DWINDLING PROFITS

Soya bean farming to counter tobacco effects in Migori

Several tobacco processing factories have pulled out of the region

In Summary
  • "We are building our farmers’ capacity to grow soybeans in a profitable way,” Migori Agriculture director, Francisca Onyango said.
  • "We are teaching all the husbandry aspects of soybeans. The training will cover the spacing, growing, disease control and marketing aspect,” she explained.

Migori county has trained farmers from different subcounties to help them increase soya bean production.

This comes after several tobacco processing factories pulled out of the region...

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