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Irri Hub Ke/Afric. Jun 9
We are working on the belief that a proven way to expand and food production in Africa is to focus on scaling up programs, bringing water to parched lands, & strengthening the hands of farmers who produce food against climatic odds.
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Bob Kendal Jun 12
BBC News - The man who helped feed the world
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Irri Hub Ke/Afric. Jun 11
Capsicums and tomatoes under drip irrigation doing great at Kiserian!
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Daniel Ngotho Jun 11
African transformation is in the hands of women.
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Sharon J Cheboi Jun 11
Mace Foods in is looking for suppliers of chillie. Share this with your friends!
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Soil Steam International AS 1h
We are now steaming soil at @Knaskerøtter in for the third year in row. Last year they got more than 40% bigger harvest on the steamed soil, without using any pesticides! This is green .
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Bayer Crop Science UK 21s
How did commercial technical advisor Craig Simpson get involved in a crop protection career, and what drew him to in the first place? asks the man himself...
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Caroline Mwongera Jun 14
51% of ’s population is in , but only contributes about 15% of GDP. Farmers are aware of technologies, but are not using them effectively and at the scale needed to transform productivity.
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CONSULAI 1h
Our co-leader explains what is and which Innovation Experiments we are supporting 🇵🇹🇪🇸 Watch out the video 👀
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Raj Raghuwanshi Jun 16
agriculture students want justice . student strike
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TH Clements Jun 14
Our machines may be getting stuck in the mud but our hardy teams are battling through the water-logged fields, ensuring the UK's supermarket shelves are stocked full of our lovely !
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CTA Jun 11
The first AWAN-Afrika continental conference has started! Beatrice Gakuba, CEO: "We cannot think about without talking about !"
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AgriLedger 1m
is about creating practical framework for agriculture! We are proud to work with in Haiti 🇭🇹 bring innovative solution to introduce common world standards for all farmers.
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Manuela Zude 2h
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Plantheus 🌱 3h
The term vertical farming refers to the production of agricultural products in vertically stacked layers, vertically inclined surfaces, and other similar structures included but not limited to used deep mines, used warehouses and used shipping containers.
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UNCCD 18m
farmers in are hidden heroes of : to grow organic 🍓, they use - innovative + sustainable energy production thru biogas from manure - drip irrigation with rainwater - recycled food waste for organic fertilizer to raise land productivity
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Irri Hub Ke/Afric. 4h
We all know Africa needs a big dose of digital revolution. Farmers are shifting to the use of ICTs to access advisory services such as mobile phones. Let us employ youths in the extension field to work with fellow youths, because they may have trending ideas.
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Rita Wanjiru Mugo 25m
Replying to @TweetsByMamaT
Does anyone remember - OR make reference to OR update - The Farm Management Handbook of Kenya circa 1980s?
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CBi Nigeria 22m
Replying to @CBiNGR
Presentation on market interventions and results by Dr. Bala Magaji, country director of
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Manish Patel Jun 16
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