Trans Nzoia deputy governor Philomenah Kapkory has reiterated Governor George Natembeya’s administration’s commitment to empowering farmers to adopt practices that promote soil conservation, water management, and sustainable use of resources.
She said the move will not only protect the environment but also ensure that farmers are able to reap the benefits of their hard work.
Speaking at the Manor House Agricultural center where she officiates a one-week training workshop for farmers, the DG lauded efforts being made by the college in promoting sustainable agriculture in the county.
She said the Trans Nzoia administration will continue boosting sustainable farming practices and improving the livelihood of residents.
“The administration through the department of Agriculture we are committed in supporting our farmers in partnership with such institutions to ensure there is improved food productivity and also focus into value addition” Kapkory said.
On her part Polly Noice Manor House Agricultural center proprietor applauded the governor George Natembeya’s administrationd efforts in ensuring that the plight of farmers in the county are addressed.
She added that as one of the stakeholders in the agriculture sector,She ready to partner with the county on farmers empowerment on the biology fertilizer and soil fertility conservation.
“Am calling on both the County and the national government to invest more on agricultural research for this will enable farmers understand the different ecological factors and soils for the right crops and seeds to plant”Said polly Noice.