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Title:Contract Farming: Sugar, Tea and Cotton in Zimbabwe
Authors:Jackson, J.C.
Cheater, Angela P.ISNI
Year:1989
Periodical:Eastern Africa Economic Review
Issue:Special issue
Period:August
Pages:97-107
Language:English
Geographic term:Zimbabwe
Subjects:contract farming
cotton
cane sugar
tea
Agriculture, Natural Resources and the Environment
Development and Technology
Economics and Trade
Abstract:This paper discusses contract farming in Zimbabwe, presenting case studies of sugar, tea and cotton production. Three examples of contract farming are examined: cotton and tea produced by outgrowers linked to nucleus estates owned and managed by the State, and sugarcane grown by large and small planters contracted to deliver their total output to the country's two privately-owned mills. These studies represent State and private contracting, irrigated and dryland production and marketing channels stretching from State marketing boards to private companies. Bibliogr., notes.
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