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Grâce-Marlène GNINTOUNGBE, 29 years, is a diplomat by training. Braving the reluctance of her relatives, she created “At Marlene’s garden”, an organic vegetable farm. Marlène’s migration to agriculture has not been easy. She has faced several challenges, starting by the fact that her parents were not keen for her to be an agricultural entrepreneur. But she was determined and went forward with her idea. “It’s not the money that we could get that is important. What is important is to do what we love and are comfortable with what we are doing, and that it has a positive impact on our life and on other people’s lives,” says Marlène.
As awareness of the impact of climate change grows, many sectors are becoming increasingly environmentally conscious. In Senegal, one entrepreneur is keen to do her part. She's co-founded a company that makes organic, reusable hygiene products like sanitary towels. Alexandria Majalla has more details Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
This is the cattle section of I.o farms. This is a video of the cattle in the ranch
Ollasset Djoro AHOUO is a young entrepreneur in Cote d’Ivoire. In 2009, she leaves the faculty of medicine to study agriculture. Today, she produces and markets organic fruits and vegetables. Her parents’ dream was for her to become a doctor. But her dream was to be an agricultural entrepreneur. Ollasset followed her heart and today does not regret her decision. Despite the difficulties she met during her entrepreneurial journey, she brought in her own innovations and overcame them. “Being engaged in agriculture, it’s first of all to cultivate patience. You have to be patient and resilient,” says Ollasset.
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This 8-minute documentary is about Volta Presentation, a small and developing farm in the Volta Region of Ghana that's recognized as one of the only farms in West Africa that practices healthy, sustainable and biodynamic agriculture in its growth and distribution of produce without chemical pesticides.
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Five youths from Benin and Niger are testing and advising farmers on agro-ecological techniques. With a background in organic agriculture, Souleymane ABDOU-BAHAR understood the importance of eating safe and healthy vegetables. When he arrived in Benin, he noticed that farmers were not using pesticides correctly. And this presented a danger for the farmers themselves, the consumers and also the environment. So, together with a group of youths, he started the association “The gardens of hope”, whereby they experiment on agro-ecological practices and provide advisory services to farmers on sustainable agriculture. “Going back to the land is good, but we have to do it in a dynamic that preserves the environment,” says Oluwafèmi KOCHONI, secretary general of the association.
Uganda is one of the top countries in the world for organic agriculture. More and more farmers in the country are getting certified, but it's not all plain sailing as one coffee-grower explains. http://www.dw.com/en/tv/eco-at-africa/s-32686
This video is just an introduction for organic banana farming. Detailed videos will be uploaded soon......
Steven Kirk, Research Specialist II, is conducting a three year study at the Bradford Research Center on how cover crops can be used in organic watermelon production to attract insects, reduce weed level, and ideally increase yield. This research was funded by a grant from the CERES Foundation.
The Eden Creation Care Initiative has transformed land scarred by mining with an organic fish farm and a plant nursery to boost the local economy, giving hope to Nigeria's threatened forests. For more videos go to: http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/environment/s-11798
Nigeria, 29 June 2014 - In 1897 Britain attacked Benin City, in Nigeria, and hundreds of artworks from the royal palace were stolen by soldiers. Over a century later a retired British medical consultant has returned some of the works taken by his grandfather, who was a soldier.
Practical live training http://watermelonbusinesssecret.com/workshop.htm Here's 75 - 80days 7 hectares (17acres) mechanized commercial watermelon farm in Benin city, Edo State, Nigeria. A commercial watermelon fruits production farm that has been setup without ever using cutlass or hoe other than mechanical and chemical means. First, the soil was prepared and tilled (ploughed) with a tractor that was hired from the agencies Second, the specialized seeds variety were planted between 19th of March to 22nd of March for this season in batches. We used herbicides to kill and get rid of weeds without having to use do anything clearing. We applied our treatments (insecticides, pesticides fungicides, foliar and liquid fertilizers) in the right quantity and measurement. We continue monito...
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