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Senegal and The Gambia - On-Farm Seed Project The On-Farm Seed Project (OFSP) being implemented in Senegal (Annex 6) and The Gambia is an example of farmers' involvement in seed selection, production, storage and distribution. According to Winrock International (see Osborn 1990), "More than 90 percent of farmers in developing countries sow seed selected and saved from their own fields. The farmers' principal sources of seeds are the locally adapted varieties that have evolved through traditional selection and production practices.
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The columns of the table represent the agro-ecological potential. Thus, Kitale in Kenya will be high potential, and Sahelian Burkina Faso will be low potential; the rows represent the farmer's resource endowment, the size of the farm being the most dominant criterion. The cells indicate the farmer's risk tolerance capacity. Table 1. 3 At one end of the spectrum of farmers are those who cannot afford the cash outlay involved in purchasing seed, and who can be helped to increase production through better use of their own saved seed.
Seed systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: issues and options, Parts 63-266 by Venkatachalam Venkatesan