Adjé CA., F. Quenum, P. Akonde, GE. Achigan-Dako, C. Agbangla. 2017. Differential response of pineapple cultivars to propagules production using stem cuttings. Annales des Sciences Agronomiques, in press.
Houdegbe AC., Sogbohossou, OED, EA Achigan-Dako. 2017. Enhancing growth and leaf yield in Gynandropsis gynandra (L.) Briq. (Cleomaceae) using agronomic practices to accelerate crop domestication.
Tchokponhoué, DA, EG. Achigan-Dako, S. N’Danikou, AC. Houdégbé, COA Agossou, F Assogba-Komlan, RS Vodouhè. 2017. Regeneration ability and seedling growth in the miracle plant Synsepalum dulcificum (Schumach. & Thonn.) Daniell. Fruits, in press.
A roadmap for breeding orphan leafy vegetable species: a case study of Gynandropsis gynandra (Cleomaceae)
Sogbohossou, OE Deedi, Enoch Gbènato Achigan-Dako, Patrick Maundu, Svein Solberg, Edgar Deguenon, Rita Mumm, Iago Hale, and Allen Van Deynze, Eric. Schranz. A roadmap for breeding orphan leafy vegetable species: a case study of Gynandropsis gynandra (Cleomaceae). Horticultural Research – Nature
A powerhouse of innovation, this tiny country embodies the future of farming.
At Wageningen University & Research almost half the graduate students hail from abroad, from more than one hundred nations. Dêêdi Sogbohossou, a doctoral student from Benin, is developing a breeding program for the spider plant, a leafy vegetable widespread in tropical areas of the world.
Nutrition and genetics in Africa
Nov 23rd 2017| Nairobi
CASSAVA and sweet potatoes. Lablab beans and water berries. Bitter gourds and sickle sennas. Elephant ears and African locusts.
FortiMoringa has for goal to Improve and promote the use of Moringa oleifera leaves for a better maternal and early childhood nutrition in Benin and is Funded by WOTRO
DAPIS: “Designing appropriate agronomic and processing practices for pineapple supply chains in Benin (DAPIS)” Funded by: science division within the Netherlands Organizations for Scientific Research (NOW)/(WOTRO) through the Applied Research Funds (ARF), Duration: 36 months (October 2015 – September 2018 with extension until September 2019). Cost: € 272644 Aim: Pineapple producers, fresh pineapple exporters, traders and…
About the project CLEONOMICS (Utilizing the genome of Cleome gynandra (Gynandropsis gynandra) for the development of improved cultivars for East and West African markets) is funded by NWO-WOTRO Science for Global Development. The CLEONOMICS project started in January 2015 for a duration of 36 months. The total budget for CLEONOMICS was EURO 274 000. Overall…
Mobilty for plant genomics scholars to accelerate climate/smart adaptation options and food security in Africa (GENES) is financed by European Union EACEA and will last 4 years. Main objective GENES Project aims at increasing the number of trained and qualified high-level molecular plant breeders in Africa through integrated intra-African program Specific Objectives: 1) Produce for…