Here’s Why Greenhouse Farming Is Your Only Option

Greenhouse farming of strawberries

Greenhouse farming is nothing alien to most farmers. This farming technology has been around for many decades but, its adoption has been anything but good.

Till recently, only a small percentage of farmers have been able to adopt and implement greenhouse cultivation of their crops.

Partly because of an initial high cost of investment and partly because some vegetable consumers loathe greenhouse grown food, which in their opinion, are thought to be as good as synthetic.

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What Most Agribusiness Experts Won’t Tell You

Agribusiness experts

In a bid to become the most successful agribusiness entrepreneur, you read books and blog posts by the best agribusiness experts, attend workshops, training, and even field-days to stay up to date with happenings in your industry.

That’s unrivaled commitment.

No doubt, soon enough you will get there.

But there are some things most agribusiness experts won’t tell you!

Let’s take a look at those things one by one.

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How to Export Fresh Produce from Kenya

The export of fresh produce keeps growing in popularity, and Kenya is known for growing and exporting high quality fresh produce to the European market and other parts of the world.

Over the years, the export business has been largely dominated by large-scale commercial growers.

However, just about anybody can tap into that huge international market as long as they understand the ins and outs of the trade.

If you feel that you have what it takes to become an exporter, well, I’m gonna help you to achieve just that.

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What Brexit Means to the Global Flower Industry

Effect of Brexit on Global flower industry

How’s the global flower industry going to be affected, now that UK has decided to exit the EU through a referendum and subsequent invoking of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty?

Well, let’s find out.

 

Overview of Brexit

Central bankers, analysts and investors alike had warned that Brexit could hinder growth in the U.K. and pummel sterling.

According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, The Bank of England had warned that a vote to leave the EU could push up unemployment, and threaten foreign investments that support the U.K. economy.

With the referendum now water under the bridge, and 52% of over 30 million Britons having voted to leave the European Union, the country has started feeling the impact among them the slumping British Pound to a 32-year low.

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17 Reasons Why Your Agribusiness is Doomed!

Agribusiness boom

People are so used to being lectured on the importance of engaging in Agribusiness that it achieves a kind of magical status.

It’s almost as if developing an Agribusiness offers an instant cure for all money problems.

But in truth, most farmers make some embarrassingly basic mistakes with their agribusinesses.

Any one of those mistakes could seriously damage your ability to grow your venture.

Make a few of them, and you might as well be doomed from day one.

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