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07:33
07:33

Bunyoro Coffee Farmers Demand UGX 1.2Bn from UCDA 4

According to the farmers, UCDA owes them Shillings 1.2 billion for 3,689,998 coffee seedlings they supplied between 2017 and 2019. Each seedling was valued at 350 Shillings.
10:46
10:46

Coffee Farmers Struggle to Transport Produce to Factories 4 1

Eric Katengo, a coffee farmer in Kalingwe, Kisinga Sub County, says both the curfew and ban on carrying passengers has affected the quality and volume of coffee they supply. He says buyers who use private means have seemingly halted business.
16:02
16:02

Rukungiri Farmers Battle Black Coffee Disease 3 1

Adrine Twakiire, a farmer from Buhunga Sub County says that her two acres of coffee plantations were growing perfectly last year until they were invaded by a pest she could not identify.
17:50
17:50

Kasese Farmers Decry Outbreak of Coffee Pests and Diseases 4

Patrick Kyamanduma an active a coffee farmer in Kisinga town council says the pests and diseases have affected their expected output.
07:50
07:50

Sugar Bill Talk Dominates Kadaga's Thanksgiving Ceremony people 4 1 Top story

Rt. Rev. Samson Naimanhe, the Bishop of Busoga Diocese who led the thanksgiving service, called for the sensitisation of cane farmers in the region on each clause in the bill before it is discussed by parliament.
10:25
10:25

Farmers Unaware of Registration Exercise coffee 4 1

Government through the Ministry of Agriculture initiated the Agriculture Cluster Development Project. The project is aimed at registering farmers so as to suit the objective of transforming agriculture from being predominantly subsistence to commercial for food security in the country, increase household incomes and promoting exports.
16:52
16:52

Farmers Reject New Coffee Guidelines, Demand Revival of Cooperatives 2 1

Charles Kiryowa, the chairperson of Ssisa farmers Association in Wakiso district says such guidelines would be implemented effectively through co-operative societies which would guide farmers how to grow and cultivate the cash crop thus calling on government to reinstate the fallen co-operative societies.
15:25
15:25

Govt Targets to Export 20 Million Coffee Bags By 2020 exports 3 1

The targets were set in line with the objectives of the Agriculture Cluster Development Project which intends to raise on-farm productivity, production, and marketable volumes of maize, beans, rice, cassava, and coffee.
20:43
20:43

Tissue Culture Offers New Hope to Uganda's Coffee Sector 2 1

Dr. Pauline Aluka, a Coffee plant breeder at the Kituza-based National Coffee Research Institute NACori says the several years of research using this latest mode of plant-let multiplication are quite promising to the countrys coffee sector.
07:16
07:16

Internal Squabbles In BCU Take Toll on Coffee Production coffee prices 5 1 Top story

Danny Mafabi, a coffee famer from Lushya Sub County in Bulambuli district misses the good old days when BCU would distribute farm inputs like fertilizers, insecticides, seeds and pulping machines to farmers to motivate them.
17:50
17:50

MPs Grill UCDA Bosses Over UGX10bn misuse of funds 1

Management of Uganda Coffee development Authority (UCDA) on Monday failed to convince parliament why they arbitrarily diverted Ugx10bn outside what was budgeted.
04:43
04:43

UCDA Impounds 4 Tonnes of Coffee ugandan coffee

The Uganda Coffee Development Authority has impounded 4 tonnes of immature coffee worth 145 million shillings in Iganga.
16:09
16:09

Middlemen Hit Hard By a Slump in Local Coffee Prices arabica coffee 2

Middlemen who hoarded Arabica coffee from Mt. Elgon region are now selling off their homes to service bank loans due to a slump in local coffee prices.
17:18
17:18

Farmers Hit Hard by Slump in Coffee prices

Arabica coffee farmers are stuck with their produce as a result of a slump in local coffee prices. There has been a drastic fall in coffee prices since the beginning of the year which has left farmers stranded with their produce.
17:02
17:02

Bugisu Cooperative Union Wrangles Take Toll On Coffee Production 1

Wrangles over management of Bugisu Cooperative Union have had a toll on the sale and production of Arabica coffee in Mount Elgon region.
10:58
10:58

Philippine Company Guns for Room in Uganda's Coffee Industry foreign investment

Splash Corporation, a Jakarta-based company, announces acquisition of major stake in Uganda\'s coffee industry.
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