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  • Account: Agribusinfougenya


      Agricultural technology, Market information, post harvest, value addition and food technologies, Agronomy and crop husbandry,pest control and crop protection techniques, financial and credit information, farmers movements and so on.

  • Account: Agrikenya

    • Animal Husbandry

      Everything to do with animal keeping in Kenya and the East African region.

    • Cash crop farming

      The diverse crops that are grown in Kenya for economic purposes, both in large and small scale

    • Cool Info

      Information on initiatives, conferences and exhibitions related to Agriculture

  • Account: agroheal solutions

    • agroheal solutions

      new and existing but unpublished participatory research information on agriculture, food technology, agricultural value addition and value chain development in Eastern province,Kenya

  • Account: AIRC

    • AIRC

      Information Dissemination to farmers and Agricultural Stakeholders In Kenya and the region

  • Account: CCA-SLM

    • CCA-SLM

      Output of the project on Climate change adaptation through sustainable land management in Western and Eastern Kenya

  • Account: DONATA OFSP


      The account contains information on the Orange-fleshed sweetpotato DONATA project being implemented in Busia and Bungoma counties in Western Kenya

    • Sweetpotato research

      Contains on information on sweetpotato research going on in Kenya

  • Account: EOA-KARI Kakamega

    • EOA

      Introduction to EOA

    • push pull

      EOA uses various technologies in demonstrating soil fertility and ecological crop protection. Push pull is a system that integrates fodder and cereals(desmodium,Napier or molato ll and maize,) in a manner that desmodium repels maize stalk borer,fixes nitrogen in the soil thus increased soil fertility and feed for livestock which is rich in proteins hence increased milk. Maize is free from the stalk borer /striga weed and gets enough nitrogen resulting to good harvest and Napier attracts the stalk borer in which it starves to death and also feeds livestock. The technology is a real diversity that benefits an ecosystem. For more information contact icipe wensite and search for push pull.

  • Account: Farm Man

    • Coffee Farming

      We'll have a look at the origin of coffee in Kenya, locations where the crop is planted and the importance of the crop in the Kenyan economy.

    • Horticulture

      How has horticulture impacted the lives of Kenyans?

    • Tea Farming

      The importance of tea farming in the Kenyan economy as well as the locations of tea farms in the country.

    • Wheat Farming

      This site will provide information about wheat farming in Kenya.

  • Account: KENFAP

    • KENFAP

      About KENFAP The Kenya National Federation of Agricultural Producers (KENFAP) is the umbrella farmers? federation representing interests of 1.8 million farm families and the legitimate farmers? voice in Kenya. It was established in 1946 as a Farmers Union representing exclusive interests of large-scale white farmers, but later on underwent institutional transformation from a farmers union to a Federation in 2003. KENFAP is a non-political, noncommercial, democratic federation of Kenyan farmers. The federation operates through networks locally, nationally, regionally and internationally. In this endeavour, KENFAP is a member of Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), Eastern Africa Farmers Federation (EAFF) and International Land Coalition (ILC) purposely to amplify the farmers? voice within and outside Kenya through small strategic partnerships, affiliations, and coalitions.

  • Account: Future-Agricultures

    • FAC

      Future Agricultures Consortium is a multidisciplinary and independent learning alliance of academic researchers and practitioners involved in African agriculture. We aim to encourage dialogue and the sharing of good practice by policy makers and opinion formers in Africa on the role of agriculture in broad based growth. Collectively we offer a responsive mode of working, so we can engage with policy debates and issues as they arise. Currently the Consortium consists of over 20 researchers from African and UK institutions focussing on Kenya, Ethiopia and Malawi. However, in our new phase of work, 2010 - 2013, FAC will expand to work in over ten countries across Africa, involving over 50 researchers from African and UK institutions Since mid-2005, the Consortium has built an effective and dynamic partnership between leading African and UK institutions, developed a strong evidence base for policy processes at global, national and local levels, including contributing to the 2008 World Development Report and linking with insights from participatory regional consultations on the future of agriculture in Africa. Visit us at:

  • Account: Harrison Rware

    • Harrison Rware

      Small scale enterprises development in developing countries, research and functional M & E, case studies of communities role in environmental conservation, poverty alleviation and power of local associations in developing rural economis

  • Account: ICIPE

    • ICIPE

      icipe is a tropical organisation with a tropical agenda. But why study insects? Because in the tropics, insects are a fact of life to be reckoned with. Insects pose a greater risk to food production, often causing the loss of entire crops and destroying about half of all harvested food in storage. The 'old' tropical vector-borne diseases of malaria, dengue, kala-azar and the like are making a dramatic comeback, and frightening new ones are emerging. Livestock succumb in their millions of insect- and tick-borne diseases, resulting in loss of milk, meat and traction power. Underlying all of these issues is the fundamental poverty of most tropical countries and inability to harness their natural resources for themselves. Established in Kenya in 1970, icipe's founders recognised that the mainly developing countries in the tropics had special problems that were not being adequately addressed by scientists and organisations in the North. Furthermore, there was a serious lack of indigenous expertise to resolve these problems. It should come to no surprise therefore that icipe's objectives for this millennium are essentially the same as they were three decades ago: * To help ensure food security and better health for humankind and its livestock; * To protect the environment; * To conserve and make better use of natural resources.

  • Account: ITAL GREEN


      Information about Technologies,methods and practices that will enable different farmers in different geographical and ecological regions to practice sustainable commercial agriculture. This will ensure reduction of poverty, mulnutrition and environmental degradation levels among other social problems.

