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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 […]

ESSENTIALS OF FARMING BUTTERNUT. SQUASH FARMING

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ESSENTIALS OF FARMING BUTTERNUT. Butternut or squash farming is gaining currency especially as demand for the product increases locally and internationally. As a plant that has its origins in Mexico, the butternut squash has become a culinary delight for many Kenyans who love its nutty taste. Butternut pumpkin is pear shaped golden yellow fruit that […]

HEALTH BENEFITS AND USES OF THORN MELON/KIWANO THORN MELON FARMING

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The taste of the fruit is similar to bananas and passion fruit. The peel of the melon contains essential nutrients, organic compounds, vitamins, and minerals. This reason is why the World Health Organization (WHO) considered it an essential fruit for fighting malnutrition and treating illnesses. How to use thorn melon The Best way to integrate […]

REAP A FORTUNE FROM THORN MELON FARMING thorn melon farming in kenya

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REAP A FORTUNE FROM THORN MELON FARMING First the fruit is rich in nutrients. It has made headlines across the world, and here in Kenya The Daily Nation and The Standard Newspapers have lauded its perceived health benefits. From a glance, thorn melon (also known as kiwano or horned melon) might pass for just another […]

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