Fertile soil ensures plant survival
Fertile soil provides the life-supporting nutrients that the plant requires.
The most important plant nutrients are nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K).
Weeds compete with crops for space, nutrients, water and light. In doing so, they cause the cash crop (maize, sorghum, sesame, etc.) to produce less yield.read more
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.read more
Agricultural mechanization implies the use of various power sources and improved farm tools and equipment in order to enhance the overall productivityread more