Last week I visited the UK’s Cereals Event, a two day exhibition of all things arable including machinery, crop varieties, crop nutrition, fungicides, drones, precision farming and grain marketing.
Cereals 2017 Visit
22nd June 2017
By David Jones, Broad Acre Agronomist, Msc. Agriculture We already know that Canola is a very well adapted crop to a range of conditions in Kenya, and brings some great rotational benefits. But what a
Think Agronomy: Choosing The Right Canola Variety
8th November 2018
By Julius Sigei, Daily Nation In Part one of this series, we skimmed through the incredible 40 -year farming career of Mr. Hugo Wood. What is worth noting is that in 1984, Mr Wood faced an unexpected
Hugo Wood: How I Rose From a Ksh. 25 Million Wheat Loss
20th August 2018
By Ruth Vaughan, CropNuts Technical Director, Msc. Applied Science When you grow plants out in the open field, your soil has time to rest and regenerate. Not so in the greenhouse, where the climate is
12 Tips On Building Healthy Soil In Greenhouses
4th July 2018
By Ruth Vaughan, Technical Director, CropNuts Biochar is the new buzz word in farming.  What is it?  Biochar is basically ‘charred’ agricultural waste created through slow burning of organic mat
The Bountiful Benefits of Biochar
2nd March 2017
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