• Farmer field and business school (FFBS) harvest

    The second season of the Farmer Field and Business School cycle, which began in August, is coming to a close. The cycle which incorporated fifteen training sessions for a total of 1305 farmer, enters its final stage as farmers begin harvesting their potatoes planted using the FFBS technology. Last season the farmers reaped handsomely, getting […]

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  • Potato industry in Kenya

    The potato is the second most important food and cash crop after maize in Kenya. It goes without saying that the potato occupies a prime position in terms of contribution to food security, poverty eradication, and economic development. It is grown by about 800,000 smallholder farmers, employs 2.7 million actors along the marketing channels, and […]

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