DP Ruto: Impact of global warming hurts farmers, pastoralists
By Jael Mboga 14th Jul, 2021
The position paper was an intervention following a worrying lack of urgency from the recently-concluded G7 and G20 summits.


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


Study: Kenya loses food worth Sh72 billion in post-harvest loss
By Jael Mboga 07th Jun, 2021
The report further states that food loss traps the country in the yearly cycle of abundance and lack.


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


Study: Kenya loses food worth Sh72 billion in post-harvest loss
By Jael Mboga 07th Jun, 2021
The report further states that food loss traps the country in the yearly cycle of abundance and lack.


Farmers advised to continue planting despite locust invasion
By Jael Mboga 26th Feb, 2021
Some 1,670 scouts have been dispatched in counties affected by locusts, distributed according to the threat in each county.


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Freak frost hits heart of coffee belt, damaging crops
By Reuters 23rd Jul, 2021
Gonçalves estimates his production in 2022 will fall to around 1,500 bags from the usual 5,500 bags.


Rice farmers invent new varieties to withstand salt, storms
By Reuters 23rd Jul, 2021
Several cyclones and floods since then have made the ground saltier, forcing many people to abandon rice cultivation.


Drive to tame food prices threatens grain sector
By Reuters 23rd Jul, 2021
An increase in the export tax unveiled in mid-January, for example, sent global prices to their highest levels in seven years.


Avian flu outbreak compounds plight of poultry industry
By Xinhua 23rd Jul, 2021
The impact of the flu at the moment was significant only on the individual farms and their employees


Wheat farmers embrace high-yielding varieties to meet rising demand
By Xinhua 23rd Jul, 2021
The country imports from Russia and Ukraine to address the shortfall in domestic production.


Israel shakes up agriculture sector to cut produce costs
By Reuters 22nd Jul, 2021
The ministries said fruit and vegetable prices rose more than 80% in recent years, prompting public outrage.


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