Farmers witness significant improvements in yields and revenues at Rotanda field day

Last month the three core Inputs Partners under the guidance of the BAGC secretariat conducted a new set of field days in the Rotanda Irrigation scheme. The scheme is about 420 hectares and supports some 250 farmers and their families. Core crops include cabbages, baby corn, onions and common beans all of which are sold… Continue reading Farmers witness significant improvements in yields and revenues at Rotanda field day

Inputs Partnership – supporting farmers to boost horticulture crop quality

Farmer - Endro Canda completes the weeding of his high quality cabaages as they make ready for the local markets One of the key aims of the Inputs Partnership is not just supporting farmers to increase productivity but also ensure high quality for any horticultural crop destined for the market. The Inputs Partnership is working… Continue reading Inputs Partnership – supporting farmers to boost horticulture crop quality

Field Days make a difference at the Mussapa Irrigation Scheme

One of the key elements of the The Inputs Partnership is to extend crop production and good agricultural practices to farmers within the BAGC supported irrigation schemes. A series of regular and extensive field days forms part of the Inputs Partnership activities. It gives farmers the chance not only to view trial plots of various… Continue reading Field Days make a difference at the Mussapa Irrigation Scheme

BAGC Inputs Partnership supporting farmers affected by Cyclone Idai

Manica Province - The BAGC Inputs Partnership has been working in conjunction with the Royal Norwegian Embassy Maputo to deliver essential inputs to farmers affected by the recent cyclone Idai. Last week the BAGC Secretariat coordinated operations to purchase and deliver nearly two tonnes of seed (common bean, cabbage maize) to farmer associations based at… Continue reading BAGC Inputs Partnership supporting farmers affected by Cyclone Idai

BAGC News

In March, Cyclone Idai caused tremendous damage to infrastructure and farmland throughout the Beira Corridor. However, one of the programmes  that we support, the Inputs Partnership has begun work in Chimoio. In April the partners reviewed the progress on field demonstrations one of the activities under the Partnership . Good headway is being made even… Continue reading BAGC News