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A field-tested, low-cost, locally-produced, multi-crop thresher

Kerry Clark, Univ. Missouri (FTF Soybean Innovation Lab, SIL)
Gabriel Abdulai

A tool for assessing and improving the scaling potential of agricultural technologies

Larry Cooley, Management Systems International (MSI), A Tetra Tech Company

Determinants of the involvement of extension agents in the dissemination of climate smart agriculture initiatives: Implication for scaling up

T. O. Olorunfemi, North West University, Mafikeng Campus, South Africa, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
O. D. Olorunfemi
O. I. Oladele

Do improved drying and storage practices reduce aflatoxin contamination in stored maize? Experimental evidence from smallholders in southern Senegal

Stacy Prieto, Purdue University (FTF Food Processing Innovation Lab)
Jonathan Bauchet
Jacob RickerGilbert

DryCard™

Anthony Phan, Horticulture Innovation Lab at the University of California, Davis

Establishing cassava as an agro-industrial crop through the scaling-out of proven technologies and innovations for the production, processing, and marketing of value-added products in Africa

Adebayo Abass, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan, Nigeria

GEM parboiled domestic rice in urban markets: a promising future in Nigeria

Sidi Sanyang, Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice)
Kamanda Josey
Fiamohe Rose Edwige
Ndindeng Sali Atanga
AttiogbeviSomado A. KafuAta
Abdoulaye Abiba

Mobile phone-based dairy feeding support tool

Bhola Shrestha, Heifer International Nepal

New tools for maize lethal necrosis virus in Africa: CIMMYT and Corteva Agriscience collaborate on plant breeding innovations

Mark Jung, Corteva Agriscience, CIMMYT
Alyssa DeLeon
Victor Llaca
Kevin Fengler
Bob Meeley
Kevin Simcox
Jan Schulze
Michael Olsen
Ann Murithi
Kanwarpal Dhugga
Kevin Pixley
Jim Gaffney

Orange-fleshed sweet potato drinks commercialization towards a healthy population, Nigeria

L. A. Onyegbulam, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike Abia State, Nigeria
C.Aniedu

P-Solubilizing inoculants

Heather Pasley, Purdue University

Pan-African trials: fast-tracking the delivery of new soybean varieties

Brian Diers, Univ. Illinois, Univ. Missouri, IITA (Zambia) (FTF Soybean Innovation Lab, SIL)
Randy Nelson
Godfree Chigeza

Postharvest processing enterprises for African smallholders

Alexandra Spieldoch, Compatible Technology International (CTI)

Precision agriculture for African development

Aboubakar Karim, INVESTIV

Processing of yam for export

Miriam Ahunna Ofoeze, National Root Crop Research Institute Umudike

Production and marketing of horticultural seeds and seedling of Africa indigenous vegetables and fruits in Benin

A. Chaldia Odette Agossou, Seed Services
Lys Amanvi Aglinglo
Aristide C. Houdegbe
Dedeou A. Tchokponhoue

Renewal and delivery of spatially explicit soils information in Western Kenya

Joshua O. Minai, Department of Agronomy, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Darrell G. Schulze
Mercy W. Ngunjiri

Scale up of climate smart maize technology package for transformation of the maize value chain and livelihoods in Africa

Gospel Omanya, Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Maize Initiative, African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF)

Scaling agricultural mechanization world-wide, the case of the 2-wheel tractor (2WT)

Lennart Woltering, CIMMYT
Tim Krupnik
Jelle van Loon
Frederic Baudron

Scaling up food security innovations: Lessons from the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund

Helena Shilomboleni, International Development Research Center (IDRC)
Renaud DePlaen

Scaling up proven wheat technologies and innovations for achieving a wheat self-sufficiency in Africa

S. Assefa, ICARDA
T. Wuletaw
Z. Bishaw
K. Shideed
M. Baum
I. Tahir
T. Debele
I. U. Abubakar
O. Olabanji
D. Kutywayo
R. Mogi
O. Goita
C. Akem

The ICT4Scale initiative: Harnessing ICT to scale up agricultural solutions

Bernard Pelletier, Farm Radio International, Independent researcher, Farm Radio Trust
Berhane Gebru
Catherine MlozaBanda
Stanley Khaila
George Vilili
Mark Leclair
Rex Chapota

The Purdue Utility Project: transportation and power solutions for Africa

David Wilson, Purdue University, Purdue Utility Project
John Lumkes

The scaling scan: a practical tool to determine the potential to scale

Floortje Jacobs, SNV Netherlands Development Organization/PPPLab
Lennart Woltering

The TAAT clearinghouse: coordinating technology delivery at scale

Mpoko Bokanga, IITA-Benin, Abomey-Calavi, Cotonou, Bénin

Transforming cassava peel into high quality animal feed ingredients

I Okike, IITA
P Kulakow
R Ofei
S Wigboldus

University of Eldoret food processing training and incubation center

Violet Mugalavai, Industrial Linkages, Partnerships & Collaborations, University of Eldoret

What factors constrain the efficient scaling up of cocoa value chain technologies among cocoa farmers under the commercial agriculture development project? - - Insights from Cross River State, Nigeria

Elizabeth A. Onwubuya, Department of Agricultural Extension, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria
Ifeoma Q. Anugwa
Ogochukwu C. Edeh

Willingness to pay for maize moisture detection devises in Kenya

Hira Channa, Purdue University (FTF Food Processing Innovation Lab)
Jacob RickerGilbert
Hugo De Groote
Jonathan Bauchet

Youth mainstreaming in climate smart agriculture as a means to achieving zero hunger in African by 2025

Divine Ntiokam, Global Youth Digital Advocate

2018
Tuesday, September 25th
4:00 PM

Scale Up: A Necessity for Transformative Development

Akinwumi Adesina

Loeb Playhouse

4:00 PM - 5:15 PM