Top 16 nutrients that crops need
By George Mbakahya 25th May, 2021
Nutrient deficiency occurs when a plant lacks a sufficient quantity of an essential nutrient required for growth


No space? Vertical farming the way to go
By George Mbakahya 02nd Aug, 2020
Vertical farming is a creative solution to producing food in environments where arable land is unavailable or limited at the most.


Want to stop flooding fields? Try this grass
By George Mbakahya 16th May, 2020
Vetiver can be used strategically to help reduce the amount of water in the soil


Five ways to control pests in your garden
By George Mbakahya 14th Mar, 2020
Attack from insect pests tops the problems farmers encounter frequently in vegetable production. When identified early, managing the insects is easy


Ways to control pests in your garden
By George Mbakahya 14th Mar, 2020
Attack from insect pests tops the problems farmers encounter frequently in vegetable production.


Five ways to control pests in your garden
By George Mbakahya 14th Mar, 2020
Attack from insect pests tops the problems farmers encounter frequently in vegetable production. When identified early, managing the insects is easy


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