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August 5th, 2015 / Daily Monitor, Uganda

thumb.aspxB4FA Fellow Michael Ssali reports: Much as we value soil fertility and sufficient rainfall for successful crop production, a lot of attention ought to be paid to the kind of seeds that we plant. Poor quality seeds will most likely result in low yields even if they are planted in good soils and there is sufficient rainfall. For centuries, mankind has been selecting, propagating, and preserving seeds on the basis of their desired characteristics.  See more