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Irrigation dam in Ethiopia can water over 13,400 hectares of land

Ethiopia inaugurates the new Gidabo irrigation dam to irrigate more than 13,400 hectares of land in the regions of the country. Furthermore, the irrigation dam...

Conservation agriculture practices help Ethiopian farmers cultivate more

Ethiopian farmers participated in the Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume Cropping Systems for Food Security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA) project to adopt conservation agriculture...

Biostimulant technology allows maximum crop growth without inoculant

GarrCo, an Ethiopian-based company that enhances pesticide performance, launched its new crop biostimulant technology. Introduced as Stimulate™, this biostimulant technology allows farmers to use seed...

African farmers to benefit from JDC program of utilizing agriculture technology

Around 5,000 Ethiopian and other African farmers will benefit from the $14-million the agricultural loan and education program of the American Joint Distribution Committee...

ATA celebrates success of 8020 Farmer Hotline

The Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) commemorates the achievement of 8020 Farmer Hotline that became Africa's largest interactive and voice response system. The Hotline has provided smallholder farmers and Agricultural Developments Agents with information on farming practices and gives alert whenever diseases and pests occur through SMS messaging. Source: Tameru Regassa, All Africa | Photo from Pixabay  

Improving the agriculture sector through climate-smart training

5,000 smallholder farmers will be selected to benefit from the two-year period specialized training, dubbed as 'Accelerating the Uptake of Climate-smart Agriculture in selected African, Caribbean and Pacific countries', to increase their understanding in the implementation of climate-smart agricultural practices. Source: The Gleaner | Photo from: Pexels
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