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Zimbabwe targets to boost production of grain

The Zimbabwe government has set a target to boost grain production for the 2020-21 cropping season, providing farmers with assistance wherever necessary, amid prospects...
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S/R: Cashew farmers Receive free grafted Seedlings to boost production

OLAM Ghana Cashew has presented high yielding Grafted cashew seedlings to farmers in the West Gonja Municipality of Savannah Region as part of measures...
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Agriculture students get support to boost production

Ten tertiary institutions offering agricultural courses received financial support at the end of the third edition of this year's Agric Students Career Guidance and...

More bank lending to agriculture sector will boost production – Eden Tree CEO

Madam Catherine Krobo Edusei, Founder and Managing Director of Eden Tree Ghana Limited, has said agriculture production would have a major boost if...
coffee beans

Kenya to gazette coffee laws to boost production

Kenya plans to gazette coffee regulations next month that will help to boost earnings from the sector. Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry...
varieties of maize

WACCI to introduce 3 new varieties of maize

The three new varieties coded - WACCI-M-1210, WACC-M-1205 and WACCI-M-1218 had been tried in Legon and Wenchi and would be scaled-up for delivery to...
Photo taken on Nov. 26, 2015 shows a truck loaded with sacks of agricultural produce along the muddy Sironko-Mbale road at Bugusege trading centre, eastern Uganda. As a country where over 80% of the population relies on agriculture, the Uganda government is prioritizing growth of infrastructure to economically viable areas to ease access to the markets. (Xinhua/Daniel Edyegu)

IPP promises to alter Ghana’s agriculture

He said his government would ensure massive investment in the agricultural sector by way of mechanization and construction of irrigation systems. ...

Local Beverage Companies Demand Long Term Tax Waivers

He indicated that government must consider granting beverage companies tax exemptions for up to a period of at least 10 years to enable them...
climate Change

UNVDA helps farmers cope with climate change, boost production

The program, run by the Upper Noun Valley Development Authority (UNVDA), is also in partnership with Cameroon's Institute of Agricultural Research and Development (IRAD)....

AGI displeased with economic environment

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) expresses serious concern over the dramatic exchange rate volatility and worsening macro-economic situation in the last three months....