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Growing capsicum (chilli) – the hit feeling

By Prof. Ross G. Cooper Capsicum (chilli) is normally sown in rows in September-December in Zimbabwe and takes 7-12 days to germinate and 16-17 weeks …

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PREPARING FOR WINTER

By Morag Flight Zimbabwe does not have severe winters like those experienced in other countries, even though we still get a fair share of our …

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Misery at the Farm: Africa’s Coffee Farmers are Losing Billions to Exploitation

By Selina Wamucii Millions of Africa’s coffee farmers have slipped into abject poverty caused by poor prices which are currently barely enough to cover production …

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Green Piece Thinking

By Will Robinson Green Piece Thinking is a fully integrated and multifaceted approach to regenerate a piece of land into a “Green Piece” with bio-diversity …

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Agro-Technology, Simple Efficiency Concepts in Irrigation

By Tony Lampard Motors use three-fifths of the world’s electricity.  Their largest use, at least a fifth of their total output, is pumping.  A typical …

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Winter Care of Roses

By Morag Flight It is turning cold and miserable but roses, petunias and other annuals should be brightening up your day.  Planting – In Zimbabwe, …

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Practical Solutions to Climate Change

By Ronald Rusere The harsh reality that farmers face now is that they have to produce more with less hence the need to adopt adaptation …

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An Overview of Bream Farming

By Keith Nicholson Fish farming has been practiced for thousands of years. In Africa, several countries to the north of Zimbabwe have been farming fish …

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