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AgEcon Search 20 records found 1 - 10next  jump to record: Search took 0.07 seconds. 
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The economic reforms in maize marketing and trade policies implemented during the 1990s have been highly controversial, and there remains a lack of solid empirical invest [...]
2008 | Report |
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The case for promoting export-oriented cash crops in Africa has generally been based on their direct potential contribution to agricultural productivity and small farmer [...]
2003-01 | Journal Article |
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This policy synthesis highlights the key findings and conclusions contained in the full report, “Developments in Fertilizer Marketing in Zambia: Commercial Trading, Go [...]
2002 | Report |
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The debate on fertilizer reform process in Zambia has two contrasting views. Some stakeholders continue to be convinced that the private sector is unable to adequately se [...]
2002 | Report |
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This paper studies the dynamics between cash cropping and food crop productivity in Gokwe North District in Zimbabwe, a major cotton producing area. The main research iss [...]
1999 | Report |
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Inorganic fertilizers will play a role in government programs, but whether or not a single policy is valuable for all farmers depends upon the net gain for the farmers. [...]
2002 | Report |
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The main question which this research originally sought to answer was whether or not inorganic fertilizers are generally profitable used alone on maize, or with pesticide [...]
2000 | Report |
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Many governments in developing countries distribute fertilizer at subsidized prices to stimulate fertilizer use and agricultural productivity. However, the extent to whi [...]
2006 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |

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