Stephen Ephraem Post Correspondent — FARMERS in Marega area of Chipinge South recently impounded fertiliser worth $9 000 from Cotton Company of Zimbabwe accusing the company of failing to pay them a 10 cents
Charles Dhewa — Where formal organisations try to store their knowledge in the form of corporate processes and procedures, informal institutions like people’s agriculture markets pack their knowledge
Samuel Kadungure Farming Reporter — ZIMBABWE National Water Authority has implored water users across the country to pay their bills and use the precious liquid sparingly as levels in major dams remain stumpy at 38
Samuel Kadungure Farming Reporter — HARVESTING of the irrigated tobacco crop — planted in September 2016 — has started at a time the bulk of dryland growers are still in the fields transplanting their seedlings.
Blessing Rwizi Post Correspondent — BEEKEEPERS in WARD 18 of Chimanimani District have expressed concern over market shortages and knowledge on how to practice effective beekeeping and boost their
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.