A critical synthesis of both the formal and informal seed supply systems is essential to seek a way that will make them efficient. These days, the majority of the Ethiopian farmers are believed to depend upon the informal seed supply system. These sources are generally grouped into two major classes; informal and formal seed supply systems. Hence, it is important to assess the strengths and weaknesses of both the informal and formal seed supply systems so that farmers can complement each other and improve their access to modern wheat cultivars. Farmers can obtain seed from several sources. This book mainly focuses on study involving the Integration of the Formal and Informal Wheat Seed Supply Systems to Improve Farmers’ Access to Modern Cultivars in East Gojjam Zone of the Amhara Region, Ethiopia. The book is believed to be the most important in addressing certain ideas on wheat... A single system has been found less efficient in addressing the diverse seed needs of small-scale farmers.