How 28-year-old graduate runs thriving tree tomato farm in Meru
By Phares Mutembei 17th May, 2021
Former Economics student who ditched white-collar job for tree tomato farming in Meru county is now making a profit

Farmers embrace drones to spray crops with pesticides
By Phares Mutembei 20th Jul, 2020
Use of drones is cost-effective unlike tractors, which are time consuming and end up running over some crops

Boost for new KPCU as farmers promise coffee deliveries
By Phares Mutembei 19th Jul, 2020
Another estate farmer, Ayub Bundi, said the new mill was more promising than private millers.

Inside hi-tech plant where potato seeds are grown
By Phares Mutembei 12th Jul, 2020
Smart Harvest team got a chance to tour the 200 acre Kisima Farm where Irish potato seeds are produced using latest technology.

How breeder keeps silage fresh for two years
By Phares Mutembei 16th May, 2020
Even as Covid-19 restrictions make life difficult, one farmer is at peace because he has a solid feeds storage system

Covid-19 shuts export market for Meru avocado farmers
By Phares Mutembei 10th May, 2020
Large scale avocado farmers in Meru and other Upper Eastern counties are counting losses after buyers gave their farms a wide berth over coronavirus


When nasal discharge is a sign of disease
By Dr Othieno Joseph 15th Jun, 2021
Lungworms can cause excessive nasal discharge. Signs in infected animals show shallow breathing

Why your nine-month-old chicken are yet to start laying eggs
By Dr Watson Messo 15th Jun, 2021
The birds which are laying must be sexually mature and have attained the correct body weight and size for egg production

Secrets for bumper tomato harvest
By George Mbakaya 15th Jun, 2021
Tomato plants produce suckers, extra branches that grow out between the main stem and tomato branches

Mechanisation helps farmers reduce losses
By Mactilda Mbenywe 15th Jun, 2021
The machine has been developed over time with technicians taking three months to make it suitable for the terrain in the region.

2021/22 Budget: Sh60 billion boost for food security, nutrition
By Jael Mboga 10th Jun, 2021
In the past two decades, Kenya’s position as a regional hub in global trade has led to diversification

State and NGO to exploit fishing at Lake Turkana
By Antony Gitonga 10th Jun, 2021
Lake Turkana has a potential of 35,000 metric tonnes but only five metric tonnes are achieved every year