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Adoption of Improved Seed, Varietal Diversity and Their Effects on Maize Productivity in Kenya

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  • Chiputwa, Brian
  • Kostandini, Genti
  • Erenstein, Olaf
  • Kassie, Girma Tesfahun

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  • Chiputwa, Brian & Kostandini, Genti & Erenstein, Olaf & Kassie, Girma Tesfahun, 2013. "Adoption of Improved Seed, Varietal Diversity and Their Effects on Maize Productivity in Kenya," 2013 Annual Meeting, August 4-6, 2013, Washington, D.C. 150300, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.
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    Crop Production/Industries; Production Economics; Risk and Uncertainty;

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