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Posts by Charles Tjatindi:
Namibia’s battle with Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) appears to be far from over, as more animal movements restrictions are imposed. Agriculture is a topic that concerns everybody. It’s been said that all that glitters is not gold. I have over the years observed how much advice, information, education and personal experience on farming lie out there. Government has rescinded its decision to scrap the willing seller, willing buyer method of farm acquisition. Farming can get challenging during the rainy season. With slippery paths and wet surfaces caused by heavy storms and downpour, it is important to be safe from the dangers that farming and other agricultural activities might entail. The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform has advised farmers in the 10 crop growing regions to be on the look-out for a new invasive species of crop pest and diseases. The Land Bill, which is currently before parliament, will allow for an increased fine for illegal fencing in a bid to rid the country of the practice, which has left many farmers without proper grazing for their livestock. Farming was among the earliest of civilized man’s occupations, and it has been the main economic basis of every civilization down to fairly recent times. Middlemen play an important role by linking farmers to traders and final markets. Agriculture is continuously changing through innovation in science and technology. As such, the agriculture industry continues to be called upon to produce more with finite resources. ... perseverance pays off for gardening initiative Namibian farmers are slowly embracing hydroponics production as a means to an end against frequent dry and arid conditions of drought that the country is accustomed to, which places a tremendous strain on grazing pastures. As a result of global warming, the world’s climate is changing and its effect is being felt the world over. What started as a hobby in 2009 has now turned into a fully-fledged production for Ndawedapo Shaanika. One way of going into agriculture would most definitely be small-scale farming or a small farm as some would refer to it. Since the domestication process in the Neolithic Age, livestock has spread all over the world as a result of human migration or interchanges among neighbouring human populations. Geoffrey Beau Kauta is one of the fiercest defenders of the Nguni cattle, and with good reasons too. If you start a restaurant, a law practice, a car wash or even a marketing agency, there’s a pretty high probability that you are going to fail. Farming on communal land has never been easy, especially so if you are a specialised stud animals farmer. This is the daily struggle Tjivii Tjombe and others in his position are faced with.