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OKUMU HAGGAI: Farmers should plant drought resistant crops

This will enable them to prevent hunger in the coming years

In Summary

•Replacing maize farming with drought resistant crops like sorghum, millet, green grams, pigeon peas and cowpeas will help the farmers.

•They will overcome challenges like inadequate rainfall, severe drought and its damaging impact on maize planting.

Due to inadequate rainfall in the country from August in Kakamega, Busia and Bungoma, farmers who cultivated maize have been affected greatly as their crops have been damaged by severe ...