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Kenya has one of the most developed economies in Africa, with relatively well-developed agricultural sectors and substantial agricultural foreign exchange earnings. But key underlying challenges remain, including corruption, conflict, poverty, a rising population and climate change.
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On the Mau Forest. Col. Ewart Grogan got logging concession and cleared more than 100,000 acres of this valuable Montane Forest in the early 1900s. Multinational Tea Companies carved out almost the same acreage as early as 1930s. Why focus on 1990s?
posted by: Cosmas Ronno (10:46:14 Wed 26th June 2013)

Wilson: Here is some information about Khat farming in Kenya - http://www.new-ag.info/en/developments/devItem.php?a=31
posted by: New Agriculturist (14:46:49 Mon 15th April 2013)

i would wish to do khat farming in kenya in a nyahururu how can i get contact from here can i get a contact office here please advice. regards.
posted by: wilson warui (17:30:43 Thu 4th April 2013)



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