Cassava agronomy research and adoption of improved practices in the Philippines: Major achievements during the past 20 years
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Evangelio, Fernando A.. 2001. Cassava agronomy research and adoption of improved practices in the Philippines: Major achievements during the past 20 years . In: Howeler, Reinhardt H.; Tan, Swee Lian (eds.). Cassava's potential in Asia in the 21st Century: Present situation and future research and development needs: Proceedings of the sixth Regional workshop, held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Feb. 21-25, 2000 . Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Cassava Office for Asia, Cali, CO. p. 314-332.
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Over the years, research conducted on the crop focused mainly on agronomic, soil fertility maintenance and soil conservation practices. Very few studies were conducted on the basic physiology of the plant. Except for the use of fertilizers and a change in varieties, very few farmers adopted the recommended technology in cassava cultivation. Despite repeated exposure to modern technology, most farmers still follow their own traditional ways of growing the crop. Details of results obtained in the area of cassava agronomy research are presented.
MANIHOT ESCULENTA; FARM AREA; CROP YIELD; PRODUCTION; SITE PREPARATION; TILLAGE; PLANTING; WEED CONTROL; FERTILIZER APPLICATION; SOIL CHEMICOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES; SOIL CONSERVATION; CROPPING SYSTEMS; SUPERFICIE DE LA EXPLOTACIÓN; RENDIMIENTO DE CULTIVOS; PRODUCCIÓN; PREPARACIÓN DEL SITIO; LABRANZA; PLANTACIÓN; ESCARDA; APLICACIÓN DE ABONOS; PROPIEDADES FÍSICO-QUIMICAS SUELO; CONSERVACIÓN DE SUELOS; SISTEMAS DE CULTIVO