Hydroponics is one solution being advocated by an Egyptian farmer, in a country where agricultural land is shrinking and conditions are unfavourable.
It is expected that temperatures in southern Africa will rise by between 1.5°C and 3°C due to climate change by the year 2050.
Social capital needs to be fostered so that communities are able to build from within.
Some African countries are enjoying sustained agriculture growth which is providing a major boost to economies. This comes after decades of stagnation
The advancements being made are of particular value for a continent struggling with depleted soils.
Here's an initiative with clever simple solutions, that could cut Africa's food waste and loss by 50%
In Africa, 50% of fruits, vegetables; 40% of roots, tubers; and 20% of cereals are lost in the post-harvest stage or processes
Unmanned aerial vehicles have critical roles in many sectors