Samuel Kadungure FARMERS in Manicaland who have scaled up planting operations following the inception of the rains must wake up to the reality of climate change and plant according to advice from agronomists and weather experts to avoid losses.
Samuel Kadungure Farming Reporter SMALLHOLDER farmers in communal parts of Manicaland have suffered unmitigated livestock fatalities that have dealt a blow on their future livelihoods and capacity to
Samuel Kadungure Farming Reporter THE current climatic condition demands all livestock farmers to strategically destock non-breeding stock so that they remain with a manageable herd which can be fed
Samuel Kadungure Farming Reporter MANICALAND has started receiving its allocation of inputs for farmers whose contracts have passed the test under the Command Agriculture programme.
Blessing Rwizi Post Correspondent PRACTICAL Action will this week float five 25-cubic-metre fish cages at Osborne Dam and Odzi River.
Luthando Mapepa Post Correspondent FARMERS in the low veld have been urged to grow small grains in this coming planting season in order to harvest high yields.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent FARMERS in Mutasa District have tapped into the technological trajectory to bridge the gap between them and the market following the successful launch of an online
Samuel Kadungure Farming Reporter — WHEAT farmers are racing against time to harvest as the crop is now under serious threat from early rains expected to fall anytime. At great risk is the late planted cereal crop as those
Agricultural Marketing Authority (AMA) has begun the registration of companies and individuals intending to buy or grow horticultural products during the forthcoming year which