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A helping hand - tissue culture blooms in Kenya

Plant tissue cultures are proving popular in Kenya. The technique allows farmers to select and plant crops with desirable characteristics and helps minimise the risk of disease. Ann Muli of Mimea International talks about the growth of her own tissue culture business.
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Madam,am Impressed By Your Efforts To Improve Our Agriculture In Kenya..Am Intrested To Join Your Team,am Agraduate From Mt.Kenya University..With Diploma In Applied Biology 2009.
posted by: Zablon Lister Malago (13:22:49 Sun 27th April 2014)

Miss Muli: I personally enjoy working and growing tropical plants. I pray all the best for your work. Excellent initiative on your part.
posted by: Charles Pietrowski (12:09:14 Wed 17th April 2013)

wishing all the best.keep it up
posted by: james mutie (12:17:04 Thu 21st February 2013)

Hey Muli I hope you are still in business and am looking for kiwi fruit seedlings where can I get them in Kenya
posted by: ndembei (10:04:09 Tue 11th December 2012)

Dear Ann Muli, please send me your full contactdetails to guy@vdplant.be I'm looking for TC plants into Kenya. Looking forward to hearing from you soon, Best regards, Guy.
posted by: Guy (16:36:39 Sat 1st December 2012)

Am eagerly looking for email, phone and location contacts of Mimea Internatial Ltd. I would like to buy some tissue culture materials for small home tissue culture activities. Thank you.
posted by: Nicholas Mbugua (08:13:39 Thu 29th March 2012)

Hi you are doing a commendable job, keep it up
posted by: NIXON KIPTOO (14:07:13 Wed 19th October 2011)

I salute your courage for the lab from humble beginings.My interest is banana.I want to to do sales of acclimatized/hardened Tc in Western because I foresee a huge demand.How do I link for plantletss? And some hardening technology?.I have basics
posted by: Moses Morning Wamalwa (21:59:57 Sun 2nd October 2011)

Hi Muli I salute you, I have a degree in Biotechnology where I have studied tissue culture extensively and i wish to work with you.Am eager to put my skills to work.Thank you
posted by: Josephat Gikonyo (09:03:38 Tue 14th December 2010)

Daniel. Thank you for your enquiry. I would adivse that you contact KARI (www.kari.org). They might be able to provide you with more information regarding passion fruit seedlings.
posted by: producers of the New Agriculturist (10:45:17 Mon 26th October 2009)

Excellent Work! Am in need of passion fruit seedlings that are free of diseases. Please advise. Congratulations! Daniel Pate
posted by: Daniel Pate (15:14:18 Thu 24th September 2009)



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