And thanks to his creativity, he has not only transformed the productivity of his familys 15-acre land but also made an impact in Africa, a contribution that has won him 800 euros besides his ranking as one of the best youthful bloggers on agriculture in Africa.
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Growing up in Muranga, Mr Mwangi was fond of the farm on which his family grew fruits and vegetables. But as he grew older, he noticed something unusual: the quality of the soil was deteriorating and the land was no longer as productive as before.
Unable to explain the phenomenon, he went round seeking a solution from other farmers. Every farmer I talked to advised me on various chemicals and fertilisers that I could use but I could not comprehend it.
Their names were too hard and I decided I could not use products whose names I could hardly pronounce, he told the Business Daily in a recent interview.
Read the full article: Business Daily Africa