To be a master farmer requires in-depth knowledge and the right resources to bring out the best output in new and ever changing climatic conditions
With the increase in seed varieties and the demand for natural, high fibre foods, there was a need to adopt a smart farming innovation that enables all Zimbabwean farmers to work more efficiently and get access to all the information they need from wherever they are, directly on the phone.
Increasing maize yield levels per unit area (productivity) is the major driver as far as achieving food surplus is concerned in Zimbabwe. Improving maize productivity has immense benefits to the farmer and the nation at large.
Maize Production Gross Margin Guide-Maize Pays big
Kurima kwaveko mazuvano kwave kwe mhando ye bhizimusi, nokudaro donzvo revarimi rinofanira kuva rekuti vatevedze tsika dzinoita kuti varime zvine pundutso.
“Do not let anyone fool you, farming pays and pays big” (John Basera, 2018). But, some fundamentals have to be true! One of the key fundamentals for farming enterprise management is to have different income streams.
Soil pH is an excellent chemical indicator of soil condition (quality and its ability to avail both macro and micro nutrients to the crop) on top of other soil structural quality properties. The soil pH also affects microbial activities in the soil which can impact crop growth and yield.
Successful cultivation of maize depends largely on the efficacy of weed control.
Increased soyabean production is necessary to meet an increasing domestic and global demand.