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PROCESSORS’ PERCEPTION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SOME CASSAVA PROCESSING INNOVATIONS IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

Adebayo, K.; Sangosina, M.A.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2005
Abstract
The current drive towards higher levels of commercialisation of cassava processing under the Presidential Initiative on Cassava requires that the scale of cassava processing be increased in Nigeria. Primary data obtained from 112 respondents selected from the 4 extension zones of Ogun State was used to examine the perception of effectiveness of innovations by cassava processors and the factors responsible for adoption of these innovations. The processors’ perception of effectiveness of cassava processing innovations was measured on a 5-point Likert-type scale containing 20 items. Most of the respondents (75%) are indifferent in their perception of the effectiven...
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free text keywords: Perception, Cassava processing, Innovations, Nigeria, Crop Production/Industries,

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