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Celebrating the 1st Hybrid Coconut Launch in Matuga, Kwale County

Matuga, Kwale County - 1st February 2019 marked a momentous occasion for the Coconut industry in Kenya, especially to Kenya’s coastal communities as the first hybrid coconuts were transplanted from a KEPHIS managed quarantine nursery to the field in Matuga, Kwale County.

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A collaboration meeting in potato seed production in line with the Big 4 Agenda

KEPHIS MD Dr Esther Kimani (4th right) with National Youth Service Director General Matilda Sakwa(centre) in a collaboration meeting in potato seed production in line with the Big 4 Agenda. KEPHIS ensures the production of
clean seed potato through laboratory diagnostic services as well as checking that seed potato produced is free from pests and diseases.

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Farmers Sensitized on the Importance of Orphan Crops during the Kambi Mawe Field Day

Kambi Mawe, Makueni County - Over 600 farmers attended a field day at Kambi Mawe in Makueni County whose main aim was to sensitize them on the importance of foods that were hitherto referred to as orphan crops.

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