Genetic resource policies

promising crop biotechnologies for smallholder farmers in East Africa -bananas and maize

Includes briefs 19-26:

19- Assessing the Impact of Crop Genetic Improvement in Sub-Saharan Africa: Research Context and Highlights
By Melinda Smale
20- Crucial Determinants of Adoption: Planting Material Systems for Banana and Maize
By Melinda Smale, Enoch Kikulwe, Svetlana Edmeades, Mgenzi Byabachwezi, Jackson Nkuba, and Hugo De Groote
21- Gauging Potential Based on Current Adoption of Banana Hybrids
in Tanzania

By Jackson Nkuba, Svetlana Edmeades, and Melinda Smale
22- Predicting Farmer Demand for Transgenic Cooking Bananas in Uganda
By Svetlana Edmeades and Melinda Smale
23- Predicting Farmer Demand for Bt Maize in Kenya
By Melinda Smale, Hugo De Groote, and George Owuor
24- Biodiversity of Bananas on Farms in Uganda
By Svetlana Edmeades, Melinda Smale, and Deborah Karamura
25- Biodiversity of Maize on Farms in Kenya
By Melinda Smale, Hugo De Groote, and George Owuor
26- Biosafety and Biodiversity Risks
By Melinda Smale, Hugo De Groote, and José Falck-Zepeda

Author: 
Smale, Melinda, ed.
Edmeades, Svetlana, ed.
De Groote, Hugo, ed.
Published date: 
2006
Publisher: 
Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo (CIMMYT)
Series number: 
19-26
PDF file: 
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