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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 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 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 13, 2021
What you need to know about Ginger Farming
by Wallace Mukoka on September 13, 2021
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root, or ginger, is widely used as a spice and folk medicine. ... 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
by Tanaka C. Chaza on June 2, 2021
The Road to Precision Farming
by Tanaka C. Chaza on June 2, 2021
While the realization of a fully automated farm will not happen overnight, farmers can implement a stepwise approach to integrating precision farming techniques into their agricultural operations, building from sensors to more esoteric applications.... Read full article
by Thandiwe Ncube on May 7, 2021
In Farming, Liquidity Is King
by Thandiwe Ncube on May 7, 2021
Working capital and liquidity are critical on the farm during difficult economic times.... Read full article
on April 13, 2021
Wheat Lodging
on April 13, 2021
When the crop collapses, this is referred to as lodging. Strong winds, heavy rain, a very wet soil during late grain filling, tall thin stems that bend, root or stem rots that weaken the plant base will all cause a normal vertical crop to lodge. ... Read full article

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