05 Dec 2017


Vegetables are grown as market cash crops in large parts of Southeast Asia, and provide income for many small-holder farmers across the region. A recent market opportunity assessment undertaken by IPNI Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) in Myanmar highlighted the importance that crops like chili, onions, garlic, and cabbage have for Burmese farmers. IPNI SEAP is currently investigating how to further support nutrient management in these commodities in Myanmar.

Photo by Thomas Oberthür, IPNI Southeast Asia Program

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