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Groundnuts production and marketing in Sudan

, : Groundnuts production and marketing in Sudan. Bulletin, National Council for Research, Sudan (119): 24p.

Groundnuts are the most important oilseed contributing to Sudan's foreign exchange earnings; this study investigates aspects of their cultivation and marketing. Aspects of production dealt with include: types of groundnut produced in irrigated and rainfed areas; yield; and cost of production. Problems related to both domestic and export marketing are then identified. Government policies affecting the groundnut trade since the nationalization of the industry in 1970 are outlined.

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