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17:21
17:21

Mayiga Asks Voters To Stop Pestering Aspirants for Money coffee farming 1 3 Top story

Erasto Kibirango, one of the aspirants for the Luweero LC V Chairperson’s seat, says the Covid19 restrictions, which forced them to hold town hall meetings have exposed them to huge expenses.
15:35
15:35

African Coffee Paid Less Compared to Latin America, Asia coffee prices 1 1 Top story

The study looked at prices paid between 2000 and 2018. It notes that the average price in Africa for Arabica coffee is 70.4 US cents ( 2,575 Shillings) per pound or half a kilogram when the price is 37.6 per cent higher in Latin America and 41.5 per cent higher in India.
12:24
12:24

Residents Shun Wealth Creation Coffee Seedlings cattle corridor 1 3

Edward Lutankome Ssentamu, the Central Regional Manager Uganda Coffee Development Authority asked for time to investigate the matter and consult the district OWC Commander on what could have gone wrong.
19:09
19:09

Kyotera Gets Modern Coffee Grading Facility coffee farming 3 1

A modern coffee grading facility has been set up in Kyotera district giving hope to hundreds of farmers currently struggling to access market after the closure of 200 firms.
14:53
14:53

Limited Processing Facilities Affecting Us - Coffee Farmers coffee farming 1

Coffee farmers in Hoima district want processing facilities brought nearer to them in order to easily add value to their produce.
17:34
17:34

Coffee Rust Disease is Cause to Worry for Uganda Coffee Industry arabica coffee 2

Dick Robert Wadaba Executive Director of the Africa Coffee Academy says a shortage in production in South American states may mean a boom in coffee sales in the Africa and Asia. However, he notes that the disease could easily spread and thus reasons worry for the coffee sector.
17:42
17:42

BCU Members: We Want Nandala Mafabi Back coffee farming 4

The executive members of the Bugisu Cooperative Union (BCU) have given a 21 day ultimatum to government to ensure it reinstate Nandala Mafabi, the opposition leader in Parliament, as the chairman of the union together with his all board members or risk being dragged to court.
06:11
06:11

New Coffee Pest destroys 6000 Plantations in Masaka coffee farming 3

Agriculturalists say when a twig borer attacks a coffee plant, it bores holes in it and causes a white fungus to grow around it where the female ones lay eggs for its young ones to feed upon hatching.
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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