Why Vegetable growing in Africa is becoming Popular

Unlike other food commodities like grains, yams and cassava which are farmed in the rural areas and transported to the cities, vegetables are highly perishable and need to stay fresh to preserve its nutritional and market value. As the size and population of African cities grow, and more people migrate to the cities from villages,…

Success Tips for Urban Vegetable Farmers

Access to land close to the city markets is a huge advantage in this business. You should also arrange for close water sources (wells, bore holes, pipe-borne water etc.) to allow all-year round vegetable farming. Income from vegetable sales during the dry season can be up to three times the wet season prices. As a…