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The characterization of maize seed in international trade


, : The characterization of maize seed in international trade. Mais ( 2): 74-75

Agricultural seed is covered by the seed trading law and can only be sold if it has been produced according to certain regulations which aim to protect the buyer by ensuring minimum standards. Regulations on maize seed are strict because seed quality is particularly important in maize production and because more maize seed is traded internationally than other types of seed.

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