Category: Horticulture Industry

Greenhouse farming in Kenya: Know These Insider Tips, And You’ll make Unbelievable Cash!

Greenhouses in Kenya have been touted as the answer of improved farm profitability.
With them you can:
• Harvest crops sooner,
• Escape adverse weather like heavy rain and hailstones,
• Control the crop environment with precision, thus you can grow all manner of crops even if your natural environment doesn’t allow it.
However, to achieve these cool things, you must have the right knowledge on Greenhouse Farming…

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Hass Avocado Seedlings for Export Right Here: Check it out!

Are you looking to Import Hass Avocado seedlings into your Country?
If that describes you, you’ve come to the right place.

We export Hass Avocado seedlings to Uganda, Tanzania, Ghana, Nigeria, Gabon, Zimbabwe, and ALL OVER the world.
Kenya is one of Top exporters of Hass Avocado fruits in Africa.
In Africa, we are only behind South Africa, and in the next few years we are likely catch up and to overtake them.

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Powdery Mildew in Mango: It’s Time to Say Goodbye to This Disease!

Powdery mildew in Mango:
If there is a mango disease that tough to fight…
…then its non-other than powdery mildew.
Why? You may ask.
This disease affects mango trees at the MOST CRUCIAL stage…
You’ll often see white ugly white patches on leaves, and flowers.
As the disease progresses, it eats on these delicate flowers causing them to dry out and drop.
You and I know what that means.
“It means you’ll harvest absolutely nothing from the trees.”
It means that your trees will abort their ‘FRUIT PREGNANCY.’
Think about that for a moment…

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Hami Melons From China Are Great for Juices!

This is a very special variety melon whose seed originated in the Xingjiang area of China.

Though this variety is like other sweet melons having the following attributes…

1. Oblong in shape

2. Has yellow skin with green streaks throughout,

3. The flesh has a juicy orange flavor.

…what sets it apart from ALL THE OTHERS is…

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Great Dissapointment As Florida Citrus Season Comes to an end

Florida’s beleaguered citrus growers ended the 2020-2021 growing season Monday with a yield below what had already been expected to be one of the lowest in decades. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Florida growers produced enough oranges — mostly for orange juice — to fill 52.8 million 90-pound boxes, the industry standard, during the season that began late last summer. The total is up slightly from a June forecast of 52.7 million boxes but below preseason expectations that growers would fill 57 million boxes. The current crop is also down…

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