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Juice, a new way to eat sugarcane

One raw sugarcane that cost sh1,000 on the local market, when processed you get close to three litres, each selling at sh2,000. This means from one sugarcane,...

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Farmers introduced to avocado growing

According to Ssengendo, a processing plant is being set in place with the aim of producing avocado oil and other products for local and international market....

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Cheap irrigation systems at Harvest Money...

For farmers who have taken part in the 2020 Harvest money expo, they have been introduced to many irrigation systems that are relatively cheap. This will...

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Harvest Money expo presents many innovations...

The expo is running from Friday Februanry 14 to Sunday February 16 at Namboole Stadium.

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Expo good training ground for pupils

Florence Mukiibi, a teacher, said they encourage children to come for the expo because it is important for children to get practical skills right from...

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Rugunda launches Harvest Money expo

The Prime Minister appreciated the work being done by farmers.

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Value addition is the way to go

James Otim, general manager Kweyo grower’s cooperatives society in Gulu district said farmers growing groundnuts should add value such as making peanut...

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Hundreds turn up for Harvest Money expo

One of the trainers Benedict Rwakabale, called on farmers to come and learn various skills in farming.

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All set for Harvest Money Expo

The three day event will start Friday and end Sunday. The Harvest Money Expo is organised by Vision Group.

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Ugandans mourn Maj. Gen. Benon Biraaro

Maj. Gen. Benon Biraaro, a former presidential candidate and retired army officer, checked into Kampala Hospital Nakasero on Thursday last week, feeling...


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đź”´ CORONAVIRUS | Uganda confirms...

President Museveni says that of the 176 samples tested by the health ministry on Tuesday, 11 of them - all of them children - returned positive, lifting the total number of confirmed cases in Uganda to 44. Over 800,000 people are infected globally.