Namibian Farmers Stop Ploughing Due to Lack of Rains
Farmers in the Zambezi Region say they are tired of the wait-and-see game and have decided to put plouging on hold.
Namibian farmers have stopped ploughing due to lack of rains.
New Era, 19 December 2017
It is a wait-and-see game in the Maize Triangle, the country's staple diet breadbasket with virtually a dry November and a rainless first half of December. Read more »
Namibia: Communal Crop Farmers' Hopes Dwindle
New Era, 12 December 2017
The most critical period for crop farmers in the rain-fed northern communal areas, October and November, which is vital for crop planting, has come and gone, casting doubts on the… Read more »