Late onset of the 2019 long rains and prevailing dry conditions affected the early planted crop resulting in water stress and wilting being observed in most parts of the country Planting in the Central ,coastal ,lower eastern region is expected to commence once the long rains commence in April Fall army Worm infestation were observed […]
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The theme of Conference, which was organized by the State Department for Agricultural Research along with other partners, was, “Priority Setting in Agriculture Research: Towards Sustainable Food and Nutrition Security in a Changing Climate” Motivated by the Berlin “Falling Walls Conference” the conference brought together leading personalities drawn from key sectors that influence agricultural research […]
SUMMARY Late onset of the short rains, erratic rains and early cessation adversely affected crop production read more…. National Crop Conditions Bulletin_February 2019
Introduction ICRAF together with MetaMeta, IWMI, FBLN and the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation- Directorate of Land Reclamation and National Irrigation Board (NIB) are jointly organizing a symposium as a platform for sharing experiences (through discussions and field visits) as well as cross-fertilization of knowledge on FBLS through the following thematic areas: • […]
PS SDI Prof Segor inspected and commissioned some of the projects under the Equalization Funds in Tana River County. The State Department for Irrigation is implementing 9 projects in Tana River County i.e. Bangale water pan and borehole, Gurujo water pan, Hadhama water pan, Take water pan, Mardete water pan, Kalkacha water pan , Haroresa […]
Late onset of the short rains, erratic rains and early cessation adversely affected crop production in most parts of the country during the season. Low acreage was established and below average yields are expected in most parts of the country. Land preparation for the Long Rains has commenced and is expected to continue into February […]
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Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri makes his remarks during the validation of the Report of the National Maize Task Force in Nairobi Friday, 25th January 2019. He is flanked by Trans Nzoia Governor Patrick Khaemba, left and the chairman of the United Grain Millers Association Peter Kuguru. The CS said the Government will do everything possible to […]
Today CS Mwangi Kiunjuri met a team from African Development Bank led by the Special Advisor to AFDB President, Prof. Oyebanji Oyeyinka, to discuss the Bank’s support to key agricultural areas in the country which include: increased crop productivity, need for facilitation to private investment, post harvest value addition & market linkages and a policy […]
The Gvt will fully support the National MaizeTask Force to collect views and finalize its report on revitalizing the grain sector, CAS Andrew Tuimur said in Kapsabet today. The Task Force is currently conducting public participation meetings to get views from stakeholders in key maize producing counties.
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