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by Tanaka C. Chaza on January 18, 2022
Late Blight Disease of Potato
by Tanaka C. Chaza on January 18, 2022
Late blight disease has maintained its plae as the number one impediment for potato farmers sine causing the Irish potato famine in the 1840's. ... Read full article
by Benhilda Tinotenda Mashanda on January 17, 2022
Wondering which farm project to start for profits? Try Commercial Ginger Farming.
by Benhilda Tinotenda Mashanda on January 17, 2022
In many countries throughout the world, commercial ginger growing is a highly prevalent enterprise. It's a typical kitchen ingredient that's highly popular in several parts of the world, and it's used for both cooking and traditional medicine.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 14, 2022
Harvesting and Handling of Onion
by Wallace Mukoka on January 14, 2022
You can always tell when onions have stopped growing. The leaves will lose their colour, weaken at the top of the bulb, and flop over.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 14, 2022
Onion Nutrition
by Wallace Mukoka on January 14, 2022
Onions require fertile but well-balanced soil. Manure is not recommended as weeds are a serious problem for this crop and also due to variable nitrogen content.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 12, 2022
STORAGE OF HARVESTED POTATOES
by Wallace Mukoka on January 12, 2022
Zimbabwean Farmers have the potential to grow enough potatoes both for domestic consumption and export, generating income and ably restoring and sustaining their livelihoods.... Read full article
by Tanaka Calvin Chaza on January 12, 2022
Irish Potatoes Varieties
by Tanaka Calvin Chaza on January 12, 2022
Classification of potato varieties can be done by shape, skin, and flesh colour.... Read full article
by Tanaka Calvin Chaza on January 11, 2022
Irish Potatoes production
by Tanaka Calvin Chaza on January 11, 2022
Solanum tuberosum Irish potato. A seasonal crop is grown in temperate zones all over the world, but primarily in the northern hemisphere.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 11, 2022
Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Okra
by Wallace Mukoka on January 11, 2022
It is best grown in hot areas or during summer either as a rain-fed crop or under irrigation.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 8, 2022
Eggplant Production
by Wallace Mukoka on January 8, 2022
The immature fruit is eaten when it is attractively coloured and glossy and the seeds are still immature. Fruits are eaten grilled, fried or steamed or stewed with other vegetables, meat or fish or roasted.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on January 7, 2022
Planting and Irrigation of Potatoes
by Wallace Mukoka on January 7, 2022
The potato is a starchy tuber of the plant Solanum tuberosum and is a root vegetable native to the Americas.... Read full article
by Wallace Mukoka on October 6, 2021
AN OVERVIEW OF POTATO PRODUCTION
by Wallace Mukoka on October 6, 2021
Factors to consider Yield potential (low, moderate, and high)  Maturity period (early, medium, or late)   Disease and pest tolerance   Tuber characteristics (skin color, flesh color, and tuber shape)   Purpose (table or processing)  ... 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
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