Tree tomato:Best return on investment
By WILLIES MWANIKI 18th Feb, 2020
Farmers should embrace new agribusiness ventures that are more profitable rather than depending on traditional ways.


A farmer ditches maize ventures in onion farming
By WILLIES MWANIKI 04th Feb, 2020
Spring onions mature after four months, which helps him manage three seasons a year giving him a huge profit margin.


Rich cucumber harvest pays off for greenhouse farmer
By WILLIES MWANIKI 21st Nov, 2019
After ten weeks, she harvested the first harvest of 71 kilograms and since then she has been collecting an average of 60 to 80 kilograms weekly.


Price stability attracts more farmers to grow passion fruits
By WILLIES MWANIKI 15th Nov, 2019
Passion farming is a straightforward agribusiness venture, and it is relatively manageable.


Farmer eyes higher returns with new dairy breeds
By WILLIES MWANIKI 06th Nov, 2019
Kariuki Gikonyo’s farm rears ten improved dairy breeds in a zero-grazing system with well-constructed cattle sheds for good quality and quantity milk.


Newspaper article birthed profitable tree tomato venture
By WILLIES MWANIKI 24th Oct, 2019
The grafted tree tomato takes about ten months to produce the first harvest of the fruits.


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Farmers fury over KRA move to target their earnings
By Osinde Obare 24th Nov, 2021
The agency argues that the request is in line with section 59 of the Tax Procedure Act 2015.


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By Antony Gitonga 24th Nov, 2021
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Prolonged drought kills livestock in Taita Taveta
By Renson Mnyamwezi 24th Nov, 2021
Kishagha Dio, a farmer at Kivuko area, said lions killed his three cows, escalating the existing human-wildlife conflict in the region.


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