A First Look at Maize Markets and Demographics among Conservation Agriculture Adopters and Non Adopters in Mozambique
Lambert, Dayton M.
Eash, Neal S.
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Mozambique has 1.4 million hectares of arable land suitable for producing maize. Average yields are low (920 kg/ha in 2008 (FAOSTAT). The livelihoods of most families depend on small-scale agriculture. Maize is the main staple and accounts for most of the population’s caloric intake.
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