Author: Mkulima News

Starting a Poultry Farm in Kenya

2nd July 2018

Poultry keeping for business can be a viable and sustainable business.The demand for poultry products is in constant demand.If managed well one can make a living out of it.

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Vaccinate Cattle Against Riftvalley Fever

2nd July 2018

FarmersWeekly-S.A Article

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Digital Revolution: More Efficient Agriculture, More Reliable Harvests

28th June 2018

Agriculture is in the grip of a revolution. Digital information about weather, soil conditions and crop health is already helping modern farmers optimize their harvest yields. Now experts at Bayer want to create further intelligent digital tools to advance connectivity in agriculture, with the objective of conserving resources, safeguarding harvests and protecting the environment Article […]

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The Digital Farmer

28th June 2018

As population grows we need to find a way to produce much more food, with less resources in a more sustainable way. The first major step-growth in agricultural production happed more than 100 years ago with the advent of nitrate based mineral fertilizer. Already then Yara played a pivotal role. As our challenges grow we […]

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6 game changers in the aquaculture industry

28th June 2018

We have made so much progress, yet we still have so much more to do. Let’s embrace change, keep moving and work together to feed the future by producing healthy and safe proteins that meet the demands of a growing population. Read here…

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These companies stand up for genetically engineered foods

28th June 2018

Believe it or not, the tides seem to be turning and more companies are willing to speak up and defend the GMOs found in their products. Read here…Read here…

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EU unveils value addition project for small holder farmers

28th June 2018

The launch of AgriFI Kenya on Wednesday signified the intent of players in the agriculture sector to promote high development impact in this space. Read here..

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Ancient Agricultural Impact

26th June 2018

The researchers found that an increase in deforestation and agricultural activity during the Bronze Age in Ireland reached a tipping point that affected Earth’s nitrogen cycle Read more..

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