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By Ruth Vaughan In Part 1 of our newsletter, we explored the various farming practices that improve the soil and the environment. In this second issue, we discuss various useful tips on how to mainta
Creating Sustainability In The Flower Industry (Part 2)
1st March 2018
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This week I am going to take a relatively easy subject to discuss. Trials that I am currently doing, and why I think these areas need attention. I have carried out several field trials so far, but I€
Field Trials & Research
21st July 2017
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By Anne Munene When Kenya’s President Uhuru was inaugurated for his second and final term on Nov 26th, those of us in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs), were gratified when President painted the broa
Healthy Soils: Key to Unlocking the Grass Potential In Arid Lands
16th April 2018
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This week my attention has been drawn to two interesting agrochemicals, and aerial imaging for crop scouting I first started using aerial imaging a couple of years ago, when I decided that I needed to
Think Agronomy: PGRs and Maize weed control
13th June 2017
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By JULIANI Talk has been rife of empowering and encouraging youth, many of whom suffer silently under the weight of food insecurity and the high cost of living, to participate in agriculture. Numerous
JULIANI: Youth Can Change The Face Of Agriculture
7th March 2018

Post Harvest Technology & Water Quality Training

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