WHAT FARMERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT TISSUE-CULTURE BANANAS

Thanks to increasing demand and enticing market costs, banana farming is gaining momentum. till recently, use of standard suckers as planting material has been the sole choice in banana farming. This methodology is most popular by several farmers. As a result, it needs less inputs and therefore the suckers are often planted forthwith within the field. However, the most plight with this sort of planting system is that the bananas simply suffer from pests and diseases like wilt disease, Sigatoka and microorganism Xanthomonas wilt (BXW). Banana weevils and nematodes also…

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GOOD RETURNS THROUGH HASS AVOCADO FARMING

Avocado farming in Kenya presents a decent chance not just for farmers, however a growing population of young people to venture into. The Kenyan market whether domestic or export is growing however restricted by the production levels of the present farmers. First and foremost, common selection for the export market is that of the HASS avocado. Hass could be a semi-spreading tree requiring a minimum of a 5M by 5M planting distance at maturity. It’s a generous bearer of fruits. We at Oxfarm Organic Ltd have a privilege of interacting…

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FINANCIAL BREAKTHROUGH VIA POMEGRANATE FRUIT FARMING IN KENYA

Kenya has discovered a replacement marvel fruit. The pomegranate fruit in Kenya. Pomegranate fruit in Kenya is a red fruit with a tricky outer bark like layer that originated from Persia. Pomegranate fruit may be a variety of fruit found on several people`s fences in Kenya and possibly devoured by birds however not any longer once this breakthrough. Pomegranate fruit has several tiny seeds lined by a skin that seems like a tree bark. Folks in Kenya sometimes chew the seeds of pomegranate fruit or simply create juice with them.…

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Kiwi fruits benefits and facts.

Many modern farmers in Kenya are now growing the wonder Kiwi fruit. Kiwifruit is a delicious berry of a woody, twining vine and is popularly known by its shortened version as ‘kiwi’. It is native to China and is referred to as the country’s national fruit. Originally known as ‘Yang Tao’, kiwi is an oval-shaped, dull brown colored fruit with a fuzzy texture. The inside pulp is a vivid, semi-translucent, bright green flesh with a radiant pattern of lighter-colored spikes, freckled with a few tiny, edible black seeds. Kiwifruit has a unique and invigorating…

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