Nigeria cassava varietal adoption study draft 1 011812_codes

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Nigeria cassava varietal adoption study draft 1 011812_codes

  1. 1. Nigeria Cassava Questoinnaire - Codes Draft 1_011812Module A ImoA3 - Interviewer name 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 889 Oyo10 111 212 313 414 515 616 717 81819 Other (please specify) A11: Ward Akwa IbomA4 - Supervisor name 11 22 33 4 5A8 - Language in which interview was conducted 61 English 72 Pigeon English 83 Hausa4 Igbo Benue5 Yoruba 16 Other 2 3A9 - State 41 Akwa Ibom 52 Benue 63 Imo 74 Oyo 8 Imo 1 2A10 -LGA 3Akwa Ibom 41 52 63 74 85 Oyo6 17 28 3 4 5 6Benue 71 82345678 1 of 8
  2. 2. A17 - relationship to head of household Module B1 Self B6 - literacy2 Husband/wife 1 Cannot read or write3 Son/daughter/adopted child 2 Read only4 Father/mother 3 Read and write5 Sister/brother6 Grandchild B7 - education7 Grandparent 1 None8 Mother/father-in-law 2 N19 Daughter/son-in-law 3 N210 Sister/brother-in-law 4 P111 Other relative 5 P212 Not related 6 P313 Other (specify) 7 P4 8 P5A23: Tribe 9 P61 Yoruba 10 JSS12 Ibo 11 JSS23 Hausa 12 JSS34 Effik 13 SS15 Ibibio 14 SS26 Nupe 15 SS37 Igira 16 Lower 68 Igala 17 Upper 69 Gbari 18 Teachers Training10 Other (specify) 19 Vocational/Technical 20 Modern school 21 NCEA24: Religion 22 Poly - OND1 Christianity - Pentecostal 23 Poly - HND2 Christianity - Orthodox 24 Professional - accounting3 Christianity - Catholic 25 Professional - other4 Christianity - Other 26 1st degree5 Islam - Ahmadiya 27 Higher degree6 Islam - Other 28 Quaranic7 Traditional 29 Integrated Quaranic8 Other (specify) 30 Bible college 31 Adult education 32 Other (please specify) -99 Dont know/remember B8 - marital status 1 Never married 2 Married - monogamy 3 Married - polygamous 4 Separated 5 Divorced 6 Widowed B9 - occupation 1 Farmer 2 Farmer and housewife 3 Farm help (unpaid) 4 Non farm help (unpaid) 5 Agricultural wage labor 6 Non agriculture wage labor 7 Non agricultural salaried worker 8 Self-employment non agricultural (includes petty traders) 9 Student 10 Civil servant (government) 11 Unemployed /idle 12 Other (specify)____________ -77 none -99 dont know 2 of 8
  3. 3. Module C C7 - Crop codesC1unit - land area unit 1 Acha1 Plot: 50m x 50m 2 Agbono (oro seed)2 Plot: 50m x 100m 3 Apple3 Plot: 60m x 100m 4 Avocado pear4 Plot: 50m x 120m 5 Bambara nut5 Hectare 6 Banana6 Acre 7 Beans/cowpea7 Steps 8 Beeni seed/sesame8 Rope 9 Cabbage9 Line 10 Carrot10 Kundu 11 Cashew11 Football field (standard) 12 Cassava12 Chain 13 Chilli13 Palm frond 14 Cocoa14 Other (please specify) 15 Coconut-99 Dont know 16 Cocoyam 17 Coffee 18 Cotton 19 Cucumber 20 Date palm 21 Garden eggs 22 Garlic 23 GingerC8 - reason for growing crop 24 Grapefruit1 All for home consumption 25 Groundnuts/peanuts2 Mostly for home consumption 26 Guava3 Half home consumption and half sale 27 Gum arabic4 Mostly sale 28 Irish potato5 All for sale 29 Jute6 For livestock feed 30 Kolanut7 Other (specify) 31 Lemon-77 None 32 Lettuce-88 Not applicable 33 Lime-99 Dont know 34 Locust bean 35 MaizeDC105unit - harvest quantity units 36 Mandarin/tangerine1 10kg bag 37 Mango2 20kg bag 38 Melon3 25kg bag 39 Oil bean4 50kg bag 40 Oil palm5 Basin 41 Okro6 Basket 42 Onion7 Truck load 43 Orange8 Tractor load 44 Orange fleshed sweet potato9 Cart load 45 Pawpaw10 Wheelbarrow load 46 Pear11 Kilogram 47 Pearl millet/maiwa12 Tonnes 48 Pepper13 Other (please specify) 49 Pigeon pea 50 Pineapple 51 Plantain 52 Pumpkin 53 Rice 54 Rizga 55 Shea nuts 56 Sorghum/guinea corn 57 Soya beans 58 Sugarcane 59 Sweet potato 60 Tea 61 Tobacco 62 Tomato 63 Walnut 64 Wheat 65 Yam 66 Zobo 67 Other 3 of 8
