Some approaches to the current pressing agricultural challenges
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Daily Monitor

Agriculture today faces a number of pressing issues mainly as a result of climate change. It is no longer easy for farmers to predict when the rains will be starting or ending as used to be the case before. Unpredictable rains The weather patterns have become so unpredictable and yet for such a long time, as has been mentioned by P.J. M. Cooper, R. Coe, and R D Stern in their book, Experimental Agriculture, rain-fed agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa has been the mainstay of the continent’s food and feed production. “Nearly 90 percent of staple food and feed production comes from, and will cont…

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