By Geoffrey Kamadi
Adaptation trials of Korea-style greenhouse technology, launched in early April, are expected to help Kenyan small-scale farmers better deal with soil-borne plant diseases. It will also help them cut back on the costs of chemicals used to fight plant diseases, as it allows for less chemical use.
The technology was launched by the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) in conjunction with the Korea Project on International Agriculture (KOPIA). It is supported by the Rural Development Administration under the Ministry of Food, Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries of the Republic of Korea…. >>Read More<<