Agrics Blog

Donating school books to help farming communities

Being a social enterprise Agrics naturally values it's social responsibility. Therefore Agrics Tanzania decided to help a local secondary school by donating 62 books. The Old Shinyanga Secondary Sch...

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Posted on: 29 November 2016

Try Agrics, It changed my life

Rose Odera is a farmer in Siaya County, Uluma sub location. Jovial, welcoming and she definitely loves to smile. We arrive at her home and she welcomes us with open hands. I ask her if I can take pict...

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Posted on: 02 August 2016

Working Smart

Having land does not necessarily translate to wealth. Mr. Masele Solo, a 41 year old famer from Mwabayanda village in Maswa knows this for a fact. His harvest was always merger and unsatisfying. He is...

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Posted on: 28 May 2016

How it works

Agrics farmers receive two types of fertilizer to ensure their maize is healthy and produces a good harvest. The first fertilizer they receive is DAP or NPK. The farmer chooses which one suits them be...

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Posted on: 23 May 2016

Agrics, My Farming partner

“Farming is what I know. Farming is what brought me up. As a result I am a farmer, “says Mr. Jacob Wafula. An Agrics farmer from Cheptonon sub location, Mt. Elgon. I can tell he is passion...

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Posted on: 12 April 2016