Why new bean variety is selling like hot cake
By Stanley Ongwae 28th Feb, 2021
From an acre, Asumeri harvested eight to 10 sacks, unlike with the normal bean varieties which used to give him three bags per acre.
Coffee farmers lose millions in dubious dealings, CS admits
By Stanley Ongwae 04th Oct, 2020
The highest grade of coffee (A) fetches between Sh70 and Sh100 while grade C fetches up to a low of Sh20 per kilo.
FAO to train farmers on KIAMIS digital platform
By Faith Kutere 25th Oct, 2021
KIAMIS once handed over to the government will enable the registration of farmers into a comprehensive central farmer registry
From supply to demand: changing the approach in africa’s food economy
By Peter Theuri 25th Oct, 2021
Most of the agriculture that happens in the continent is dependent on rainfall which is not very reliable.
Kenya set to resume mango exports to EU
By Stephen Nzioka 25th Oct, 2021
The USAID- KCDMS project formed the Mango Technical Working Group to bring together key stakeholders from the agriculture sector