This report is the outcome of the second phase of the AGRIDIV project in Indonesia. The goal of this second phase study is to examine the performance of farming, marketing and processing of CGPRT crops at two study dry land that have different cropping patterns. The two selected sites were Siswa Bangun and Restu Baru village. The results would by no means represent a national average. Hence, the description of farming, marketing and processing of those crops given here forms a source of in-depth quantitative and qualitative information that might have wider validity. Findings relate to maize and cassava commodity systems.