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Salads and Leafy Greens !!

  Are you sure of what you & your loved ones are eating!! Just be aware of the contents in your fresh salads, leafy greens & herbs. Are they grown using “sewerage water” or cultivated by using high doses of pesticides and synthetic chemical fertilizers. Remember you are not cooking them, but eating them raw/blanched/garnished. If you want to be 100% sure and feel safe of what your veggie plate contains, get it from us at Al Ghalia Farms (AG Terra Aqua), Kingdom of Bahrain. As we are the only…

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1 Reply · Reply by Geoffrey Cheruiyot Jul 5


I am farmer, Coffee and cocoa are my main products. I am also in to snails, mushrooms etc. I wish to know if there is a market for these products in your country. I am also seeking partners and collaborators because I am looking forward to expanding my activity( still in agriculture ) i look forward to reading from you. My contact,;

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Why plant dry off quickly

Reasons why your plants dry-off during the dry seasons. We always come to a conclusion that the main reason why our plants dry-off during the dry seasons is because of lack of water. That is correct but I will show you the main cause! The size of your planting hole and the depth plays a very big rule in the development of your plants. Now, it will take sometime for a very young  plant to mature and the roots to gain strength. If a young plant is sown into a small hole without a good depth, it…

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8th Africa Sugar Outlook dates announced
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