Crop collection

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"Check out!" Test Questions on Crop Collection Document 1985
This resource appears in: Crop collection

A set of questions and exercises to help you check how well you have understood the key concepts and management issues relating to crop collection in a marketing cooperative.

Author MATCOM / ILO
Region / Country Global
Keywords Self Assessment Exercise
Lesson 1: Management choices Lesson 1985
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The objective of this lesson is to introduce the issues that concern marketing cooperatives in relation to collecting produce from their members. The various tasks and the factors which determine how the collection and receiving system should be organised are reviewed.

Author MATCOM / ILO
Region / Country Global
Keywords Cooperative Services
Lesson 2: The cost of collection Lesson 1985
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The objective of this lesson is to look at how alternative collection systems affect the society’s costs and consider the factors that must be taken into account when deciding which system to use.

Author MATCOM / ILO
Region / Country Global
Keywords Cooperative Services
Lesson 4: Receiving produce Lesson 1985
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The objective of this lesson is to examine the issues involved in receiving produce and how best to organise and sequence such steps as weighing, grading, testing and paying members.

Author MATCOM / ILO
Region / Country Global
Keywords Cooperative Services
Lesson 5: Inspection Lesson 1985
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The objective of this lesson is to review the steps involved in sampling and testing produce delivered by farmers which can then act as a basis for making payments according to quality.

Author MATCOM / ILO
Region / Country Global
Keywords Cooperative Services
Lesson 6: Record-keeping Lesson 1985
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The objective of this lesson is to review the necessity for records in the process of crop collection and explain the importance of critically reviewing recording systems to ensure that essential information is obtained but unnecessary details are eliminated.

Author MATCOM / ILO
Region / Country Global
Keywords Cooperative Services, Record Keeping

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