Farmers in ‘Kora ubeho’ cooperative in Cyeza sector in Muhanga district have confessed that little knowledge on natural manure use has been the cause of low yields.
This comes because residents of Cyeza sector were using only composite manure to increase crop yields.
However, after training by RWARRI project (Rwanda Rural Rehabilitation Initiative) on how to apply composite and types of manure, farmers are optimistic of high yields in this season.
John Bideri, the director of RWARRI project (Rwanda Rural Rehabilitation Initiative) in Rwanda says this project helps farmers to increase food production for home consumption and for sale to improve their standards of living.
Though RWARRI project helped farmers on using manure the modern way, some of them have not yet mastered how to use composite manure and increase productivity of certain crops.
Rwanda Rural Rehabilitation Initiative (RWARRI) is a non-profit making and nongovernmental organisation (NGO) dedicated to the promotion and improvement of social-economic welfare of rural communities in Rwanda, by acting as a flexible catalyst that provokes their hidden potential.
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