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Kenyan Farmers Turn to New Breeds to Withstand Climate Changei
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October 01, 2013 9:28 PM
Kenyan farmers over the years have often seen their crops wiped out by either floods or drought, causing poverty and soil degradation. Agriculture researchers are now promoting new farming practices and new animal breeds in the hopes that the farmers can withstand natural disasters and the changing climate system. Mohammed Yusuf has more.

Kenyan Farmers Turn to New Breeds to Withstand Climate Change

Published October 01, 2013

Kenyan farmers over the years have often seen their crops wiped out by either floods or drought, causing poverty and soil degradation. Agriculture researchers are now promoting new farming practices and new animal breeds in the hopes that the farmers can withstand natural disasters and the changing climate system. Mohammed Yusuf has more.


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