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How to organize coping with crop disease risck of farmers in poor countries

Last modified February 19, 2008 14:52

The paper below was presented by Kees Stigter on Tuesday 12 February at a “Review and Planning Workshop” in Dhaka, Bangladesh, of the Asian Pacific Network (APN) project “Climate and crop disease risk management: an international initiative in the Asia-Pacific Region”.

By KEES STIGTER & L.S. RATHORE

 

The paper below was presented by Kees Stigter on Tuesday 12 February at a “Review and Planning Workshop” in Dhaka, Bangladesh, of the Asian Pacific Network (APN) project “Climate and crop disease risk management: an international initiative in the Asia-Pacific Region”.


Submitted by Kees Stigter and L.S. Rathore it shows the need of improving the logistics in the use of climate related disease (and pest) forecasting and proposes to try new extension methods such as Climate Field Schools where these methods should reach farmers in poor countries that need to become ware

of existing action possibilities. A PowerPoint presentation of this paper with illustrations is available from the authors.


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