Small-scale farmers in Kenya embracing irrigation technologies

Small-scale farmers in Kenya are increasingly transitioning away from rain-fed farming, which is susceptible to drought, and are instead embracing irrigation technologies to enhance yields and revenue, an industry trend by Davis & Shirtliff, a provider of...

Soil degradation: Conservation agri holds the key

In a study conducted by Dr Nkanyiso J. Sithole, evidence demonstrates that conservation agriculture could be the key to improving soil quality and crop yields in South Africa. This method of agriculture could offer solutions for the country’s soil degradation and...

SFHC on the seed hunt

Our dedicated team can be seen carefully grading seeds, a crucial step in our efforts to support our fellow farmers. Due to extreme weather conditions such as either drought or excessive rainfall this year, many crops have suffered, making it difficult for our farmers...

Regenerative agriculture offers Kenya path to combating drought

Drought has long been a recurring crisis in Kenya, resulting in severe economic, social, and environmental impacts. Current statistics show that over 3.4 million people in Kenya face food insecurity due to drought-related factors. These challenges include livestock...