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000266448 245__ $$aSeeding eastern Africa’s maize revolution   in the post-structural adjustment era: a review and comparative analysis of the formal maize seed sector
000266448 260__ $$c2018
000266448 269__ $$a2018
000266448 336__ $$aJournal Article
000266448 520__ $$aImproved maize seed is instrumental to deliver an Asian-style ‘green revolution’ for Africa. The paper reviews and makes a comparative analysis of the maize (corn) seed sector and its evolution in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Ethiopia drawing from seed sector surveys and secondary data. Enhancing farmers’ access to and use of new maize varieties still presents a number of challenges in eastern Africa – not least due to a number of policy and institutional impediments to the development of the seed sector. The regional seed sectors also show some remarkable contrasts: they have evolved at different speeds and in different directions, driven by diverging agricultural growth opportunities and varying degrees of regulation, liberalization and restructuring. The paper reiterates calls for an enabling environment for private seed companies to evolve in order to serve the diverse farmer communities so that they benefit from existing and future improved maize seed opportunities.
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000266448 546__ $$aEnglish
000266448 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000266448 650__ $$aAgricultural Finance
000266448 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000266448 6531_ $$aseed supply
000266448 6531_ $$aseed business
000266448 6531_ $$acorn
000266448 6531_ $$aimproved varieties
000266448 6531_ $$astructural adjustment
000266448 700__ $$aErenstein, Olaf
000266448 700__ $$aKassie, Girma Tesfahun
000266448 773__ $$jVolume 21$$kIssue 1$$o52$$q39$$tInternational Food and Agribusiness Management Review
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