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Zim targets sesame global market

Value addition to the sesame seeds can also be profitable as it would cater to the diverse needs of international consumers and command higher prices.
Animal husbandry key to agriculture: IH Securities
Animal husbandry key to agriculture: IH Securities
Animal husbandry refers to livestock raising and selective breeding for profit, an enterprise which many farmers in Zimbabwe relies on for sustenance and livelihoods.
Zim’s cotton production up 67%
The cotton marketing season came to an end on August 31, 2023.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 7, 2023
LIPS-Zim empowers smallholder farmers
During the 2022/23 season, Mbedzi produced 31 bales weighing approximately 20kg each and he is looking forward to selling the bales just like he did in the previous harvest.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 7, 2023
TIMB promotes sustainable production
These efforts by TIMB are aimed at increasing Zimbabwe tobacco output using minimum resources in an environmentally-friendly manner.
ADRA targets to plant 40 000 fruit trees
ADRA launched its environment safeguarding and climate action theme by planting 1 000 fruit trees across the country’s 10 provinces.
By Winstone Antonio Aug. 24, 2023
Hippo Valley eyes global markets to generate forex
Total industry sugar production for the 2023/24 season forecast stands at 414 773 tonnes, compared to 396 682 tonnes produced last season.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 17, 2023
Kutsaga approves new tobacco agrochemicals
In a notice to all tobacco growers, contractors, merchants and agrochemical companies yesterday, Kutsaga said the new agrochemicals would boost the quality of tobacco.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Aug. 10, 2023
Ama extends cotton marketing season
Farmers, who are supposed to benefit from this extension, are in cotton-growing hubs such as Sanyati, Chiredzi, Gokwe and Bindura, among others.
By Agriculture Reporter Aug. 9, 2023
Zim agric products in high demand: ZimTrade
With a population of over 80 million, the DRC has a high demand for food products, including grains, fruits, vegetables and meat.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 8, 2023
Plans afoot to locally develop sugarcane seed varieties
Mpofu said they would release 10 varieties this year which were drought tolerant and immune to diseases.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 7, 2023
Lowveld Agricultural Show kicked off in Chiredzi
Lowveld Show Society chairperson Graham Murindagomo told NewsDay Farming that they are anticipating a huge turnout from both exhibitors.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 4, 2023
Cottco pays cotton farmers US$10,7m
The government is anticipating a 31% increase in production for the 2022/23 season to 152 472t from 116 521t produced in the 2021/22 season.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Aug. 4, 2023
Govt calls for small grains value chain transformation
This was revealed by the Agricultural Advisory Services and Rural Development Directorate chief director Obert Jiri during a stakeholders workshop on millets in Harare on Tuesday.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Aug. 3, 2023
‘Water availability key to food security’
The programme seeks to promote food security and resilience to exposure to multiple shocks and stresses.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 1, 2023
AIDSISA hosts agribusiness breakfast seminar
The seminar titled Agribusiness Breakfast Seminar will be held at the Harare Exhibition Park on Thursday.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jul. 31, 2023
Seed Co registers strong turnover
This, according to the company's secretary Eric Kalaote,  confirms the strength of the group's market standing and brand equity.
By Melody Chikono Jul. 27, 2023
HDC seeks 4 000ha for blueberry production
In its first quarter report, Zida said the proposed 4 000ha for blueberry production was estimated to cost US$140 million.
By Freeman Makopa Jul. 19, 2023
AMA pursues DRC export market
Beef from India is currently landing in Kinshasa at: T-borne (US$15), beef steak (US$14), rear beef quarter (US$7,50) and beef quarter topside (US$7).
By Farming Reporter Jul. 18, 2023
Zimplow lists on VFEX
Through the listing the group intends to embark on capital raising initiatives in foreign currency to boost the group’s efforts to acquire new robust equipment.
By Melody Chikono Jul. 17, 2023
USAid unveils US$2m urban food aid
Last year, 18 000 households across 20 urban areas participated in resilience-building activities.
By Freeman Makopa Jul. 17, 2023
Major drop in mopane worm harvests
Scarcity of the delicacy triggered an upward spike in prices which were also further driven by the Zimdollar’s over 50% loss in value to the greenback.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 13, 2023
Cicada seeks to acquire Border Timbers
The statement, however, did not disclose the value of the offer.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jul. 12, 2023
Macadamia nut farmers cry foul
Dubbed the green diamond, macadamia nuts are viewed as a lucrative cash crop due to their multiple uses, international market value and a decades-long harvesting lifespan.
By Freeman Makopa Jul. 11, 2023
Horticulture, a low-hanging export opportunity to China
While the Chinese market offers premium prices for fresh produce, there are requirements that must be facilitated by governments that will make it easy for local producers to export.
By ZimTrade Jul. 7, 2023
Zim, Bots moot export corridor
AMA chief executive officer Clever Isaya said modalities were already in place for local farmers to export their produce to Botswana.
By Agriculture Reporter Jul. 6, 2023
Rabbit farmers brainstorm over future of the industry
Zicorba vice-president Abigail Japajapa revealed that the Masvingo gathering is expected to come up with a roadmap for the country's cuniculture sector.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jul. 5, 2023
Kutsaga rebranding pays off
This, according to Mutepfa, culminated in the establishment of a multi-million-dollar commercial tissue culture facility in 2019.
By Melody Chikono Jul. 3, 2023