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An economic analysis of small holder irrigated farms in Zimbabwe

Water International 24(1): 59-64

An economic analysis of small holder irrigated farms in Zimbabwe

One of the strategies used for agricultural development in Zimbabwe is the development of the small holder irrigation sector.

Accession: 003037769

DOI: 10.1080/02508069908692135

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