A call has been made by Kenya to African, Caribbean and Pacific States (APC) countries to give more funds to agricultural and technology development in order to help its marketability, reports CoastWeek
This call was made by Romano Kiome, Kenya Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture while at Eastern and Southern Africa agricultural meeting in Nairobi, Kenya recently.
He said if agriculture is to become a profitable venture in the continent, the priorities must be inputs, markets, credit and institutions.
Inputs like seeds, fertilizer, external market, loans, research and supports from governments, he said are catalysts to a revolution in agriculture within the continent.
He also said that the use of technology in agriculture in the continent is low when compared to other nations of the world, hence the result in low productivity. Read moreAdmin/LS