Project final report

Identifying entry points for black pepper and coffee production in the Central Highlands of Vietnam - Final Report

Date released
01 August 2022
ISBN
978-1-922787-35-4
Publication Code
FR2022-018
Authors

Didier Lesueur

CO-AUTHORS

Sabine Douxchamps, Didier Lesueur & Eric Rahn leaders of Objectives 1, 2 and 3 respectively

CONTRIBUTORS

Clément Rigal, Nguyen Mai Phuong, Duong Minh Tuan, Chau Thi Minh Long, Phan Viet Ha (Objective 1)
Laetitia Herrmann, Quyen Tran Nguyen, Lambert Bräu, Long Van Nguyen and Lee Hudek (Objective 2)
Nguyen Mai Phuong, Pham Thanh Van, Thibaud Vantalon, Thi Dinh Lan Anh, Bui Van Hung, Do Duy Phuong (Objective 3)

 

 

Overview

This project aimed to quantify the extent and intensity of serious constraints and problems affecting the production of coffee and black pepper in Central Highlands in order to improve the sustainability and productivity of the farming systems and value chains of these commodities in Gia Lai, Dak Nong and Dak Lak provinces.

The project also aimed to deliver a situational analysis of on-farm coffee and black pepper production in three target provinces in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, and investigated the farming systems that rely on coffee and black pepper production and examine the distribution of soil and plant health and agronomic factors that are constraining production in the region.

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