Sorghum becomes the new cash crop for Meru farmers

Sorghum becomes the new cash crop for Meru farmers Sorghum is the fifth most important grain after maize. It is considered as the continent’s food for the poor and is grown mostly by poor families for home consumption. Sorghum may, however, hold the answers to Kenya’s arid and semi arid areas low returns, malnutrition and […]

Making A Strong Case For Organic Farming

Dr David Amudavi, the Executive Director of Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT), an organization based at the International Centre for Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) that promotes Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA) has been elected to the World Board of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), also called IFOAM Organics International to represent Africa in […]

Farming On The Slopes Of Kilimanjaro

Taita taveta is best known for hosting the world reknown Tsavo East and West National park.A traveler visiting the area for the first time is awed by the hills and mountains that seem to be a touching distance away.We are here to meet Bakari Mbise Mwololo a large scale  tomato and onion farmer.Bakari has been […]