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agroEXpand Africa
Africa's No. 1 online agricultural produce market. Posts agricultural produce advertisements for free on
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agroEXpand Africa Jun 5
Such a beautiful place
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TJ💞 Jun 25
It’s not enough to aim! You must hit 🎯
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agroEXpand Africa Jun 6
An Agricultural life is one eminently calculated for human happiness and human virtue. ~C. L. Allen
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agroEXpand Africa Jun 5
Such a beautiful place
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Fola Aina Jun 3
Dear young Nigerian, As much as you depend on God for the fulfilment of your dreams and aspirations, a lot also depends on you. What you are repeatedly doing now and refusing to do, will determine where you will be 10 years from now. Pay attention to your daily 'little habits'.
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indianhistorypics Jun 5
1950s :: Clean Air , Clear Sky In Delhi
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Kelvin Maina🇰🇪 🌿 Jun 4
I am breathing Oxygen naturally👃, Thank you trees🙏🌲🌲🌳🌳🌴🌴
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RICS South Asia Jun 5
Green buildings are not costly, but lack awareness: As per industry experts, they cost at the most 5% more than a conventional building, but energy & water savings can offset the extra expense in less than 5 years.
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agroEXpand Africa Jun 5
Sustainable agriculture does not deplete soil or people.
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agroEXpand Africa Jun 4
While agriculture in Africa often is discussed in the context of hunger and malnutrition, the only way for agriculture to become a source of food security is to ensure it also becomes a source of economic security. -Anne Mbaabu
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FLOCCINAUCINIHILIPILIFICATION Jun 4
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agroEXpand Africa Jun 4
Which of the following do you consider as the biggest problem in agriculture right now? Kindly answer and retweet. Thanks
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Daniel Ngotho May 26
Replying to @kiragungotho1
Someone once said working with young people is risky, that young people worry, often complain and make mistakes. We may be risky to do business with, but we are the most energetic, passionate & curious individuals who can guarantee the future of agriculture.
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Irri-Hub Ke/Afric. May 6
The first step in being a successful farm manager is keeping good, accurate records and establishing a sound record-keeping system. Farming is a business and records can be helpful in planning improvements for that business and making proper management decisions.
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Agribusiness & Trade Kenya Apr 6
To reduce the high risks of practicing agriculture, there is a need to rethink the whole agricultural process and see it as a business, rather than a hereditary practice.
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FAO Apr 2
Urban is more than production. It's about food security and reconnecting with what we eat.
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agroEXpand Africa Apr 3
Replying to @dreaybaba @FAO
Welcome to We bring sellers and buyers together
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Valentine Simei Mar 20
Youth is a major resource for development of financial prosperity but for social changes as well,but they face hurdles on a daily basis, with their energy not being channelled in the right direction. There is need to empower youth for a better tomorrow. 3 months
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agroEXpand Africa Mar 20
Our thoughts and prayers are with Nigeria😢😢
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FAO Mar 18
We need to make agriculture climate-smart and protect where our food comes from. 5 ways FAO is helping food producers adapt to a changing climate 👉
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