Potential of and constraints to the rice Green Revolution in Mozambique: A case study of the Chokwe irrigation scheme
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- Kajisa, Kei & Payongayong, Ellen, 2011. "Potential of and constraints to the rice Green Revolution in Mozambique: A case study of the Chokwe irrigation scheme," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 36(5), pages 615-626.
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