Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program

Cassava farmers and traders in Battambang adopt more productive systems and practices
Cassava farmers and traders in Battambang adopt more productive systems and practices

Cassava has become Cambodia’s second largest crop after rice and contributes over USD 1 billion to the economy each year. Battambang province is the country’s leading producer of this industrial crop, employing tens of thousands of people in its cultivation and processing.

CAVAC works with the leading cassava production and trading association in Battambang to encourage farmers and traders there to adopt more productive systems and practices.

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Cassava farmers and traders in Battambang adopt more productive systems and practices

Cassava has become Cambodia’s second largest crop after rice and contributes over USD 1 billion to the economy each year. Battambang province is the country’s leading producer of this industrial crop, employing tens of thousands of people in its cultivation and processing.

CAVAC works with the leading cassava production and trading association in Battambang to encourage farmers and traders there to adopt more productive systems and practices.

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