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Tobbacco Research board issues TOBBACCO-APHID Alert attacking Seedbed

  for full notice letter download it here aphidalert18

Nespresso to launch limited edition Zimbabwean coffee in May

Nespresso is poised to add Zimbabwe to the list of trendy African coffees As single-origin beans from nations like Ethiopia and Kenya gain in popularity, Nespresso is poised to add Zimbabwe to the list of trendy African coffees. The unit of Nestle...

kurima mari mobile app to launch soon

Kurima Mari farming app version 3 will be available for free on Google play store in just 7 days. For all your Agricultural information needs such as how to grow a particular crop or livestock value chain, marketing linkages...

Manufacturers told to make women friendly agricultural machines

agriculture equipment manufacturers have been advised to produce women-friendly farming machines to attract more women into the sector. Dr. Julius Gatune, Senior Researcher and Policy Advisor, Africa Centre for Economic Transformation (ACET) said women are restricted to the most difficult...

Agrifoods exhibits at the Harare Agricultural Show 2018

Agrifoods exhibits at the Harare Agricultural Show 2018. The Managing Director, Wellington E. Chiremba speaks on the company's strategic thrust and share some insights on what the company is offering to farmers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7P_xIVVJjl8

farmer’s adopting green energy technology in local farms

  Here is a post by Donald Chipunza on his facebook wall as he demonstrates how he has adopted green technology"he said " This is a solar wind hybrid installed at my farm. Its not yet found in Zim(lm the first)...

SEED CO Zimbabwe won a double at 2018 Harare Agricultural Show

SEED CO Zimbabwe won a double at 2018 Harare Agricultural Show, which ended on Saturday, the 108th time the exhibition has been held. Seed Co managing director Denias Zaranyika (left) poses for a picture with President Emmerson Mnangagwa The company, which...

Domino-effect could push Earth towards a ‘hothouse’ climate

Even if greenhouse gas emissions are reduced, there is a risk that global warming could trigger other processes which could push the Earth System irreversibly towards a “hothouse” climate, an international team of scientists has warned. The study, published...

Avian Flu costs Zim and S.A $810 million in losses

Avian Influenza affected 813 000 breeding stock and backyard chickens in South Africa. THE outbreak of the Avian Influenza in Zimbabwe and South Africa saw the regional countries incurring about $810 million losses in egg production, according to the Southern...

Yadah Connect has embraced technology in its apiculture business by introducing the “smart hive”,...

In Zimbabwe, bee-keeping is fast becoming a profitable income generating activity for people of diverse backgrounds owing to high demand for honey and bee related products in both the domestic and export markets. With the technological revolution taking over many...