Tag: hass avocado farming in kenya

REAP ENERMOUSLY FROM HASS AVOCADO DEMAND HASS AVOCADO FARMING

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Description: Hass avocado is a black-colored avocado type and the highest in demand globally. High on the lists of global health fads, the avocado is in hot demand. And the HASS avocado specifically is an extremely popular commodity. There is an increase in avocado demand every year. Kenya farmers can’t keep up with the demand. […]

OXFARM ORGANIC HASS AVOCADO SEEDLINGS AND PACKAGE. hass avocado farming

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Description: There are various types of avocados but the most famous are fuerte and  hass varities. Hass variety is the best due to its marketability.it is mostly grown for export and thus its high demand. Requirement for growth: Hass avocado is cultivated over a wide range of climates, with a 2500m altitude above sea level […]

A GUIDE TO GROWING BOMA RHODES GRASS A GUIDE TO GROWING BOMA RHODES GRASS

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For many farmers, growing your own hay to feed your livestock is one satisfying step closer to a self-sufficient farm. If you’re lucky enough to have several large, open fields on your farm, growing your own hay can be a very viable project. But as with any crop, growing hay has its share of complexities […]

If it wasn’t for the sun, my fruits will not be greener If it wasn’t for the sun, my fruits will not be greener

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If it wasn’t for the sun, my fruits will not be greener   The little-known Kapsoen village, a few kilometres off the Eldoret-Iten road in Moiben, Uasin Gishu County, is currently dusty and hot. As in many other parts of the country, it has not rained in the area for months, and, therefore, most farms […]

March – April Hass avocados planting package

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We have started on preparation for the long rains Hass avocados projects as early as now through farm visits where we are doing soil testing and advising on land preparation. Start early preparations to ensure timely planting on the long rains. Booking for the seedlings also ongoing. We charge 40,000 per acre which is the […]

Need to shift to other cash crops like avocados as coffee prices continue to fall

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Murang’a farmers have received an average of Sh27 a kilo for the 2017/18 cherry deliveries, the lowest rate since 2013/14 season. The newly released rates by the Coffee Development Department show the farmers first received an advance pay of Sh10 per kilo in August before getting Sh17 as the final pay starting December. This has […]

Making fortune from avocado farming.Success stories of farmers who shifted from coffee farming to hass avocado farming

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When Steve Mbugua uprooted more than 500 coffee trees on his  farm in Nyeri county eight years ago, his neighbors thought he was making a mistake. The farmer replaced them with 500 seedlings of Hass avocados – for which there is now huge export demand – and today makes 400,000 Kenyan shillings  a year from […]

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