Kenyan, Nigerian firm win Sh165m grant for agritech innovation
By Jacob Ng'etich 08th Sep, 2021
Kenyan and Nigerian firms have won a grant to fund expansion plans to help smallholder farmers


Kenyan, Nigerian firm win Sh165m grant for agritech innovation
By Jacob Ng'etich 08th Sep, 2021
Kenyan and Nigerian firms have won a grant to fund expansion plans to help smallholder farmers


ADC's plans to increase food production
By Jacob Ng'etich 24th Aug, 2020
Depending on the weather condition seed maize yield range between eight million kilos and 12 million kilos annually.


KTDA officials summoned by investigators
By Jacob Ng'etich 23rd Aug, 2020
The measures are supposed to include reforms in KTDA’s role in brokerage and auctioneering.


Prof’s 30-year research on traditional veggies pays off
By Jacob Ng'etich 15th Sep, 2018
Through Prof Mary Abukutsa’s efforts, mrenda, kunde, managu, saget and kanzira previously considered weeds are today recognised as rich food


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By Hellen Miseda 24th Oct, 2021
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By Stephen Wakhu 24th Oct, 2021
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Agriculture CS given a week to formulate plan to reduce cost of animal feed
By Jael Mboga 21st Oct, 2021
Uhuru directed Treasury to allocate Sh1 billion to the Agriculture ministry for the completion of the ongoing targeted interventions.


Farmer ditches tea for avocados
By Nathan Ochunge 19th Oct, 2021
Prices offered by tea companies were demeaning and you had to wait for a long time before getting paid.


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