A methodological study on participatory barley breeding I. Selection phase

@article{Ceccarelli2004AMS,
  title={A methodological study on participatory barley breeding I. Selection phase},
  author={Salvatore Ceccarelli and Stefania Grando and Rick Tutwiler and J. Baha and Adriana Maria Zanforlin Martini and H. Salahieh and Anne Goodchild and Michael Michael},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={111},
  pages={91-104}
}
Decentralized selection, defined as selection in the target environment, has been used to emphasize favorable interactions when significant genotype by environment interactions exist. However, crop breeding based on decentralized selection can still miss its objectives if it does not utilize the farmers' knowledge of the crops and the environment, and it may fail to fit crops to the specific needs and uses of farmers' communities unless it becomes participatory.One cycle of decentralized… CONTINUE READING
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