By Barbara Charamba
From time immemorial, agriculture was believed to be the production of staple food required for daily survival. With the invention of mechanisation, it has become increasingly clear that farming is an enterprise that can be profitable, interesting and feed nations. We have seen the advancement of farmers venturing in innovative farming like hydroponics, pisciculture, apiculture, fungiculture, rotary dairy, to name a few.
We have witnessed livelihoods being transformed, national budgets being sustained, international trade succeeding, and creation of employment opportunities from agricultural activities. The benefits are amazing, families flourish and the nation becomes food secure.
However, as in any enterprise, t...