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Eddyednah May 23
As organic food systems gain relevance and more attention...it's ability to connect people with their environment also grows.
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Eddyednah Apr 29
Replying to @CIMMYT
Are we expecting El nino or rather short rainy season?? Which varieties are preferable considering the circumstances in place..
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Eddyednah Mar 22
Land is an important asset to each human being not only to the farmers, protect the land where our food come from avoid too much toxics. People are losing the strong connection between them and land.
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Emmanuel Atamba Ⓥ Mar 12
The question on whether and can feed the world can only be answered through empirical evidence and data- There is a great need to focus our research on that question. -
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KEFRI Mar 21
Education,should not take people away from the land but instill in them even more respect for it.The future of the planet concerns all of us and we should all do what we can to protect it. You don't need a diploma to plant a tree - Wangari Maathai
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Wangũi wa Kamonji Mar 21
Join us @biea_nairobi this Friday at 4.30 pm for a screening and discussion of the film "Sidelots", a meditation on black love, loss and reclamation told in ritual between Detroit, Alabama and Kenya.
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Eddyednah Mar 2
Let's mapKE with agricultural data.. this timely access to data will help farmers unlock their potentials
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Daily Nation Mar 2
My secret to making fortune from dryland
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OpenStreetMapKE Mar 2
Amazing and insightful workshop earlier today for , 29 new mappers on . All thanks to
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Eddyednah Nov 1
Is the local consumer a lesser being? To some extend local consumer as been considered a lesser being when it comes to food safety; food products intended for export are subjected to super standardization. is key
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Route to Food 25 Jun 18
A man was imprisoned within a day for selling cat meat, yet importers of hundreds of thousands of controversial metric tonnes of sugar walk free. In a game of BigMan-LittleMan-Influence & Politics, there are skewed priorities when it comes to & in Kenya.
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Mr.Agriculture 🇰🇪 25 Apr 18
Dairy farmers of Murang'a County enjoy constant milk prices after the formation of 28 milk cooperatives under Murang'a County Creameries to help farmers from the over exploitive brokers.
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Eddyednah 25 Apr 18
Agriculture is not all about dirt, tractors, harrows and soils..Agriculture will in the end lead to Real wealth,good health and happiness
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Emmanuel Atamba Ⓥ 19 Apr 18
Its important to ensure that our focus and drive for commercial agriculture does not affect food sovereignty of small-holder farmers.
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Brian chavera 24 Apr 18
Enough food for chicks is not just enough. formulaton of a balanced nutritious feeds is key for general growth and development of chicks
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Agriprocity 23 Apr 18
A truly bright Kenyan mind who I have the honour of working with -
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Usomi Agriculture 23 Apr 18
The first 4 weeks of a kuku's life are the most critical to its survival. Current chick mortality rates (>10%) are unacceptable. More extension work needed.
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APSID Consulting Co. 22 Apr 18
Sad truth; Kenya imports over 40% of the eggs consumed locally- Kienyeji eggs have even become impossible to get. Join the conversation.
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Ronald 22 Apr 18
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