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Africa's Emerging Maize Revolution

D. Byerlee, Carl K. Eicher
Published 1997 · Economics

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This text presents the results of extensive field research on the maize economy in six African countries, as well as broader-based studies of maize research and extension (R&E), soil fertility, seed distribution, fertilizer, and marketing and processing.



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