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AgEcon Search 8 records found
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Maize, the most important food crop in Kenya, contributes 44 percent of the per-capita, calorie intake. Increases in maize production over the past three decades have bee [...]
1996 | Report |
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The objective of this report is to analyze the effects of smallholder commercialization on food crop input use and productivity in rural Kenya. The main research issues w [...]
1999 | Report |
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Farmers need access to certified seed stocks for efficient production of traditional African vegetable seed. However, access to quality certified seed is constrained by s [...]
01 February 2016 | Journal Article |
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Traditional African vegetables have recently received considerable attention for their contribution to food and nutrition security and opportunities for enhancing smallho [...]
2016-09 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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We develop a conceptual framework for quantifying fixed transactions costs facing semisubsistence households. Using household survey data from a sample of 324 Kenyan ma [...]
2001 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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This study uses a multi-market model of maize production to assesses the potential impact of "on-the-shelf" improved maize technologies on the welfare of rural and urban [...]
2002 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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This paper describes the findings of a study that used a multi-market model to assess the potential impact of improved maize technologies on the welfare of various types [...]
2003-12 | Journal Article |

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