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Characterization of maize germplasm grown in eastern and southern Africa: Results of the 2006 region Characterization of maize germplasm grown in eastern and southern Africa: Results of the 2006 region

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Date added: 05/20/2008
Date modified: 01/27/2010
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A report of the regional trials carried out in 2006, in eastern and southern Africa.

Characterization of Maize Producing Households in the Northern Region of Ghana Characterization of Maize Producing Households in the Northern Region of Ghana

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Date added: 06/16/2011
Date modified: 06/16/2011
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This report presents the results from the household survey for the DTMA project in the northern region of Ghana. The principal objective of the household assessment is to describe and explain current conditions in the project area.

The pattern of grain yield response of normal and quality protein maize cultivars The pattern of grain yield response of normal and quality protein maize cultivars

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Date added: 04/21/2010
Date modified: 04/21/2010
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This article, authored by B.Badu-Apraku and A. Fontem Lum was published in Agronomy Journal, Volume 102, Issue 2 (pp 381-394).

Characterization of maize germplasm grown in eastern and southern Africa - 2007 Regional Trials Characterization of maize germplasm grown in eastern and southern Africa - 2007 Regional Trials

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Date added: 05/20/2009
Date modified: 01/27/2010
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This reports gives the results of the 2007 regional trials coordinated by CIMMYT Zimbabwe.

Characterization of Maize Production Sub-Systems in Mossourize and Sussungenga Districts, Mozambique Characterization of Maize Production Sub-Systems in Mossourize and Sussungenga Districts, Mozambique

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Date added: 02/09/2012
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This report presents the findings of a household survey conducted in two districts (Sussundenga and Mossurize) in Mozambique to determine the local reality with regard to baseline indicators that could be used to measure the impact of the adoption of improved maize varieties in the country. Data was collected on household characteristics, livelihood strategies as well as income and expenditure, including strategies for coping with food shortages; livelihood shocks and adoption of improved maize varieties.

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