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Rwanda seeks self- sufficiency in seed production

By CNBC Africa
25 July 2018   |   12:21 pm
Rwanda envisions reaching 75 per cent use of improved seeds by 2024 from 50 per cent currently. To drive that ambition, the country has signed a partnership with three firms to produce seeds locally.

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