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Tobacco producers and processors link in different aspects such as provision of tobacco seeds, extension services, construction and an improvement of curing barns, soft loans for farm implements like tractors and oxen.
This study analyses the linkages between producers and processors in improving tobacco production in Uyui district, Tabora region.
The study has shown that the interface has played a significant role in improving tobacco production in the district.
The study took place in Uyui district because it had high tobacco production with a large number of tobacco farmers of all categories, i.e.
those affiliated to primary cooperatives, farmers’ associations and not belonging to any of these categories.
The sample of the study was 85 of which 75 were tobacco farmers and 10 were tobacco officials.
The study has used the cross-sectional design; both quantitative and qualitative approaches were used.
Stratified and purposive sampling procedures were also adopted to obtain the samples.
Stanley Nelson Mnozya, born in 1977 in Mbeya Region in Tanzania.
Graduated from Sokoine University of Agriculture ( SUA) for first degree in Bachelor of Science in Agronomy from 2001-2004.
Currently I am working as an Acting Director of Crop Development at Tanzania Tobacco Board.
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