Seed systems of rice and finger millet in Nepal, between formality and informality


Rahel Wyss
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January 2017


A thesis submitted in partial fulfillmentt of the requirements for Master of Science in Life Sciences in Applied Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, The School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences HAFL, Zollikofen. This thesis investigates the impacts of different seed systems on agrobiodiversity, seed value chains and livelihood of smallholder farmers in Ghanpokhara region, in the mid-hills of Nepal. This study was conducted in collaboration and with the support of the Diversifying Availability of Diverse Seeds project and the Local Crops Project.