Kenya has set its eyes on horticultural crops and fruits in a bid to shore up earnings from the export market.
Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (Kephis) acting managing director, Ms Esther Kimani, said according to a survey they undertook, there is a high demand for the produce in foreign markets.
Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Willy Bett urged local farmers to shift their focus to horticulture from over-reliance on traditional crops to improve their income and boost the country’s economy. Read more. Source | Daily Nation