If you’re at all into cassava, you’re probably at the IVth International Cassava Conference. If you can’t make it, you can of course follow on Twitter, and probably lots of other ways too. James Legg is, as usual, particularly active.
Buzz in the house changes to a hush as the Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st century 2018 (GCP21) gets underway at the Marina Hotel, Cotonou. An exciting programme on Global cassava research ahead for the coming week @IITA_CGIAR @benin #GCP21benin2018 pic.twitter.com/8f4ionpONc
— James Legg (@jamesplegg) June 11, 2018
And here’s a nice idea, a prize for the best cassava pic.
Manual peeling of cassava demands skills and is predominantly done by women in #Africa. Honoured to be awarded the Cassava Photo Exhibition Prize #GCP21Benin2018 #InstituteFrancaisDuBenin #cassava #Rothamsted #Uganda pic.twitter.com/zAGhiT1WRX
— Anna Szyniszewska (@aszyniszewska) June 13, 2018
LATER: Finally, James again, bringing it all together.