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Almekinders, C., L. Mertens, J. van Loon and E.T. Lammerts van Bueren. 2016. Potato breeding in the Netherlands: successful collaboration between farmers and commercial breeders. Farming Matters: special issue on Access and Benefit Sharing, April 2016. , p. 34-37.


Type of document: Magazine Article

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Related to: Bio-Impuls: Organic potato breeding

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More information on authors/freelancers connected to LBI :
Prof. dr. Edith T. Lammerts van Bueren Ph.D.


Language of document: English

Title in English: Potato breeding in the Netherlands: successful collaboration between farmers and commercial breeders

Abstract / summary in English:

Access and benefit sharing of plant genetic resources is a crucial but very complex, political and legalistic matter. Does the formal system work for family farmers? As we see in this special issue of Farming Matters, co-produced with Bioversity International, it poses many challenges and Farmers' Rights are rarely implemented in national law. At the same time, farmers around the world are leading successful initiatives for access and benefit sharing. In this special issue of Farming Matters also an article of the Bioimpuls potato breeding project was included.

 


Keywords in English: Bioversity, Bioimpuls, potato breeding, farming, access, Benefit Sharing
Potato breeding in the Netherlands:  successful collaboration between farmers and commercial breeders