3 edition of economic impact of the adoption of hybrid maize in Swaziland found in the catalog.
economic impact of the adoption of hybrid maize in Swaziland
Joseph Gichugu Kariuki
|Statement||Joseph Gichugu Kariuki.|
|Series||Farming systems and resource economics in the tropics,, vol. 9|
|LC Classifications||HD9049.C8 S785 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||498 p. :|
|Number of Pages||498|
|LC Control Number||90220224|
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Maize as a staple food for the Swazi Nation and used as a measure of food security, was used in the study to present the impacts of land tenure on maize productivity.
The adoption of innovations is medium-term, and usually less than %. The impact of innovations includes intermediate areas, such as institutional, political. Within the eastern Africa region for example, the average adoption rate of improved hybrid maize seed is 44 percent (Marechera, G.,et al ), and increasing fast.