Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L) is an important staple legume food grown on nearly 413,000ha representing 4.0% of the total arable land in Uganda (Deom and Okello, 2018; Okello et al., 2010). On-farm dry pod yields are low, averaging 320 kg/acre, compared to on-station yields of 1,200kg/acre.The yield gaps are attributed to biotic (pests and diseases), abiotic (drought flood), Limited information on available technologies, cultural and political factors. Sales from raw produce could potentially generate $440 million to the producers who are largely resource poor small-scale farmers. Since the 19205, research efforts have released 24 varieties with their technology dissemination packages, the most recent commercial varieties being the Serenut 1-14 series. These varieties and their technology dissemination packages have alleviated some of the production problems.