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Landslides wipe out 2,000 acres of coffee in Bududa

Landslides wipe out 2,000 acres of coffee in Bududa

It is said that “It never rains but it pours”. This saying is so true as far as Bududa ...
Arabica coffee prices drop

Arabica coffee prices drop

As the harvest season for Arabica coffee drawers nearer, the severe drop in prices of coffee ...
Farmers adopt sprinkling to fight coffee wilt

Farmers adopt sprinkling to fight coffee wilt

Coffee farming especially in central region has been affected by coffee wilt for the past few. ...

Uganda coffee exports rise 56 percent in May

Uganda’s coffee exports rose 56 percent in the year to May, after farmers sold huge volumes ...
Coffee farmers to get pre-harvest loans

Coffee farmers to get pre-harvest loans

Plans have been finalised to help Coffee farmers in the Rwenzori region access pre-harvest loans ...
Nakaseke farmers receive seedlings to boost incomes

Nakaseke farmers receive seedlings to boost incomes

The senior presidential advisor on poverty alleviation, Ms Joan Kakwenzire, has advised the people ...

Uganda revises upwards its 2012/2013 coffee exports forecast

Uganda revised an earlier forecast of its coffee exports in the 2012/13 season to 3.2 million 60 ...
Uganda Coffee Farmers Smiling Again

Uganda Coffee Farmers Smiling Again

Ronald Ssenyondo has grown has grown coffee as his sole source of income for most of his adult. ...

ITC updates Uganda coffee export strategy to boost exports

The coffee industry in Uganda received a fresh jolt of energy as International Trade Centre (ITC), ...

Uganda coffee exports up 35 percent

Uganda’s coffee exports rose 34.5 percent year-on-year in February to 328,643 60-kg bags on ...
Dairy farmers told to observe good hygiene

Dairy farmers told to observe good hygiene

In order for farmers to produce good quality milk and minimise losses, they have to take into ...
Farmers at centre of environment conservation

Farmers at centre of environment conservation

Burundi may be the smallest among the five countries in the East African Community (EAC), but ...
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