Jilaal Daboo

Jilaal daboo is an indigenous Somali farming practice of planting the field before the Gu-season rains begin. Some farmers realize the importance of planting early – before the rainy season begins – in order to maximize crop production by taking advantage of all the rainfall during the growing season.

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SILSILAD (Chain) Documentary Film

The documentary film SILSILAD highlights PIMS, also known as Promoting Inclusive Markets in Somalia. It is a project centered on promoting effective networks between Somali farmers and processors. Between the two actors, the project is currently overseeing a...

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Banana in Somalia

Somalia was previously a central hub for banana exports in Africa. With the industry employing over 120 thousand workers and exports worth 96 Million US Dollars, Somali banana production reached its peak between 1987-1990 exporting mainly to Italy and Middle Eastern Countries …

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Fishery in Somalia

Whilst harboring the longest coastline in continental Africa (3,330 Kilometers), Somalia is geographically positioned in a favorable region in the world, with the Gulf of Aden to the North and the Indian Ocean to the east. Each year, Somali waters invite millions of...

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Sesame in Somalia

As of 2012, Somalia has been the 12th largest producer of sesame in the world, giving the country a substantial role in the global sesame trade. Despite major constraints such as civil strife…

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Somali Seeds First Fair Event 2016

Seeds fair event was organized on the 13th of April 2016 to showcase different seed varieties and introduce ‘Somali Seeds’ a subsidiary seed business of the Somali Agriculture Technical Group (SATG). This fair was held at the headquarters of SATG in Mogadishu,...

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Somali Seeds Endorses Quality Seeds in Somalia

Due to a lengthy and restless civil war, Somalia, once a centre for commercial trade, has since seen more than 25 years of economic collapse. Somali Seeds, a subsidiary of Somali Agriculture Technical Group (SATG) has lead the effort to regain agricultural and...

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Why Use Certified Seed?

Access to quality seed inputs is one of the first steps to achieving higher productivity and a profitable farming business. In Somalia there is a need for certified high quality seed, which are true to type and with high percent germination and purity

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