Nick Young; International Potato Center.].
Developed countries created certified seed programs to solve this problem (Formal Systems). But in developing countries, those formal systems have not had the expected results.
Small farmers use as potato seed the tubers harvested on their farm. Or those obtained from neighbors or in local markets (Informal Systems).
This is a list of countries by potato production inbased on data from the Food and Agriculture Organization Corporate Statistical Database.
The total world production for potatoes in wasmetric tonnes. China was by far the largest producer, accounting for % of world production. Dependent territories are shown in italics. POTATO SEEDS Growing from true seed. Most people don’t know how to do it, or if they do do it, they mess up on one or more of the sequence.
The main thing is, in the old days, especiallythey tried to promote a potato seed thing. Some seed companies had it. It was mostly F-2 Katahdin. People, especially nurseries. (This is the reason the seed potatoes you buy at the nursery are “Certified Disease Free” planting stock.) Breeding a New Variety of Potato Onion.
After I developed my original Green Mountain Potato Onion, I was quite proud that I had increased the size of the bulbs at least three-fold.
I thought I was quite “cool.”. In the developed potato producing countries, the formal seed system is predominant (Table 1). The potato seed systems are well organized; regulations exist to control the seed business and seed health and the private sector has strong participation (Gildemacher et.
Seed potato production system in other countries. (a) Minitubers. (b) Microtubers. (c) The Netherlands General Inspection Service for Agricultural Seeds and Seed Potatoes (NAK) inspects.
rican system in which seed potatoes are grouped into four classes (genetic, basic, registered and certified) that vary with respect to their tolerance to diseases. Genetic seed potatoes are those obtained by vegetative multiplication of a cultivar, under the responsibility of a breeding institute, and maintained with a high degree of genetic.
In Kenya there is a very large commercial opportunity in the production of certified seed potatoes. The demand for and commercial price of clean potato seed tubers is far higher than potatoes for the food it was established that Kenya only produces about 1% of the potato seeds needed every year by potato Farmers countrywide.
Description This book is based on papers presented at the Ninth Triennial African Potato Association Conference, Naivasha, Kenya, 30 June-4 July The book focuses on the policies for germplasm exchange, food security and trade in Africa, seed systems, breeding and disease management and postharvest management, processing technologies and marketing systems of potato and sweet potato.
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Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is grown in over countries throughout the world.Sweetpotato and potato are expanding faster than any other food crops in sub-Saharan Africa. There is growing investment in research to address bottlenecks in value chains concerning these two crops, and growing interest from the private sector in investing in them.
This book addresses five major themes on sweetpotato and potato: policies for germplasm exchange.seed systems and farmers’ seed systems at the technical and institutional six countries, – Informal seed sector sources are shaded.
Source: Sperling and Potato is another such crop where small, local seed multipliers gain a reputation for quality.