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Academic publications

Evaluation of river sand as a medium for raising cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) seedlings, Konlan, Sampson, and Opoku-Agyeman Michael Obour , American Journal of Agriculture and Forestry , 06/2014, Volume 2, Issue 4, Online, p.120, (2014) , (Academic Publication)
Developing strategic coffe and cocoa research agendas, , Developing a strategic research agenda for cocoa and coffee, 05/2014, Wageningen, (0) , (Academic Publication)
Geographical Indication (GI) Options for Ethiopian Coffee and Ghanaian Cocoa, Oguamanam, Chidi, and Dagne Teshager , Innovation & Intellectual Property: Collaborative Dynamics in Africa, Cape Town, p.pp 77-108, (2014) , (Academic Publication)
Productivity intervention and smallholder farmers: The case of Ghana's cocoa Abrabopa program, , Department of Agricultural Economics, Volume Master of Agribusiness, Manhattan, Kansas, p.33, (2013) , (Academic Publication)

Developing strategic coffe and cocoa research agendas

TitleDeveloping strategic coffe and cocoa research agendas
Publication TypeConference Paper
Conference NameDeveloping a strategic research agenda for cocoa and coffee
Date Published05/2014
PublisherWageningen UR
Conference LocationWageningen
Publication Languageenglish
Keywordsresearch
Lead

An online survey and interviews among professionals involved
in the cocoa and coffee business are the first step towards a
global research agenda. The survey with farmer
organisations, cocoa and coffee processing companies, NGOs,
governments and researchers around the world, asks what
are the big research questions that need to be answered to
boost the developments in the industry. Wageningen UR
researchers are joining with other research organisations such
as the Dutch Royal Tropical Institute will use the survey
results to propose a strategic, multidisciplinary research
agenda.

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