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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.
September 17, 2018
Turkana, Kenya’s second largest county covering more than 13% of Kenya’s surface has for the past few weeks been featured in news stories and publications as one of the Kenyan counties that have been most affected by the drought.
To minimize the gap between the demand and supply of cereals, oilseeds and pulses, intensive efforts are being made to increase their production.
Onion Farmers from Moshi, Tanzania had a different story to tell courtesy of Balton Tanzania who carried out an intense onion training covering; Onion storage facilities, cultivation practices, chemical usage in addition to Nursery preparation, sowing & maintenance, Transplanting techniques – ridges & furrow system, Spray & fertilizer programme, Harvesting techniques and Storage facilities. Balton […]
Dizengoff Ghana’s communications Division organized two weeks of training for its customers as well as its staff. The two training sessions which lasted a week at a time, took place at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Accra and ended on 30th May 2015. As part of the training, Dizengoff Ghana brought in a Motorola trainer from […]
KAMUNDIA MURIITHI Agro inputs company Amiran Kenya has introduced a new hybrid tomato variety that is tolerant to bacterial wilt. Plant habit: the variety is bacterial wilt tolerant for open field production, it is a strong strong vigorous plant with very good foliage coverage, and is suitable for growth during the dry and rainy seasons. […]
A DETAILED LOOK AT PEATMOSS. Peat moss is partially decomposed sphagnum moss plants, which are harvested from peat bogs. While peat moss is brown, like soil, it has a different texture and weight, it is light and spongy and crumbles into tiny splinters. It is difficult to wet, but once wet it retains water like […]