Against the background of a definition of optimal land-use it is shown that a wide gap exists between the consumption and production of agricultural products in Ciskei. This condition is not due to a paucity of agricultural resources but the outcome of their sub-optimal use resulting from a series of institutional rather than technical constraints.
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