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Yara fertilisers comes to Ethiopia

Ethiopia has signed a mining agreement with Yara International for the development of Yara Dallol Potash Project. Located in the Afar region in Ethiopia's north...

Hungary eyes Uganda’s agriculture potential

Hungary has announced intentions to help Uganda modernise tourism, agriculture, water management and cyber security. “All over the world, we are known for innovations in...

Tanzania burns alive 6,400 chicks from Kenya

Potential diplomatic tension has been sparked between Tanzania and Kenya following burning of 6,400 one-day-old chicks from the latter on suspicion of spreading bird...

Rwandan farmers bemoans late hybrid seeds delivery

Co-operatives farmers in Rwanda have resorted to using low yielding traditional varieties to avoid major losses, as seed distribution delays persist. According to the agriculture...

More yields for Uganda coffee producers

Amid declining prices on the international market, Uganda’s coffee industry seems to be recovering from low export volumes. Uganda Coffee Development Authority’s (UCDA) latest data...

Africa ready to support agriculture revolution

Agriculture has potential to usher a wealthier future for Africa, delegates to the recent United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) have concurred. Though the initiative requires...

Low local output pushes rice prices

Steep decline in local production, expensive imports and piling pressure on households already grappling with the high cost of living has increase rice prices...

Dairy farmers implored to adopt smart farming

Renowned milk processor Brookside has urged Kenyan dairy farmers to adopt smart farming solutions and keep breeds that are cost effective and possess the...

Ethiopia puts out wheat tender

Ethiopia has floated a 400,000 tonnes of milling wheat tender for humanitarian assistance programs throughout the country. According to Global Agricultural Information Network (GAIN) report...

Flower farmers relocate to Ethiopia

Unending workforce strikes has forced Kenya’s flower farmers to consider relocation to Ethiopia, against the backdrop of a shrinking market . According to Nakuru Governor...