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KEPHIS Wins at the Mombasa Agricultural Show as She Showcases Outstanding Regulatory Role

Mkomani showgrounds, Mombasa - As the Mombasa International Show goes on this week the Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service has not been left out as Kenya’s number one Agriculture regulator! KEPHIS facilitates the import and export of plant and plant produce through the Mombasa port which is important as it is the gateway to the East and Central Africa.

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Youth Urged to Take Up_Opportunities in Agribusiness

Kapsabet, Nandi - Young people have been urged to take up agribusiness to create employment for themselves, hence improve their standard of living. Speaking in Kapsabet during a KEPHIS organized potato focus field day, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Kenya Representative Mr.

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Promoting the Production of the_Hass Avocado Variety in Nyamira County

Nyansiongo, Nyamira - See pictorials of the Nyansiongo field day, where KEPHIS trained farmers on avocado production before having a field day. About 500 farmers attended the event. The KEPHIS mandate was highlighted in terms of standards and how farmers should adhere to them to access markets both local and international.

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Bomet Women and Youth Urged to Grow_Avocado and Seed Potato Besides Tea for Improved Incomes

Konoin, Bomet - KEPHIS was in tea county this past week, in Konoin specifically to speak to women and youth about opportunities available in avocado production. But let us start at the beginning: the idea of the field day was initiated by area MP Hon. Brighton Yegon who wanted women and youth in his constituency to learn how they can earn some income or increase their incomes by venturing into the production of avocado which is gaining popularity in Kenya.

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Meru Urged to Diversity to Seed Potato Production for Food Security and Economic Development

Marimba, North Imenti - The potato story continues and this time it was in Marimba, a cold region at the foothills of Mount Kenya in North Imenti, Meru County where about 350 farmers saw firsthand, and were strongly advised how potato has the ability to upscale their standards of living. Indeed, Meru county is known - for the longest time - for the production of miraa(khat).

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