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Sowing the seeds of success

Authors: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics


RELIEF OR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT?

Authors: 
Longley, C.( editor ) ; Kanfideni, B.( editor ) ; Diakite, L.( editor )
Book
Publication Year: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics , 2004 2004
Publisher Details: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
Report/Series/Bulletin Name: 
Relief or agricultural development? Emergency seed projects, farmer seed systems and the dissemination of modern varieties in Mali and Niger
Report/series/Bulletin Number: 
2


Guidelines for Planning Local Seed System Interventions

Authors: 
Jones, R.; Rohrbach, D.( editor ) ; Dominguez, C. ; Longley, K. ; Saide, M. ; Leonardo, W.
Book
Publication Year: 
2003
Publisher Details: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
Report/Series/Bulletin Name: 
Guidelines for planning local seed system interventions / R. Jones
Report/series/Bulletin Number: 
1

 

ORGANIZING SEED FAIRS in emergency situations

Authors: 
Leonardo, W.J.
Book
Publication Year: 
2003
Publisher Details: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics ,
Report/Series/Bulletin Name: 
Organizing seed fairs in emergency situations / W.J. Leonardo
Report/series/Bulletin Number: 
1


Comparative Study of Three Community Seed Supply Strategies in Tanzania

Authors: 
Rohrbach, D.D. ;Saadan, H.M. ; Monyo , E.S. ; Kiriwaggulu, J.A.B. ; Mtenga, K. ; Mwaisela, F.
Book
Publication Year: 
2002
Publisher Details: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
Report/Series/Bulletin Name: 
Comparative study of three community seed supply strategies in Tanzania
Report/series/Bulletin Number: 
1

 

Distribution of relief seed and fertilizer in Zimbabwe

Authors: 
Rohrbach, D.D; Mashingaidze, A.B. ; Mudhara, M.
Book
Publication Year: 
2005
Publisher Details: 
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe; Rome, Italy : International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 


Drought and flood relief programs distributing free seed and fertilizer are common in southern Africa, but little is known about their efficacy. This study  mmarizes the impacts of input relief programs in Zimbabwe, based on data from surveys conducted in 2004, following two consecutive drought years.

Germinating the seeds of success in the semi-arid tropics

Authors: 
ICRISAT Annual Report 2005

 

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