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‘It is big business,” says Dominique Rakotoson, a vanilla trader from Sambava, the sprawling “vanilla capital” of Madagascar’s northeast. Heavy traffic
As global Vanilla Prices are hitting an all Time High Mark of close to USD700 per Kg , Uganda stands a chance once again to participate significantly in
From the fleshy rhizomes emerge stiff, sword shaped leaves with bold dark green color with a mottling of grey-green and yellow thought.
When looking for that fleshy eye catching lawn or indoor plant, a Peace lily plant can never disappoint.
Agribusiness guide on how to plant and groom paspalum grass in Uganda
Agribusiness guide on how to grow,harvest and Market Olive Tree products in Uganda
Duranta is an erect shrub widely cultivated as an ornamental garden plant and hedge plant
Agribusiness guide on how to plant, harvest and Market your cotton in Uganda
Agribusiness guide on how plant, harvest and Market Coconut in Uganda
Given the changed and sophisticated food industry; Cherry Tomatoes in Uganda have been made a big deal.
You want a powerful eye catching piece in a corner of your lawn, plant bougainvillea in Uganda and it will bless you with its showy blooms.
Agribusiness guide for planting , harvesting and Marketing Barley in Uganda
Agribusiness guide on how to plant, groom and uses of Agave plants in Uganda
Agribusiness guide on how to plant, harvest and sell sugarcane in Uganda
Agribusiness guide on how to plant, harvest and sell oranges in Uganda
Agribusiness guide on how to Grow Coffee in Uganda, how to plant, harvest and where to buy Uganda Coffee Beans
Tips on how to grow Guavas in Uganda, how to harvest and where to buy guavas in Africa
Tips on how to plant, harvest and where to buy garden egg in Uganda
Agribusiness guide on how to plant, harvest and sell Stevia in Uganda
Agribusiness guide on how to plant, harvest and sell Muskmelon in Uganda
Moringa (Scientific Name: Moringa oleifera) is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Moringa, which is the only genus in the family Moringaceae.
Chayote (Scientific Name: Sechium edule) is an edible plant belonging to the gourd family Cucurbitaceae, along with melons, cucumbers and squash. The
Aloe Vera is a succulent, almost sessile perennial plant with radically arranged leaves and many fibrous supporting roots penetrating into the soil.
Turmeric (Scientific name: Curcuma longa ) is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae. Turmeric is typically grown
Strawberry is a dainty, red, heart-shaped fruit which has been grown way back in the memorials. Because of its appearance the fruits of the strawberry
Lemon balm (Scientific name: Melissa officinalis) also known as balm, common balm, or balm mint, is a perennial herb from the mint family. Its characteristic
Ferns have been a common house plant for years. The great places to start looking for ferns are the swamps; wooded areas and shrub corners. The plant
Chia is an annual herbaceous plant in the mint family that is grown commercially for its seeds which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. The chia seeds
Cactus is a perennial arid or desert plant grown as a floor or house plant. This strikingly succulent plant has of recent gained popularity amongst
Bamboo is a fast growing woody grass grown for its culms (stems). The plant is an evergreen perennial flowering plant in the subfamily Bambusoideae
Tamarind (Scientific name: Tamarindus indica) is a large leguminous tree that grows to up to 3m tall. Tamarind is indigenous to tropical Africa and
Rice is one cereal crop that has become popular in Uganda over the past years. ”omuchele” as locally known is also one of the world’s most important
Lemon (Scientific name: Citrus limon) is a species of small evergreen tree in the flowering plant family Rutaceae. These fruits have been grown in
Karela ( Scientific Name: Momordica charantia) also known as bitter melon, bitter gourd, bitter squash, or balsam-pear is member of the cucurbit family,
Cape gooseberry/ goldenberry (Scientific Name: Physalis peruviana) is a marble-sized fruit that is yellow to orange in color with a smooth, waxy skin.
Cowpea is an annual, herbacious crop of the legume family. The crop is one of the most ancient source of food to man, and its use is dated back since
Butternut squash is a vine crop of the cucurbit family. This tropical crop is an alternative choice four pumpkin lovers. This is because the butternut
Also known as salad onion, spring onion is another sweet vegetable of the onion family. The plant gives long, slender green tops and the small white
The soursop (Annona muricata) is a deciduous low, erect fruity tree. The sour sop fruit has an inner cream colored, fragrant, juicy, and somewhat fibrous
Pomegranate is an attractive tropical shrub with showy flowers and colorful fruits. The shrub is locally known as “Enkomamawanga” and is easy to grow
Jackfruit is the largest tree borne fruit in the world. The tree is common to most tropical regions of the world. In Uganda the tree is locally known
Green beans are the famous crispy pod type of beans, locally in Uganda we call them ‘French beans’. The beans are used for a number of culinary by consumers,
Cauliflower is another flowery vegetable of the cabbage family. Its white curd makes the most favorite culinary ingredient for most modern cooks. When
Avocado is a tropical ever green fruit tree found in most home gardens in Uganda. “Ova” as locally known in the central Uganda, the tree is organically
Shea Butter Guide: find useful info about Shea Butter in Uganda including tips on growing, Extracting and Buying Shea Butter in Africa
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