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I am a young agrepreneur with interest in cassava production and processing; hence I wish to associate with people of like mind. If you any progressive news kindly share with me and if you like to know better about me kindly visit my website: www.cassavafarmers.blogspot.com. My e.mail is mosesfally@gmail.com.

Best regards,

M.O. Falola
Hi,
I intend to start a cassava farm and will need information on high yield variants and technical support.

I am also looking at getting markets abroad that make use of cassava or any of its bye products. A mentorship in this regard will certainly be most welcome.

If you have links or information pls reply my post or email akanbi2k@gmail.com .

I look forward to hearing from you .


Sola Adeniyi,
Lagos , Nigeria.
We've developed a platform for measuring plant health and photosynthesis called Photosynq (www.photosynq.org). We're looking for beta testers who are plant breeders, farmers, citizen scientists and plant scientists. The project is completely open source (software, hardware, and data). Cassavabase may be a great place to use the device to identify traits related to photosynthesis.

Do you think this is a good application? If there's anyone interested in taking part, we'll be doing a beta test in the next 4 months and we'd love to get folks involved. The link is http://photosynq.org/beta-test-application/ .

Thanks and hope to hear more.

Greg
I am very much interested in testing the Beta version if you wouldn't mind Greg.
I, A.V.V. Koundinya, am working as a scientist in ICAR-Central Tuber Crops Research Institute, Trivandrum. I want to work on drought tolearnce in cassava (Manihot esculenta). I want you clarify some doubts and provide suggestions.

I downloaded EST (m RNA sequences) unique to the dehydration stress in cassava. I could not find any SSR regions in these sequences to use them as ESSR markers. Is it necessary to have sequence repeats to use them as markers? or can we use them directly without sequence repeats? Please help.​

Thanking you,
Started by:
Gabriel Riek
2019-07-26 02:58:24
 
I am a student at Makerere University doing plant breeding and seed systems and on my way to graduate by coming Jan, 2015. I did my research in cassava as major under topic of characterization genetic variance of cassava seedlings for yield performance in highland of Uganda.I would like to establish a new scheme on cassava back home, how would you advise me on that.?
2019-02-22 04:45:33
 
I am a young agrepreneur with interest in cassava production and processing; hence I wish to associate with people of like mind. If you any progressive news kindly share with me and if you like to know better about me kindly visit my website: www.cassavafarmers.blogspot.com. My e.mail is mosesfally@gmail.com.

Best regards,

M.O. Falola
Started by:
bob zhang
2019-02-22 04:43:41
 
My email address is:bobshuliy@gmail.com More cassava machinery click www.cassavamachine.org
Working principle
This cassava planter is equipped with high capacity and needs match with 90-110HP tractor. Two users sit on the chair to pick cassava into hole when the machine begins to work. Cassava is cut into lump through sharp blade and then drop in soil.
A number of cassava breeders are in the search of an electronic device (preferably a phone) that offer a good compromise between cost and operability (screen resolution, battery autonomy, etc...) for digital data collection (with the Fieldbook app for example).
The Motog5 is often cited as a good one but its price is on getting higher.
https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=motog
Any experience with other phone or handheld devices to share?
Started by:
Steve Rounsley
2019-02-22 04:33:21
 
Announcement and discussion about the Cassava Genomics Competition
Started by:
bob zhang
2018-11-26 02:31:17
 
My email address is:bobshuliy@gmail.com More cassava machinery click http://www.cassavamachine.org
eief introduction
1.Cassava slicer is easy to operate and equipped with low consumption and large output.It has wheels and can be moved easily
2.Cassaca cutter machine can remove the skin and cut the whoke cassave into pieces,which is widely applied to food processing industries.
3.The thickness of piece can be adjusted that is about 5-20mm
4.We have electric motor and diesel engines for your reference
5.This slicer machine not only can peel cassava,but also sweet potato and potato etc
Started by:
Lukas Mueller
2018-06-21 08:17:07
 
Please add open positions in this topic.
Started by:
Lukas Mueller
2014-06-11 11:23:54
 
Discuss issues about Genomic Selection (GS) here.
Started by:
Lukas Mueller
2013-08-11 03:43:47
 
Questions and comments on cassava sequencing.