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by Benhilda T Mashanda on January 14, 2022
IMPROVED MANAGEMENT IN RAISING INDIGENOUS CHICKENS (Roadrunners)
by Benhilda T Mashanda on January 14, 2022
There has been an increasing buzz on the raising of indigenous chickens around the country due to an increase in demand for roadrunner meat.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 14, 2022
THE IMPROVED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR LAYERS
by Wallace Mukoka on January 14, 2022
Provide a balanced diet. For example, a small handful of maize, a teaspoonful of fishmeal and some fresh greens, in addition to scavenged feeds like insects, will provide a good diet for one chicken in a day.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 13, 2022
What is the greenhouse farming?
by Wallace Mukoka on January 13, 2022
Greenhouse Farming is the process of cultivating crops and vegetables in a greenhouse ecosystem environment. Cultivation in greenhouses is a practice that has allowed farmers to increase their performance while improving the quality of products.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 8, 2022
Finger millet production
by Wallace Mukoka on January 8, 2022
Mostly grown in Mashonaland, Midlands, Masvingo, and Manicaland provinces. Its uses include the preparation of beer, food for pregnant women, young children, and for the sick, possibly due to the high calcium and iron content in the grain.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on September 21, 2021
11 Health Benefits Of Cabbage
by Wallace Mukoka on September 21, 2021
Cabbage is a leafy vegetable of the Brassica family, which also includes broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts, and it’s one of the oldest known vegetables, dating as far back as 4,000 B.C. in China.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on September 1, 2021
How To Control Mites On Poultry
by Wallace Mukoka on September 1, 2021
Chickens are often targeted by mites, external parasites that can harm the birds and cause a farmer substantial financial loss. The problem occurs in summer and is made worse when the rain triggers the hatching of parasite eggs.... Read full article
by Tanaka Calvin Chaza on September 1, 2021
Birds Management Strategies to protect Winter Wheat Crops
by Tanaka Calvin Chaza on September 1, 2021
Different species of birds can grow to millions of birds, making quelea not only the most abundant bird in the world but also the most destructive. Although they prefer the seeds of wild grasses to those of cultivated crops.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on August 27, 2021
Wheat nutrition and fertilizer requirements – Nitrogen
by Wallace Mukoka on August 27, 2021
The most important role of N in the plant is its presence in the structure of protein, the most important building substance from which the living material or protoplasm of every cell is made. ... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on August 26, 2021
Maize nutrient deficiency
by Wallace Mukoka on August 26, 2021
Young plants suffering from a deficiency in phosphorous are stunted and thin with dark green leaves. Leaf margins, veins, and stems show tinges of purple which may even spread across the whole blade of the leaf. This reddish discolouration is usually... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on August 26, 2021
Challenges Faced By Wheat Farmers In Zimbabwe
by Wallace Mukoka on August 26, 2021
Zimbabwe currently faces a wheat production crisis. The dominant constraint to yield was identified as the low market price for grain, which makes farmers reluctant to invest in inputs for increasing wheat yield.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on August 19, 2021
Advantages of Drip Irrigation
by Wallace Mukoka on August 19, 2021
Drip irrigation is an irrigation system that emits small drops of water directly to the root zone of the plant.... Read full article
by Tanaka Calvin Chaza on June 10, 2021
Fish Farming as Entrepreneurial Opportunity
by Tanaka Calvin Chaza on June 10, 2021
Zimbabwe holds two-thirds of the Southern African region's dammed water and offers ideal climatic conditions for fish farming. Aquaculture production has now surpassed wild fish harvesting globally. This industry is expanding at ten percent yearly.... Read full article
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