Effect of technology awareness and access on the conservation of clean planting materials of vegetatively produced crops: The case of sweetpotato.
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Okello, A.; Sindi, K.; Shikuku, K.; Low, J.; Mcewan, M.; Nakazi, F.; Namanda, S.; Babu, A.; Mafuru, J. 2015. Effect of technology awareness and access on the conservation of clean planting materials of vegetatively produced crops: The case of sweetpotato. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems. (USA). ISSN 2168-3565. 39(9): 955-977
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This study used discrete and count data regression models and data collected from 732 farm households in Tanzania to test the effect of participation on a project designed to break this quality “seed” bottleneck (via technology awareness and targeted access to clean planting materials) on: i) the decision to conserve planting materials during dry periods for future planting and ii) the number of conservation strategies used by farmers.