  4. 4. Module DA Module DBDA5 - Advice on cassava production DB4 - cassava products1 Government extension officer 1 Gari2 Agro dealers 2 Fufu/akpu3 Another farmer 3 Lafun/cassava flour4 Family member 4 Steamed cassava5 Farmer group 5 Roasted cassava6 NGO 6 Starch7 Research organizations 7 Abacha8 Other (please specify) 8 Other-77 None -88 NA-99 Dont know -99 Dont know DB6 - information source for varietyDA10 - Source of cassava stem cuttings purchased 1 IITA1 Village market 2 Ministry of Agriculture2 Town market 3 LGA Agriculture Department3 Farmer - friend 4 Nigeria Cassava Grower Association4 Farmer - farmgate (not a friend) 5 National Root Crops Research Institute5 Traditional retailer 6 Extension officer6 Agri-input supplier 7 Cassava Market7 Processors 8 Fufu/Gari Market8 Other (please specify) 9 Neighbour-99 Dont know/remember 10 Farmer 11 Media (radio, newspaper, television)DA14 -Cassava stem cutting sales 12 Other (please specify)1 Farmgate -88 NA2 Local market -99 dont know3 District market4 Other (please specify) DB8 - reasons for not planting seed-99 Dont know/remember 1 Stem not available 2 Lack of cash to buy stem (credit)DA16 - receipient of gifted cassava stems 3 Susceptible to disease/pests1 Another farmer/friend 4 Poor taste2 Family member 5 Low yielding variety3 Farmer group 6 Low root prices4 Other (please specify) 7 No market-99 Dont know 8 lack of land to experiment 9 Requires high skills 10 Prefer other varietiesDB15 - production traits 11 Other (please specify)1 Resistance to drought -99 dont know2 Resistance to field pests3 Resistance to diseases DB10 - source of first stem4 Early maturity 1 Own farm5 High yielding 2 Town market6 Stem height 3 Village market7 Tuber size 4 On-farm trials/demo plots8 Other (please specify) 5 Extension officer-77 none 6 Farmers group-99 Dont know/remember 7 Farmer - friend 8 Farmer - farmgate (not a friend)DB16 - processing traits 9 Agri-input supplier1 Good pounding ability 10 Local stem producers2 DMC: Good quantity of gari from 100kg tubers 11 Local trader/tradtional retailer3 Starch content 12 Provided free by NGO/government agency4 Fiber content 13 IITA5 Other (please specify) 14 Other (please specify)-77 none -99 Dont know/remember-99 Dont know/remember DB11 - means of acquisitionDB17 - consumption traits 1 Gift/free1 Tuber palatability when steamed 2 Borrowed2 Tuber palatability when roasted 3 Bought with cash3 Taste for cassava 4 Payment in kind/voucher4 Taste for gari 5 Exchange for other stem5 Taste for fufu 6 Subsidy and cash6 Other (please specify) 7 Advance pay from-77 none 8 Other (please specify)-99 Dont know/remember -99 Dont know/remember 4 of 8
  5. 5. Module DC Module EDC104 - Point in time of acquisition E4 - Importance of trait1 A day before planting 1 Unimportant2 A week before planting 2 Of little importance3 Two weeks before planting 3 Moderately important4 A month before planting 4 Important5 Two months before planting 5 Very important6 More than two months before planting -88 Not applicable-99 Dont know/remember -99 Dont knowDC105unit - harvest quantity units E5 - Performance of best variety in terms of trait1 10kg bag 1 Very poor2 20kg bag 2 Poor3 25kg bag 3 Fair4 50kg bag 4 Good5 Basin 5 Very good6 Basket -88 Not applicable7 Truck load -99 Dont know8 Tractor load9 Cart load10 Wheelbarrow load11 Kilogram12 Tonnes13 Other (please specify) 5 of 8
  6. 6. Module G Module KAGA4 - functions of group (2) KA1 - Roofing material1 Produce marketing 1 Thatch2 Input access/marketing 2 Iron sheet3 Seed production 3 Tiles4 Farmer research group 4 Other (please specify)5 Savings and credit -99 dont know6 Tree planting and nurseries7 Soil & water conservation KA2 - Outer Wall8 Input credit 1 Mud9 Other (please specify) 2 Mud and cement-99 Dont know/remember 3 Pole and mud 4 Concrete block 5 Baked brickGA7 - reasons for leaving the group 6 Unbaked brick1 Organization was not useful/profitable 7 Stones2 Poor management 8 Other (please specify)3 Unable to pay fees/dues -99 dont know4 Group ceased to exist5 Relocated KA3 - Floor6 Lost interest 1 Earth7 Other 