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Marketing channels for horticulture in Kenya

, : Marketing channels for horticulture in Kenya. Acta Horticulturae (49): 43-49

Two marketing systems are operating simultaneously in Kenya, viz. one connecting a large number of small-scale producers to the domestic market and the other connecting a small number of large-scale producers to the export market. Each system deals with a rather specific range of crops. The two systems are described in some detail. It is concluded that each system requires a special policy for its improvement.

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