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Strengthening the seed sector


, : Strengthening the seed sector. Organisation and management of national seed programmes Proceedings of a follow up seminar/workshop held from 12 to 24 November 1994 in Aleppo, Syria: 3-9

Many alternatives are available to develop the seed sector and each country needs a mechanism to make choices. A national seed board is required to establish goals, policy guidelines and strategies to achieve them.

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