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4 years ago

The Main Cash Crops In Kenya

Cash crop farming is one of the leading economic activities in Kenya , Kenya a country located within the tropics is preferably suitable for the growth of most crops available in the word. Agriculture is said to be the pillar of Kenya’s economy followed by tourism and other sectors hence the following are some of the cash crops grown in Kenya;

TEA

This is one of the most cultivated crops in Kenya and has served as a stable economy in the following areas of the country; Kericho, Bomet, Nyeri, Mt. Elgon, vihiga, Limuru, Kitale, Kirinyaga and various other small scare a  Continue reading ...


4 years ago

Contacts Of Tea Board Of Kenya Offices In Nairobi

Tea Board Of Kenya has offices located in Tea Board House on Naivasha Road, Off Ngong Road in Nairobi.

The postal address of Tea Board Of Kenya is P.O. Box 20064-00200, Nairobi.

The Tea Board Of Kenya can be contacted via these telephone contacts; (020) 3874758, 3872497, 3874445, 3874446, 3872861, Wireless phone numbers (020) 2536869, 2536886, Mobile numbers 0722 200556, 0733 600944, Customer Service Line/hotline 0739333019 and 0728068027. The Fax Details are (020) 3862120 and 3876337.

The email address of Tea Board Of Kenya of  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

How Banana Farmers In Kenya Can Benefit From Banana Tissue Culture

Agriculture is Kenya`s main contributor to GDP (gross domestic product) in Kenya. This means Agriculture is the backbone of Kenya`s economy, due to its significance in economic growth. Farmers in Kenya are involved in both small and large-scale farming of crops and livestock. For many farmers in Kenya, other than cash crops such as coffee, fruits seem to a better economic activity due to demand and high profits in Kenyan Market.

One of the common fruits in Kenya is bananas. Banana fruits in Kenya are extensively cultivated as a staple food and also as an income generating activity b  Continue reading ...