  • Account: JoannaAuma

    • Medicinal plants

      The mission of Product Research and Development is the discovery and development of drugs. Drugs, although often inadequate or compromised by resistance, are still the mainstay for control of these diseases as no vaccine is yet registered for trypanosomiasis. Due to the increased costs of developing and registering pharmaceutical products, together with the prospect of inadequate commercial returns, the pharmaceutical industry are largely shying away from the area of tropical parasitic diseases. In African trypanosomiasis, each of the drugs in use has its drawbacks. Pentamidine and suramin, used only for early-stage disease, both have serious side effects. Of the two drugs used for late-stage disease, melarsoprol is very toxic and even fatal while eflornithine is expensive and only affects Trypanosoma brucei gambiense Plants have provided the basis for traditional treatment for different types of diseases and still offer an enormous potential source of new chemotherapeutic agents.

  • Account: KAINet

    • Agricultural Finance Corporation

      Taking over the functions of the Land and Agricultural Bank of Kenya

    • Coffee Research Foundation

      Promote research into and investigate all problems relating to coffee and such other crop system of husbandry as are associated with coffee throughout Kenya including productivity, quality, value addition and suitability of land in relation to coffee planting and matters ancillary thereto.


      Advances on dissemination of QPM technologies

    • eRAILS II RUNetwork

      rails training

    • ICRAF

      Trees play a crucial role in almost all terrestrial ecosystems and provide a range of products and services to rural and urban people. As natural vegetation is cleared for agriculture and other types of development, the benefits that trees provide are best sustained by integrating trees into agriculturally productive landscapes ? a practice known as agroforestry. Farmers have practised agroforestry for years. Agroforestry focuses on the wide range of working trees grown on farms and in rural landscapes. Among these are fertilizer trees for land regeneration, soil health and food security; fruit trees for nutrition; fodder trees that improve smallholder livestock production; timber and fuelwood trees for shelter and energy; medicinal trees to combat disease; and trees that produce gums, resins or latex products. Many of these trees are multipurpose, providing a range of benefits.

    • ILRI

      To work at the crossroads of livestock and poverty, bringing high-quality science and capacity-building to bear on poverty reduction and sustainable development for poor livestock keepers and their communities.

    • KAINET

      To share Agricultural Information

    • KALRO

      To share agricultural information


      Sharing infromation on erails training in KARI MWEA

    • KDB

      The mandate of KDB is to efficiently and sustainably develop, promote and regulate the dairy industry in Kenya .

    • KEFRI

      Disseminate Forestry Information

    • Kenya KMS website

      Dissemination agriculture infromation and knowledge

    • Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service

      A regulatory agency for Quality Assurance on Agricultural inputs and produce in Kenya.KEPHIS undertakes: Plant Variety Protection; Seed Certification; Phytosanitary Inspection of Imports and Exports and Analysis of Soil, Water, Agricultural Produce, Fertilizers and Pesticides

    • Kenya Sugar Research Foundation

      Mandate for the development and dissemination of technology and information needed for increased productivity, profitability and sustainability of the sugar industry in Kenya

    • KMC

      Our mandate is ?to purchase cattle and small stock and to acquire, establish and operate abattoirs, meat works, cold storage concerns and refrigeration works for the purpose of slaughtering cattle and small stock, processing by products, preparing hides and chilling, freezing, canning and storing beef, mutton, poultry and other meat food for export or consumption within Kenya.

    • Pest Control Products Board

      Mandate - to regulate the importation and exportation, manufacture, distribution and use of pest control products.

    • Tea Research Foundation

      To promote research into and investigate all problems relating to tea and such other crops relating to tea production.

  • Account: KEFRI

    • Egerton University

      To generate and disseminate significant knowledge and offer exemplary education to contribute to and innovatively influence national and global development.

    • Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

      To provide accessible quality training, research, and innovation in order to produce leaders in the fields of Agriculture, Engineering, Technology, Enterprise Development, Health and other Applied Sciences to suit the needs of a dynamic world.

    • Moi University

      To be recognised nationally and internationally as the University of choice in nurturing innovation and talent in science, technology and development.

  • Account: kennito

    • Agri-news

      latest news in the agricultural world especially-agricultural technology and ways of improving productivity and government participation in farmers welfare.

  • Account: Lusike Wasilwa

    • Lusike Wasilwa

      Horticulture for development, plant pathology, nutrition, breeding, fruits, vegetables, nuts, medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs), fibre crops, oil crops, botanical crops

  • Account: Minitries

    • Agriculture Minitry

      The mandate of the Ministry of Agriculture is to promote and facilitate production of food and agricultural raw materials for food security and incomes; advance agro based industries and agricultural exports; and enhance sustainable use of land resources as a basis for agricultural enterprises.

    • Livestock Ministry

      To be the Global leader in facilitating efficient delivery of services for a sustainable and prosperous livestock sector.

  • Account: Mkulima

    • Agriculture on Video

      Sharing Agricultural Knolwedge, technology and information to enhance farm productivity, food security and rural livelihoods through Mkulima TV programme

    • Annex

      provide information in law

  • Account: Moses

    • Moses Orembe

      Share information livestock research, clinical studies and tropical diseases epidemiology

    • Moses Orembe Ontuga

      Share livestock issues, promoting smallholder mixed farmer constraints. Help in food security poverty reduction and mitigate global warming.

  • Account: Refso

    • REFSO

      To share Agricultural information on production,pests and diseases management in general Agriculture and marketing

  • Account: Tell Me


      Describes sources of animal feed, its production, processing, disease and pests control, grasses and concentrates research and development for improving dairy industry

    • animal health

      to have quality products from animals

    • Animal Nutrition

      nutritional Requirements for Dairy Animals

    • Crops Diseases

      Information on crop diseases that are existing and those that are emerging


      Explanatory notes on how to diagnose plant and animal diseases. Know your enemy!

    • Nappier Grass Uses

      Share information other than as animal feed