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09:41
09:41

COSASE Probes NAADS Officials for Diverting UGX7Bn Expenditure budget. 1

There officials led the Executive Director, Samuel Mugasi on Tuesday meeting the legislators to answer queries raised by the Auditor General in a report for the FY that ended 30 June 2022 which implicated them for spending the said funds on domestic arrears that were not in the budget.
18:29
18:29

Farmers Federation: Mobile Money Tax Affecting Small Scale Farmers farm inputs 3 1

Speaking at the opening of the 26th agricultural and trade show in Jinja district on Friday, Kamuganga argues that mobile money is the easiest means of transaction for farmers when purchasing farm inputs.
18:29
18:29

New Palm Oil Cultivators Cautioned against Excitement gobierno 7 1

Deo Miiro Mpolampola, a farmer of Mwena Village B in Kalangala town Council says the promoters of the project exaggerated its benefits, creating misconceptions among the intending cultivators. According to Miiro, the Vegetable oil project has numerous challenges which the intending out-growers are not made to understand before embracing the project.
10:20
10:20

Farmer Groups Rush to Register to Secure Licenses to Import Inputs fake farm inputs 3 1

According to Mwangu, individual farmers can't afford to buy equipment such as tractors and irrigation equipment to mechanise their production, which calls for group efforts.
10:45
10:45

Inaccessibility to Farm Inputs Takes Toll on Agriculture in Busoga busoga region 2

Farmers claim they cannot afford the cost of the large quantity packages on the market. As a result many of them have remained with chunks of idle land, while a few others settled for domestic production.
09:47
09:47

Ugandans Borrow For Consumption - Report farm inputs 2 1 Top story

Majority of the adult population in Uganda borrows money for consumption purposes, a new report by the Economic Policy and Research Centre (EPRC) has revealed. Most Ugandans borrow to finance emergencies and meet daily expenses.
17:06
17:06

Skyrocketing Cost of farm Inputs Threatens Coffee Farming in Rakai, Masaka fertilizers 1

The increasing cost of fertilizers and pesticides is threatening coffee farming in Rakai and Masaka districts. Low income coffee farmers in both districts have started abandoning coffee farming because of the high costs of the inputs.
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