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Improved bean varieties for improved yields and better nutrition
This was a feature that was broadcasted by Kenya Broadcasting Corporation in the programme known as “Mkulima” Swahili for Farmer. This particular episode focused on early and drought resistant bean varieties that Bio-Innovate Program in its “Beans agricultural innovations” project has been working to deliver to smallholder farmers. The project is led by David Karanja from the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI). The improved bean varieties take two months to mature and produce 8-10 bags per acre far much better than the ordinary beans. To make this beans easily and readily available to resource challenged smallholder farmers, they are packaged in small packs that are affordable. Source: KBC website
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Interview of Flora Tibazarwa Director at Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), Tanzania
Interviews of selected participants’ views from the Regional Experts Workshop on Industrial Effluents Management in East Africa held on 19 — 20 May 2014, Ethiopia
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