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Watermelon Farming In Kenya: Step By Step Guide

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Watermelon farming in Kenya is one of the mainstay of agriculture in the country. This is so because the country is gradually witnessing a shift from crude oil focused exports, to agricultural produce focused exports. This has seen an increase in the level of foreign exchange earned by Kenya, and by extension the farmers. Poverty is being reduced to a bare minimum through this. In this article, we will focus on an agricultural produce which is in high demand both domestically and internationally. This produce is non other than watermelon. The watermelon fruit is highly nutritious as well as having the much needed water to hydrate your body. Due to its high nutritious content it is recommended by nutritionists to to be taken as often as possible. Some Nutritious Benefits of Watermelon: Having introduced the subject of our discussion, let’s check out some nutritious benefits of this fruit to the body. Why is watermelon a highly desirable fruit? It is simply because it is made up of 92% w

Garlic Farming In Kenya (Everything You Need To Know)

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Garlic farming in Kenya is another goldmine you are letting slip right through your fingers. This very profitable vegetable of the Allium family is widely seen as good health enhancing supplements for humans. It will interest you to know that garlic has antioxidant properties which helps maintain good blood circulation. Garlic also helps in maintaining the good functioning of the heart and the immune systems. What is holding you from venturing into garlic farming in Kenya?   The objective of this article is to provide you with adequate information regarding garlic farming in Kenya. In this article, you will get to know most of the things about the following: Garlic yield per hectare The economic importance of garlic Garlic farming in Kenya Where does garlic grow? How much is a bag of garlic in Kenya Just keep reading as you are going to be amazed at the profit potential of garlic farming in Kenya. How To Start Your Garlic Farming Business In Kenya For you to be successful in any busine

How To Start Tomato Farming In Kenya (Step By Step Guide)

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Tomato is one of the most important cooking ingredient in Kenya. 80% percent of our food is never complete without tomato. We use it in cooking stews, soups, salads, portages, and virtually every food imaginable in the land. It goes with everything. So good that none of our traditional foods ever rejected tomato. This report explains how to start lucrative tomato farming in Kenya. Benefits Of Tomato Farming In Kenya 1. Health – This wonderful fruit berry is an excellent source of good amount of vitamin C and beta-carotene. Tomatoes deep redness mean it’s a very good source of antioxidant agents. It’s a powerful source of vitamin E and enhance the health and sharpness of the eyes. You can never go wrong with tomatoes as far as nutrition and health is concerned. 2. Profit – The market is always there for tomatoes in Kenya. Why not? A product that is consumed by millions of people, no amount you produced that will ever going to be enough. In the recent years, Kenya imported 2809 tonnes of

How To Start Goat Farming In Kenya (Best Guide)

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Goat farming in Kenya is a good agricultural business, they are less expensive than cattle to maintain and can bring you lots of money if you know your markets very well. They are highly strong resistant animals that can withstand any climate. Since they are ruminants like cattle, the feed mostly on roughages examples are grasses, brouse plant, and fodder plants. A full market size goat can be sold from ksh20,000 and above. This, however, depends on your location and festive seasons. Goats reproduce twin or triplets twice a year which is good for business. Therefore if you are looking for an animal rearing business in Kenya which can fetch you good cash without much stress, then take a look at Goat Farming. Goats are mainly reared for meat, milk and hide and skin. The milk from the goat is the richest of all milk produced. Breeds of goats that can be found include: 1. Nnadi 2.  Angora 3. west African long-legged goat 4. West African dwarf goat 5. Bantu anglo-nubian 6. Alphine 7. Toggen

How To Start Onion Farming In Kenya

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Onions farming in Kenya is highly neglected and is considered to be a menial job meant only for the poor farmers and yet this crop support millions of lives in Kenya because people use this very onion on daily basis! In fact there are many families in the Kenya that depend on Onions farming and are living the life of their choice without other people knowing of it. Onions farming has the capability of making millions for anyone who knows the market value of the crop and is serious with it as business either farming or even doing the buying and selling aspect alone. Onions farming is not difficult as  it can be grown within the compound if one wish because it can as well survive as against what many believe that it can only be planted and harvested only in some parts of the country, onions can be grown anywhere in this Kenya. For those considering Onions farming in Kenya, it is indeed a huge business with good turnover for serious farmers because it is highly consumed around the world.