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


Fruit trees for arid and semi-arid areas
By George Mbakaya 08th Jun, 2021
Pomegranate is a shrub that grows to a height of 15 feet which is mainly propagated through cuttings


Secrets to growing healthy cucumbers
By George Mbakaya 06th Jun, 2021
Growing cucumbers is easy because it can be done in small spaces.


Alert! 5 top rainy season diseases
By George Mbakaya 30th May, 2021
Bacterial soft rots damage succulent plant parts such as fruits, tubers, stems and bulbs of plants in nearly every plant family.


The key steps in organic farming
By George Mbakaya 10th May, 2021
Organic farming relies on compost which is well decomposed as a natural fertiliser.


Top cover crops to break disease cycles
By George Mbakaya 04th May, 2021
Cover crops also known as living mulches, provide nutrients to the soil as manure does.


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