Agroforestry & sustainable vegetable production in South East Asian watersheds- SANREM (1st year): Case study: Nanggung sub district, Bogor, Indonesia: Objective 2: Markets
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Discussed in this presentation were the results in marketing study. The objective accomplished were: 1) Identification of the potential VAF species or products for Nanggung Farmers, 2) Identification of market channels & marketing problems, 3) Enhancing farmers' understanding of market mechanism; and 4) Identification of opportunities to improve the quantity & quality of VAF.
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