Conserve's experience and work on participatory plant breeding in rice
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Ginogaling, Gilda T. 2001. Conserve's experience and work on participatory plant breeding in rice . In: An exchange of experiences from South and South East Asia: Proceedings of the international symposium on Participatory plant breeding and participatory plant genetic resources enhancement, Pokhara, Nepal, 1-5 May 2000 . Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), Participatory Research and Gender Analysis (PRGA), Program Coordination Office, Cali, CO. p. 133-139.
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In this paper CONSERVE's experiences in handling two research approaches in participatory plant breeding in rice are discussed: researcher-managed or on-station trials (OSTs) and farmer-managed trials. OSTs are done on CONSERVE's farm. CONSERVE crosses (CC) were used as materials for evaluation on-station for three filial generation, before the material was given out to farmer-partners for the farmer-managed trials. All distributed segregating material s were tried in their respective fields. Activities taken on-station and in farmers' fields is assessed. Lessons on the management of on-station trials and farmer-managed trials are discussed.
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