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A new way of experimenting with new seeds. Jacob van Etten. Almekinders et al. . Citizen science. Misiko (2013). GxE “Spoiler events ”. A > C > D C > D > G A > D > G A>C>D>G. Seed distribution. 1. 1. 2. 2. 8181. 3. 3. Registration card Unique code: 8181 Name:____________

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    1. A new way of experimenting with new seeds Jacob van Etten

    2. Almekinders et al.

    3. Citizen science

    4. Misiko (2013)

    5. GxE “Spoiler events”

    6. A > C > D C > D > G A > D > G A>C>D>G

    7. Seed distribution 1 1 2 2 8181 3 3 Registration card Unique code: 8181 Name:____________ GPS:_____________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ Evaluation card Unique code: 8181 Germination:_______ Yield:___________ Etc. _____________ ________________ ________________ ________________

    8. Registration card

    9. Evaluation table

    10. Evaluation table

    11. Evaluation table

    12. Sensors: temperature y humidity

    13. Detailed data!

    14. Final survey • At the end, so there is less time pressure • Together with collecting the observation cards (or photographing them) • Some very basic questions that may influence preferences (market orientation, age, gender, soil characteristics, etc.)

    15. Available information • Farmer preferences • Weather • Householdcharacteristics • Landparcelcharacteristics (soil)

    16. Data analysis

    17. Whatthen? • Recommendationstofarmers: whichvarietytheyshould use • Recommendationtoseedproducers: whatseedtheyshould produce • Recommendationtobreeders: what are gaps and needstoimproveseeds