High turnout at ASK show
By Mercy Kahenda
| July 3rd 2015
The on-going Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK) show has so far attracted farmers, schools, various agricultural institutions and agricultural products exhibitors.
The show, that begun on June 30 and runs until July 4, has so far treated goers to various exhibition stands with the Kenya Prison stand proving a major learning centre for town dwellers.
The prison officers taught farmers integrated farming that entails rearing rabbits, fish farming, poultry production and vegetable farming.
Boda boda operators were also catered for with farming technology that uses motorcycles to water land that can be used in both small and large scale farming.
A water pump is installed into the motorcyle which makes it possible to spray or irrigate using either the sprinkle or drip method.
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