2 Cement-77 none (no reason) 3 Wood-99 Dont know 4 Tiles 5 Other (please specify) -99 dont knowGA11 - frequency of meeting with group1 Daily KA4 - water source2 Weekly 1 pond3 Every two weeks 2 dam/sanddam4 Monthly 3 lake5 Occasionally 4 stream/river6 Rarely 5 unprotected stream7 Never 6 protected stream-88 Not Applicable 7 well-99 Dont know 8 borehole 9 piped into compound 10 piped outside compoundGA12 - extent of trust 11 water tankers1 Not at all 12 rainwater/roof catchments2 A little 13 bottled water3 Somewhat 14 other (specify)4 A lot -99 dont know5 Completely-88 Not Applicable KA6 - main source of lighting-99 Dont know 1 electricity 2 pressure lamp 3 tin lampGA14 - varieties grown in group same as varieties grown 4 fuelwood1 Yes - all of them 5 lantern2 Yes - some of them 6 solar power3 No 7 other (please specify)4 Dont know -99 Dont know 6 of 8
  7. 7. Module MM4 - reasons for choosing own/current stem1 I am satisfied with the current cassava variety2 I am always afraid of trying new crop variety3 My household members would not like the new yellow cassava Gari4 I don’t understand what vitamin A is5 I don’t believe that vitamin A is good for health6 I don’t believe nutrition value can be added7 I believe that my family already eat nutritious foods and so I do not need more nutrition8 I don’t care about the cassava nutritional content9 I do not understand what transgenic crop is10 I do not like transgenic crops11 I don’t believe that transgenic crop variety would be safe for consumption12 I only care about the varietal yield13 I do not like YELLOW cassava14 I do not like WHITE/CREAM cassava15 I prefer palm oil in cassava Gari16 I do not like IITA17 I do not like NRCRI18 I don’t believe these new IMPROVED cassava varieties will be eventually made available19 Are there any other reason why you choose ‘’current stem’’? (please specify)-77 None-99 Dont know 7 of 8
  8. 8. Module LLA3 - source of info LA11 - definition of GM1 Family member within the same household 1 genetic modification2 Neighbor (farmer) 2 chemical compounds in food3 Friend 3 alterations in food4 Farmer in a common cooperative/association/organization 4 artificial food5 Extended family member 5 complementary nutritional food6 Extension officer 6 vitaminated, fortified food7 Local/community radio station 7 insertion of something8 NGO/Projects or programs 8 gene reproduction9 Agri-exhibitions 9 interchanging genetics10 National radio station 10 alteration of development11 Print Media (Newspaper/magazine/billboards) 11 cloning12 Television 12 biodegradable products13 Internet 13 food in the process of decomposing14 Clinic 14 Other (please specify)15 University -99 Dont know/no answer16 Church/mosque17 School teacher18 Others (specify)-77 None-99 Dont know/rememberLA4 - food items containing vitamin A1 Maize2 Other grains3 Beans and other pulses (such as cowpeas, etc.)4 Nuts and seeds5 Sugars6 Sweet potato, orange fleshed7 Other roots and tubers (irish potatoes, taro, yam, etc.)8 Fruits (mango, pineapple, pawpaw etc.)9 Eggs, milk, cheese10 Dark-green leafy vegetables11 Other vegetables (pumpkin, tomatoes etc.)12 Fish and other seafood (shrimp, crab etc.)13 Red meat (cow/goat/pig/sheep/porc etc.)14 Animal liver, kidney, and other offals (abats)15 Poultry (chicken, duck, etc.)16 High energy protein supplements17 Margarine18 Fats and oils (soybean, mustard, ghee, etc)-88 Not Applicable-99 Dont knowLA5 - symptoms of vitamin A deficiency1 Poor health2 Low immunity3 Bad eyes4 Other (please specify)-99 Dont knowLA7 - nature of activity1 Field days and farmer evaluations2 On farm demonstrations3 Meetings4 Workshops5 Other (please specify)-99 Dont know/ rememberLA8 - location of activity1 In village2 In neighboring village3 In another village in district4 In another village in province-99 Dont know/remember 8 of 8

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