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Students and farmers during a learning exercise on seed potato harvesting

CARP+Seed Potato Project
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PhD Agronomy students setting up a potato trial

CARP+Seed Potato Project
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John Interacts with farmers during the SoG Clinic at Eldoret

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CARP Interns packages seed potato at the DLS.

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CARP Intern and workers transport seed potato harvest from the farm

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Bsc Fourth Year Students participate in a sorting and grading learning exercise

CARP+Seed Potato Project
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Students and farmers during a learning exercise on seed potato hravesting and sorting

CARP+Seed Potato Project
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transportation of Seed Potatoes

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training Farmers on on grading, storage and packaging of seed potato.

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training of 10 farmers and 76 students on grading, storage and packaging of seed potato.

CARP+Seed Potato Project
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Sale of certified seed potato Dutch Robjin variety

CARP+Seed Potato Project

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About CaWSA

The CaWSA- Centre showcases various water conservation, storage, abstraction and distribution systems and soil and moisture conservation technologies, innovations and management practices (TIMPS).

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Prof. Anthony M. Kibe,

CaWSA – Centre Coordinator
Crops, Horticulture and Soils Department, Egerton
University, Njoro, Kenya.

Email: akibe@egerton.ac.ke,
+254721402957

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