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Uganda agricultural firm wins US award

Agilis is a leading wholesaler of grains and pulses sourced from smallholder farmers and its own 13,500 acres of primary production.

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How to earn from mushroom farming

Mushrooms grow in a ‘media’ normally created in cotton wool. “In the beginning, I used black polythene bags for growing mushrooms, but later on, I discovered...

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Govt puts tough measures on counterfeit...

The challenge of counterfeit agro-inputs has lasted for years despite efforts to cut it down

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African govts tasked to design policies ...

According to the report, 64% of food consumed in Africa is handled by millions of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), creating vast opportunities...

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Why President Museveni rejected GMO Bill...

The President is disappointed that many of the critical issues he raised in the earlier objection (December 2017) were not fully addressed in the revised...

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Arua traders set up mini- honey processing...

The total cost of the plant and the honey processor totaled to sh800m with support from Uganda national apiculture development organisation.

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MPs blast Gov’t over plight of sugarcane...

Kibalya claimed that attempts by farmers to earn a living through growing maize and citrus fruits have also been frustrated by unfavourable prices.

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NAADS to review performance on agricultural...

The organisation has also enhanced the provision of agro machinery to support farm mechanization like tractors and matching implements, provision of solar...

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Uganda’s coffee bill: the case for co-operatives...

"Government should expedite compensating co-operatives that lost properties during the different wars."

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How to control the banana bacterial wilt...

Destroy the sick plants by chopping them, then sun-dry them.

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When mobile phones came to Uganda...

President Yoweri Museveni encouraged other investors to emulate Celtel and “invest in the future of Uganda”.