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    Political disputes and the deterioration of the economic and security situation in Libya continue to threaten the agricultural sector and its infrastructure. The cereal sector and, above all, wheat production, the most important crop for food security, are particularly affected. To improve food security conditions, farmers need to have access to improved seed, especially wheat seed. The wheat seed assistant programme was implemented to help small farmers in selected governorates to increase wheat production and productivity by distributing improved seed to producer households affected by the political situation, and by providing training and extension.
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    Mainstreaming efficient legume seed systems in Eastern Africa
    Challenges, opportunities and contributions towards improved livelihoods
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    Legumes are important components of sustainable farming systems. They are useful to diversify and intensify cropping systems; fix atmospheric nitrogen and improve soil health; act as rotation crops; increase and diversify smallholder incomes and low carbon footprint, mitigating climate change. Legumes can therefore play a critical role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. However, legume production is challenged by several policy, regulatory, institutional and technical factors, including lack of attention from the public sector and limited opportunity to attract private sector investment. Significant investments have been made to address these challenges and a substantial number of improved varieties developed/released. The weak legume seed sector has been identified as one of the key constraints limiting the availability of and access to high-quality seed of improved varieties, thereby hindering adoption. Institutional and technical innovations to disseminate legume crop technologies have shown promise. Areas of action for an effective integrated seed system could include i) increasing total seed production and availability; ii) increasing access to high-quality seed of improved varieties; iii) creating demand for quality seed; iv) reaching farmers ‘at last mile’; and v) lowering costs of seed. The basic principles required to mainstream legume seed systems include, but are not limited to, a closer look at the legume seed delivery theory of change; a strong and enabling policy and regulatory environment; a strong institutional framework; innovative approaches for early-generation seed supply and commercial seed producers; multi-stakeholder involvement; and linkage to grain markets and utilization.
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    The agro-ecosystem in Uzbekistan is diverse varying from mountain peaks in the east, to the flat, desert topography of central and western areas that comprise most of the nation’s land. This manual includes information on wheat production in Uzbekistan, wheat varieties suitable for the temperate desert areas, major traits determining seed quality and stages of wheat crop growth and development.

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