Zimbabwe: Communal farmers benefit from links with commercial buyers
Thursday, July 8, 2004
Close to 125,000 rural households in Zimbabwe have seen an increase in crop yields and income following efforts by USAID to boost agricultural production in communal farming areas. “Improved agronomic practices have led to higher selling prices, and higher turnover. Communal farmers are now thinking of their farming activities as businesses, and not just subsistence farming.” Read full article here.
Source: IRIN News