Seeds of change
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CTA. 2003. Seeds of change. Spore 104. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Here are three handy 'how to' manuals on producing seeds for the market, written for individual farmers, community groups, local NGOs and schools lacking experience or formal training in seed production.
Here are three handy 'how to' manuals on producing seeds for the market, written for individual farmers, community groups, local NGOs and schools lacking experience or formal training in seed production. One focuses on producing bean seed, the second on business skills for seed businesses in general and the third is a trainer's guide for facilitators who want to promote and develop seed businesses. The guides have been field tested in Uganda, but are meant for a much wider audience in sub-Saharan Africa. Producing Bean Seed Business Skills for Small-Scale Seed Producers & Trainer's guide Three issues in the series 'handbooks for small-scale seed producers' S David & B Oliver. International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) - Africa. Single copies are available free of charge within Africa, and additional copies cost US$ 6.50 / 6.10 per manual including airmail postage. PO Box 6247 Kampala Uganda Fax: +256 41 56 76 35 Email: email@example.com
SubjectsMARKETING AND TRADE;
- CTA Spore (English)