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Profitable cash crops to grow on a small farm

From growing garlic to cultivating mushrooms, there are plenty of ways to boost the bottom line without a heavy capital.
By Jennifer Anyango May. 31, 2023
farmers are reducing acreages of traditional crops such as maize to pave the way for groundnut production.
By Bakari Angela May. 15, 2023
Only 19 per cent of the area of Kenya officially assessed for irrigation has been developed
By The Conversation May. 14, 2023
Apart from being a good forage napier grass shoot holds tightly onto soils and can effectively control soil erosion.
By Dr Othieno Joseph May. 10, 2023
Once upon a time, cotton was a lucrative crop. The crop did well in the old Nyanza, Western, Eastern and Coast provinces.
By Gardy Chacha May. 1, 2023
Over Sh5,000 offer per tonne makes Kenya the first country in the EAC to pay farmers the highest price for cane
By Robert Amalemba Apr. 22, 2023
The government will lend money to these targeted organisations and help them cultivate the land to produce food for Kenyans
By Nanjinia Wamuswa Apr. 17, 2023
63 per cent of soil in high and medium rainfall areas in Kenya are affected by acidity.
By James Omoro Apr. 14, 2023
How urban farming is done in dense urban settings in countries like Belgium, the Netherlands, Singapore and South Africa
By The Coversation Apr. 10, 2023
The easiest way is to invest in irrigation infrastructure. This enhances food security
By The Conversation Apr. 3, 2023
Our products have attracted international attention. We recently inked a deal with World Vision to deliver 2,200 kilograms of cassava flour
By Marion Kithi Mar. 28, 2023
In Kigali, settling and getting a job was not as smooth as he envisioned. But he was determined to make it.
By James Wanzala Mar. 26, 2023