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61. 1bn/- set aside to upgrade ranches under NARCO
  Thursday, July 31, 2014  by Admin
  The government has set aside 1bn/- in 2014/15 fiscal year to improve all ranches in the country which are under the National Ranch Company (NARCO) including increasing the number of livestock in the west Kilimanjaro ranch.
 
62. Public told to monitor agriculture development funds
  Monday, July 28, 2014  by Admin
  The public has been asked to pay close attention in monitoring agriculture, education, water and health sector related projects at the district council level in order to promote efficiency and accountability to public funds earmarked for development projects.
 
63. EU donates vehicles for agriculture
  Friday, July 25, 2014  by Admin
  THE European Union (EU) handed over 21 motor vehicles worth about 1.4bn/- to spur productivity and competitiveness in the country’s agricultural sector.
 
64. Kigoma farmers promised seeds
  Thursday, July 24, 2014  by Admin
  HE Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives, Eng. Christopher Chiza, has promised to give sunflower seeds to farmers in Nyamtukuza and Kakonko wards in Kakonko District, Kigoma Region, to help in meeting increased demand.
 
65. Kikwete cautions farmers on proper loan utilisation
  Thursday, July 24, 2014  by Admin
  PRESIDENT Kikwete has stressed the need for farmers to utilize loans they receive for the intended purpose in order to improve their welfare.
 
66. Increased govt support of agro-input suppliers encouraged
  Thursday, July 24, 2014  by Admin
  The government has been called on to augment its support to agro-input partners in the agricultural sector if set national initiatives are to be met. Highlighting the vital role of increased government participation in public-private partnership initiatives, the Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) Country Head, Dr Mary Mgonja, said reliable supply of inputs is the key to the country’s planned green revolution.
 
67. NatureRipe pasteurizer, juice making plant to help mango farmers
  Thursday, July 24, 2014  by Admin
  In a move to create a stable and lucrative domestic market for small scale farmers engaging in mango and other tropical fruits production, the Tanzania Agricultural Productivity Program (TAPP) has donated a pasteurizer and juice making plant worth 80,000 euros (Tsh184million) to a local liquid food processing company, NatureRipe Kilimanjaro Ltd.
 
68. Coastal farmers take up tolerant maize varieties
  Thursday, July 24, 2014  by Admin
  Farmers along the coast, with coconut crop dominance as their major agricultural produce have the opportunity to increase production and earn more from their produce following their move to adopt drought tolerant maize varieties TAN-H 600 and TAN-H 250 on their coconut based farms.
 
69. 'Agricultural Products Lead in Attracting EPZA Investors'
  Thursday, September 05, 2013  by Admin
  Industries specialising in adding value to agricultural products have been singled out as the leading area of investment under the Economic Processing Zone Authority (EPZA). The EPZA Director General, Dr Adelhelm Meru revealed this to journalists recently in Dar es Salaam when
 
70. GPS Technology can Greatly Boost Tanzania's Fishing Sector-expert
  Thursday, August 15, 2013  by Admin
  Contribution of the fishing sector to the economy may largely be enhanced by Global Positioning System units (GPS) technology, which aids fishermen to map and view fish under water thus enabling sustainable fishing.
 
71. Crop production increases in Moshi
  Wednesday, April 17, 2013  by Admin
  PRODUCTION of various subsistence crops in Moshi rural area increased from 63,316 metric tonnes in 2005 to 104,082 tonnes last year which was a rise of 64 per cent, Moshi District Commissioner (DC), Dr Ibrahim Msengi has said.
 
72. Challenges stymie ‘Kilimo Kwanza’
  Monday, April 15, 2013  by Admin
  A REVIEW of implementation of ‘Kilimo Kwanza’ has revealed numerous weaknesses that hamper smooth functioning of the government initiative that seeks to revamp the agricultural sector.
 
73. Farmers in Kagera urged to utilise ongoing rains
  Friday, April 05, 2013  by Admin
  THE Kagera Regional Commissioner (RC), Fabian Massawe, has assured residents in the region that there are sufficient food reserves, urging them to utilize the ongoing long rains by planting fast maturing crops including maize, millet, sweet potatoes and cassava.
 
74. Rising food, energy prices add misery on inflation trends
  Thursday, March 28, 2013  by Admin
  HIGHER food and energy prices may undermine the ongoing efforts to bring back inflation to single digit, experts have warned.
 
75. Drought threatens increased coffee production in Mbeya
  Wednesday, March 27, 2013  by Admin
  WHILE the demand of coffee is increasing in the world, drought and lack of infrastructure for coffee irrigation scheme if affecting the crop’s production in Idugumbi village, Mbeya district.
 

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