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Due to its high elevation and mountainous landscape Lesotho has been dubbed 'The Kingdom in the Sky'. However, the unforgiving terrain means that only ten per cent of the land can be cultivated, making farming incredibly challenging.
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My proposal to the farming fraternity in Lesotho. They should try mordern methods of crop farming through the use of organic foliar fertilizers. To increase crop growth and quality of haverst. To promote more fruiting, with less dropping. To increase crop immunity and resistance to pest.
posted by: AUGUSTINE KGANAKGA (04:54:24 Fri 18th October 2013)

What are the effects of livestock reduction in Lesotho?
posted by: LIBUSENG TANKA (18:33:59 Tue 8th October 2013)



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