Blessing Rwizi Farming Correspondent FOOD and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has this year secured groundnuts market for 30 farmers at Tonhorai Irrigation Scheme in Chimanimani.
Blessing Rwizi Post Correspondent MAUNGANIDZE Irrigation Scheme tomato farmers in Chimanimani District have appealed to development partners to assist them in securing a more profitable bulk-market for their tomatoes.
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor PRELIMINARY investigations into the cause of the Vumba plane crash, which claimed six lives on Monday have pointed to misjudgement of the altitude by the pilot as well as bad weather, The Manica Post can reveal.
Luthando Mapepa NEWLY resettled Chipinge farmer, Cde Joseph Chinotimba who is also Buhera South Member of National Assembly is expecting to harvest more than 500 tonnes of maize from his farm.
Blessing Rwizi DEVELOPMENT Aid from People to People has embarked on the ‘Farmers Club’ concept targeted at 1 000 small-scale farmers in wards 11 and 19 of Mutasa District.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent A Middle Sabi farmer, Mr Lucky Mhlanga, has joined thousands of farmers who are set to reap rich rewards from their involvement in the much vaunted Command Agriculture that is set to change the face of industry and the economy this year.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Farming Reporter SMALL-SCALE tobacco growers must book in their crop before delivery if normalcy is to return at the auction floors as this will give the system an estimated volume of the golden leaf to be supplied and inform the respective banks of monetary equivalence each farmer may require after transacting.
Blessing Rwizi Farming Correspondent HONEY farmers in Ward Four of Chipinge District are facing threats from ants that colonised their beehives, prior to the beginning of the rainy season.
Senior Reporter THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority has started disconnecting thousands of defaulting irrigators, among other defaulting clients, in a move that will compromise productivity at farms and irrigation schemes countrywide.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter THE multi-million tobacco industry – whose 2017 marketing season opened on Wednesday with everything pointing to a fantastic year – is set to release about 215 million kilogrammes with potential to rake in $700 million which will go a long way to improve the foreign currency situation in the country.