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October 1, 2019
Kenya’s farmers consider their top concerns to be over-cultivation, which leads to soil infertility and soil erosion, and human-wildlife conflict. Another issue, however, remains more difficult for Kenya’s agriculturer, and that is drought, Ran Kadoch, Head of Agrodivision for Nairobi-based Amiran Kenya Ltd., says.
May 8, 2019
According to Timothy Munywoki, Amiran Cereal Expert, soils become acidic when basic elements such as calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium held by soil colloids are replaced by hydrogen ions.
April 16, 2019
1. Sam, how would someone describe you? Like this, or like that. That’s dependent on the person asked. People can’t have the same description of the same person. 2. What do you enjoy most about working in your current position in the Accounts Dept? Getting to interact with staff on a daily basis. 3. What […]
April 15, 2019
The Amiran warehouse is where all the loading and offloading of fertilizer from trucks and containers is done. The team in charge of this has been dubbed the ‘Green Army’ due to their full green attire, team work, sheer work ethic, fast response to every order, respect to authority and their readiness to always help […]
December 19, 2018
Health Education Africa Resource Team (HEART) and Amiran Kenya Limited have come together with the mission of helping the less privileged and vulnerable women and children to have a decent livelihood. The partnership has seen Amiran setup 31 Amiran Farmers Kits (AFK) around the country in major HEART Centers in the Coast, Kisii and Nyanza […]
Festus Ruto, Erick Ndungu Muriithi, Dennis Ngetich, and Nicholas Chalo are the four winners who walk away with the Amiran Foundation Kit, a modern holistic agricultural innovation that allows farmers to grow more from less. The introduction of the Social Media competition is yet another boost to the Amiran and Seeds for Gold Farmer Empowerment […]