Semi-Annual Report, 2016

dc.contributor.authorKansas State University
dc.contributor.authorUniversity of Illinois
dc.contributor.authorOklahoma State University
dc.contributor.authorUniversity of Kentucky
dc.contributor.authorUniversity of Nebraska – Lincoln
dc.contributor.authorSouth Carolina State University
dc.contributor.authorFt. Valley State University
dc.contributor.authorUSDA-ARS Center for Grain and Animal Health Research
dc.contributor.kstateKansas State University
dc.description.abstractThe Feed the Future Innovation Lab for the Reduction of Post-Harvest Loss (PHLIL) is a strategic, applied, research and education program aimed at improving food security by reducing post-harvest loss and food waste of seeds and durable staple crops, e.g., grains, oilseeds, and legumes. The Lab’s efforts are focused in four Feed the Future countries (Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Guatemala) and Afghanistan.
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dc.subjectInnovation Lab
dc.subjectPost-Harvest Loss
dc.subjectFood Waste
dc.subjectDurable Staple Crops
dc.subjectCrop Seeds
dc.titleSemi-Annual Report, 2016
dc.title.alternativeFeed the Future Innovation Lab for the Reduction of Post-Harvest Loss. October 2015 - March 2016


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