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PARSNIPS FARMING TIPS PARSNIPS FARMING

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Parsnip is a creamy white root that grows from 4 to 9 inches long, similar to a carrot in appearance and tasty like a celery heart. The parsnip is a biennial grown as an annual. A rosette of celery like leaves grow from the top of the fleshy root. Parsnips are a delicious type of […]

EVER THOUGHT OF REARING CAMELS/KING OF THE DESERT? CAMELS FARMING

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CAMELS REARING. Over the past few decades, camels have regained recognition for their food-producing potential in arid and semi-arid areas of Africa. After having been dismissed as uneconomical, their vital role in supporting human populations in some of the poorest and frequently drought-stricken areas of the world has now been widely acknowledged. The devastating African […]

BROCCOLI FARMING-A RARELY GROWN VEGETABLE WITH ENORMOUS REWARD BROCCOLI FARMING

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Broccoli can be boiled, steamed or consumed raw and is high in vitamin C and roughage. It also contains multiple nutrients with potent anti-cancer properties. Broccoli is rich in vitamins and minerals, and is a good source of Vitamin A, potassium, folic acid, iron, and fiber. Because of this, broccoli has been dubbed the “crown […]

CAULIFLOWER FARMING GUIDE CAULIFLOWER FARMING

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Cauliflower is an important vegetable worldwide. It has a huge market demand and economic importance. Commercial cultivation of cauliflowers can give you a lot of profit. Like any other crop management technique, you need to follow the basic methods of farming. If you want a good yield and healthy crop, you must adopt modern techniques […]

LEARN HOW TO GROW CARROTS IN YOUR GARDEN CARROT FARMING

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Orange carrots are the traditional standard, but you can try planting white, yellow, crimson, or even purple carrots. Carrot size and shape varies by type, and there are five major categories. Ball-type, Chantenay, and Danvers carrots have blocky shapes that can handle heavy or shallow soil, while slender Nantes and Imperator carrots need deep, loose […]

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Potatoes potato farming

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Potato is ranked second among Kenya’s most important foods, after maize. Its demand is increasing as it continues to gain acceptance in many parts of the world, both for direct consumption and industrial use. It is also among the food crops being promoted under His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four Agenda on food security, […]

TIPS ON GRAPES FARMING TIPS ON GRAPES FARMING

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Kenya is considered one of the best places in the globe to grow grapes because of the cool climates. The warm days, cool nights, volcanic soils as well as moderate rainfall in most parts of the country provide the optimum conditions to grow quality grapes. Climatic requirements In climates with a cool winter, the grape can survive temperatures down […]

RICE FARMING IN KENYA RICE FARMING

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Rice is one of the most important cereal crops in Kenya coming third after maize and wheat. It forms a very important diet for a majority of families in Kenya and is the source of livelihood in the Greater Mwea region. The demand for rice in Kenya has increased dramatically over the last few years […]

PLANTING, GROWING, AND HARVESTING THE TASTIEST SPINACH EVER! SPINACH FARMING

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Spinach is a vegetable, whose market is always guaranteed locally, and it fetches better prices than similar vegetables such as kale. Spinach is a very delicate crop, a heavy feeder, but very rewarding due to its nutritional value and diverse usage. Spinach are excellent source of vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, vitamin […]

FETCHING RICHES FROM SWEET POTATOES FARMING

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WHY FARM SWEET POTATOES? Sweet potato is a food security crop that can be grown nearly in all parts of the country. It is an inexpensive crop because it does not need much labour or fertilizer and that can be grown by the rural poor The orange-fleshed variety is  a good source of vitamin A […]

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