Report. Assessment of available infrastructures and additional requirements for functional seed systems in Karaozak district, Uzbekistan.
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Amanov, S. R. C. Sharma and J. Turok. 2015. Assessment of available infrastructures and additional requirements for functional seed systems in Karaozak district, Uzbekistan. Report. ICARDA, Tashkent.
Karaozak is a remote district in the Karakalpakstan territory of Uzbekistan. There is primarily agro-pastoral system in which most of the farmers have mixed farming system comprised of cereals, vegetables, fruits and livestock. The seed systems of different crops are not properly organized to make available to the farmers quality seed of different commodities. This was also highlighted in another report from a workshop on seed system conducted in Karaozak earlier this year. Informal discussion with different stakeholders and analysis of secondary data identified the following status of available infrastructures and needs for seed systems of various crops.
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