Monthly Archives: September 2017

AATF, CAMAP begin cassava revamp in Nigeria

By Charles Coffie Gyamfi, Abeokuta September 17, 2017 Nigeria is currently the largest producer of cassava in the world with an annual output of over 34 million tonnes, but even with this, the country is yet to meet its local … Continue reading

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Victory over Striga weed under the yoke of army worms

By Nancy Juma, September 15, 2017 Despite an attack by the fall army worm on her Esikhokho Village farm in Luanda, Everlyne Odogba is still happy with the harvest this season.  It is her first harvest after planting StrigAway maize … Continue reading

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From petty trader to major supplier, thanks to SrigAway

By Nancy Juma September 03, 2017   Before she decided to switch to StrigAway, the yield from Eunice Anyango’s five-acre farm could barely feed her family, with any little surplus being sold in tiny 2-kg tins known as gorogoro in … Continue reading

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