Nematode soil-health management for smallholder potatoes farmers


In this 90-second video, Brent Sipes of the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa overviews a soil-health-focused strategy for smallholder potato farmers to manage nematode incidence.

Brent Sipes of the University of Hawai’i , Mānoa , is leading a research team that is working with smallholder potato farmers in the Western Highlands of Guatemala on integrated technologies for nematode and soil health management, with the goal that farmers achieve sustainable yields that provide income, food and nutritional security.

This video debuted at the 2018 Horticulture Innovation Lab annual meeting in Kigali, Rwanda. 

Value Chain

Soil and irrigation