Agriculture Reporter Tobacco growers have accused Regal Insurance of effecting stop-order deductions from their sales accounts when they did not sign any insurance contracts with the company. The Tobacco Industry and
Masvingo Bureau Nearly 150 prospective sugar cane farmers in Chiredzi have accused Tongaat Hullet of deliberately stalling the development of 4 000 hectares of virgin land in the Lowveld into sugar cane
Prioritise revival of irrigation sector, farmers urge Govt
Thursday, 02 May 2013 00:00
Agriculture Reporter FARMERS have challenged Government to prioritise the revival of the irrigation sector if the country is to reclaim its status as the breadbasket of Africa. The farmers said they were failing to produce
Agriculture Reporter The Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board is confident that tobacco deliveries will surpass the target of 170 million kilogrammes after more than 80 million kgs went under the hammer since the opening of the selling season in February.
Agriculture Reporter The heavy rains and violent storms last week have confounded meteorological experts who have described them as abnormal. Meteorological Services Department senior meteorologist Mr Elisha Moyo said on Friday that it was unusual that the rains and the storms come at the end of April as they usually