We are back at Hellen and Daniel’s farm for a revisit. We see whether their capsicum are good for harvest, using artificial insemination to get a good calf, benefits of using the right fertilisers and how to stop bacterial wilt on tomatoes.
We are in Kikuyu at Samuel Kamau's shamba. We bring him some Kenbro chicks and have a look at his capsicum greenhouse. We also show him how to identify when his cows are on heat and seed selection.
We are in Keroka, Kisii on Moseti's farm. He is having problems with pests and disease with his capsicum and tomato plants so we have brought experts to help him out. We also learn about climate smart agriculture, solar light, good record keeping and soil testing.
We visit Beatrice and Nicodemus in Nyeri to learn more about OFSP, keeping Kienyeji and KARI chickens (housing & vaccines), planting vegetables (sukuma, spinach & capsicums) and the STRYDE programme for youths in farming.
Tagged Under: housing, disease, vaccines, sukuma, STRIDE programme, chickens, African indigenous vegetables, planting, capsicum, spinach, fertiliser, OFSP, legumes, youth in farming, kienyeji, vegetables, sweet potatoes