Its common English names include African ebony and African blackwood. In Kiswahili, it is known as Mpingo.
Esther Njeri and her husband Daniel Gitari use slurry from their cows to make briquettes, maximising benefits from their animals
He has been pocketing a tidy sum from his quarter-acre parcel of land since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in March
A drip irrigation system has the highest productivity per unit area and low crop root and leaf disease incidence because the water has no direct...
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Award winner, runs a multimillion-shilling strawberry farm in Nyandarua.
In Nakuru, many were ready to showcase modern farming methods and state-of-the-art equipment before the event was cancelled
British colonial authorities accused Africans in the Coast region of being lazy and preferring coconut wine
The disease makes plants to wilt during the day and eventually die while still young
Mbugua decided to make a multipurpose machine that has catapulted him into the limelight beyond Kenyan borders.
Vaccinate and make sure to isolate sick cows to eliminate contact with the other animals
Kefri says sandalwood cultivation will ease pressure on natural populations while providing income to farmers.
The missing link in tapping the country's agriculture sector’s potential has been a strong united voice that brings everyone on board.