Advanced Variety Trials (AVT), Zambia - 2018

Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill.) is one of the most important oil crops of the world which also has tremendous importance as a food legume. The work on soybean aims at providing farmers, both commercial and subsistence, varieties with their preferred attributes to increase yield and income. These include high yield, resistance to deadly diseases, such as soybean rust, and insect pests, early maturity, good seed quality, and resistance to other stresses such as drought and soil acidity.The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is a key player in tropical soybean research and a partner of the Soybean Innovation Lab.

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Creator Chigeza, Godfree
Creator ID Type ORCID
Creator ID 0000-0002-9235-0694
Subject Vocab Soybean,Legumes,Drought,Yield,Rust,Insect pests,Disease
Subject(s) Soybean
Publisher International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
Contributor Person Not applicable
Contributor Project Lead Organisation Center International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
Contributor Project Lead Center International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
Contributor CRP CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes
Contributor Partner Not applicable
Contributor Donor IITA/Core
Contributor Project Not applicable
Contributor Affiliation Not applicable
Open-Access status Open Access
Production Date 2019-01-17
Embargo End Date 2020-01-17
Content Type Dataset
File Format csv
Identifier Type DOI
Identifier https://doi.org/10.25502/76s6-2121/d
Identifier Citation
Source Soybean Breeding Program
Language English
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Agroecological Zone Semiarid warm tropics
Coverage Region Southern Africa
Coverage country Zambia
Coverage Admin Unit Not applicable
Coverage X -13.64457
Coverage Y 32.64470
Coverage Start Date 2018-01-20
Coverage End Date 2018-06-18
Contact Chigeza, Godfree, Soybean Breeder, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
Contact Email g.chigeza@cgiar.org
Restriction CC-BY 4.0
Email Permission Not applicable
Rights CC-BY 4.0