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dc.contributor.authorOchieng, H., Ojiem, J., Kamwana, S., Mutai, J., & Nyongesa, J.
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dc.publisherCambridge University Pressen_US
dc.subjectCommon bean, Multiple Varieties, Yield stability, Risk Management, Smallholder Systemsen_US
dc.titleMultiple-bean varieties as a strategy for minimizing production risk and enhancing yield stability in smallholder systemsen_US

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