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Harvest-tenure Promotes Innovative Technologies, Tools, Practices and Training/Capacity Building to Reduce Postharvest loss

Assessing African Union food and feed imports versus exports or foreign exchange reserves, suggests agribusiness based on inputs and warehouses does not cost-effectively provide surplus nutrition. A trial in Ghana organized data on staple grain postharvest and input loss (PHL), carbon emissions due to extensification/intensification and off-the-shelf science, vented and metal mobile storage. Innovative mobile storage technologies establish rights or the harvest-tenure to store production, monitor pests versus price and process nutrition that reduces expensive imports. The three qualitative comparison methods used were: evaluate inputs and storage by organizing and reviewing research data; trial mobile storage by observing training/capacity building at four locations in Ghana; and identify potential roadblocks to reducing PHL with mobile storage.