Groundnut Baseline and Early-Adoption Surveys in South Asia: Insights from TL-II (Phase-1)


Synthesis report on ICRISAT’s efforts during a short period of three years (2007–2010) in the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu for groundnut crop improvement in India. The results of farmer participatory variety selection established new varieties that out-yielded check varieties in both states. Due to different constraints and lack of institutional support, the adoption of those cultivars was low in the targeted districts. From the past lessons learned, the report refocuses on the further efforts needed during TLII to achieve greater success and impact.

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