Wednesday, 30 September 2015

International Farmers Field Day Held at Oyo State College of Agriculture Igboora, Nigeria

CAVA II Project's Training of Trainers held at the Federal College of Agriculture Igboora focused on improving soil fertility, increasing plant population in a farmland, testing soil fertility among other pivotal topics aimed at improving the yield of cassava farmers.


Provost of Oyo State College of Agriculture Igboora,
Prof Gbemiga Adewale speaking at the International
Training of Trainers organised
by CAVA II Project.
Project Director, Cassava: Adding Value for Africa,
 Prof Kolawole Adebayo speaking at the international
Training of trainers' workshop. 
A cross section of the participants at the training of trainers
workshop organised by CAVA II Project
Participants at the ToT workshop 
L-R: Deputy Director CAVA II Project, Dr Adebosola Oladeinde-Opeodu,
Agronomist Expert from IITA, Dr Richardson Okechukwu at the
Dr Richardson Okechukwu identifying some diseases that cassava leaves.

Dr Richardson Okechukwu explaining to the participants how to identify
diseases on cassava crop.
Mr Tony Ijala, one of the participants from Uganda identify some diseases
on a cassava crop.

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