Successful Community-Based Seed Production Strategies
AbstractDesigned to address the issues that limit the access of small-scale farmers in sub-Saharan Africa to quality, affordable seed of the crops on which they depend for food security and livelihoods, this collection of articles describes successful principles for and experiences in community-based seed production. Among other things, the manuscripts analyze current seed production systems and models; propose ways to design successful community-based seed production schemes; describe proper seed production practices for selected cereals, vegetatively propagated plants, and other crops; and outline basic business practices for seed producers.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by CIMMYT: International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center in its series Manuals with number 56188.
Date of creation: 2004
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Seed production; Food security; Quality; Plant propagation; Crops; Models; Farmers; Partnerships; Small farms; Business management; Africa; Crop Production/Industries; F03; E10;
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