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Agrics, Kenya Revolution

AGRICS, Kenyan Chapter came knocking and knocking and only a paltry 1,200 farmers opened their doors. Human beings are naturally conservatives and therefore hesitant to change. The waiting was usually...

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Posted on: 24 March 2016

Meet up teams Tanzania and Kenya

Salima: "All happy and jovial, our team from Tanzania arrived at the Agrics Kenya office in Kakamega. For the very first time we got to meet the Kenyan team. Team Kenya tried to emulate our Tanzanian ...

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Posted on: 02 February 2016

Never too old to dream

Yonald Dotto saw one of his dreams become reality through working with Agrics. I´m curious to his story, so I visit Yonald on his little farm in Nshishinulu, Tanzania, to ask him all about it. ...

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Posted on: 14 December 2015

Distribution: more than seed and fertilizer

May the rains sweep gentle across your fields. May the sun warm the land. May every good seed you have planted bear fruit. And late summer find you standing in fields of plenty. Irish Blessing...

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Posted on: 27 October 2015

Of Research and Successful Pilot Studies

Food production lies at the foundation of attaining food security and a zero hunger status especially so in Western Kenya where the land and climate are agri-friendly. Given that the agricultural sect...

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Posted on: 26 October 2015