National Crop Conditions Bulletin -June 2019

Overview

  • The 2019 long rains season has been characterized by late onset of rains, which were  poorly distributed and erratic from February to Mid-March. Early planted crops were affected by  water stress and germination was poor.
  • Planting was delayed in some parts of the country but it peaked up in April with the onset of the rains and planting was complete by end of April.
  • The month of June had good  rains in most parts of the Country which improved crop performance.
  • Harvesting of maize is almost complete in Bomet but production was poor due to erratic rains, FAW and MLND. Harvesting has also commenced in lower and upper Nyanza regions.
  • Notable increase in the prices of maize, beans and wheat was observed in selected markets.

National-Crop-Conditions-Bulletin_June-2019

3rd Inter-Governmental Forum on Agriculture

CS Mwangi Kiunjuri today underscored the need for enhanced cooperation & synergy between the two levels of Government in the delivery of agricultural services. He was officially opening the 3rd Inter-Governmental Forum on agriculture in Mombasa. The 2-day event brings together Governors, the national Government and key stakeholders to assess progress in the sector.

Kenya-Netherlands Agriculture Working Group

The CAS Dr. Andrew Tuimur today opened the 1st meeting between Kenya-Netherlands Agriculture working group at the Radisdon Blu Hotel here in Nairobi. In His remarks the CAS emphasized the good working relations between Kenya and the Netherlands. He also outlined the theme for the cooperation which include support to bilateral agriculture trade, promotion of investment in Agriculture among others.

 

KCSAP CALL FOR CONCEPT NOTES for ADAPTIVE COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH

Research Call: KCSAP is inviting concept notes from public and private agricultural research and development institutions, universities, and any organization involved in agricultural research to conduct adaptive collaborative research along priority agricultural product value chains (APVC) to generate context-specific CSA-TIMPs that contribute to attainment of the triple wins; namely i) increased productivity, ii) enhancing resilience, and iii) reducing GHG emissions

KCSAP detailed call for Concept Note

FORMAT FOR CONCEPT NOTE KSCAP COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH GRANT

Value chains selected by counties