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Agriculture businesses in Zambia

Agriculture is the cultivation of animals, plants, fungi, and other life forms for food, fibre, and biofuel, medicinal and other products used to sustain and enhance human life. Support for the agricultural sector in Zambia involves helping farmers to develop their skills, access credit facilities and buy the necessary equipment and inputs. Organizations that provide free agricultural advice about planting crops, using fertilizer and preparing land working to turn subsistence farmers into surplus sellers can be found here. Increasing the use of higher-yielding seed and making credit more widely available for the nation’s smallholder farmers.
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Vine Management Services
Small-scale farmers and co-operatives
Lusaka
Vine Management Services has developed an empowerment concept that seeks to work with co-operatives and small-scale farmers in Lusaka and Chongwe areas, with the idea soon to be extended to other parts of the country. The company has been mobilising financial resources to develop projects aimed at accelerating research and fact-finding.
Agriculture is one of the main sources of income in Zambia with about 70% of the Zambian population dependent on farming. The CRS works to empower rural communities to engage in market equability, profitability and sustainability so that rural families can earn a basic income.

Agriculture

Agriculture is the cultivation of animals, plants, fungi, and other life forms for food, fibre, and biofuel, medicinal and other products used to sustain and enhance human life. Support for the agricultural sector in Zambia involves helping farmers to develop their skills, access credit facilities and buy the necessary equipment and inputs. Organizations that provide free agricultural advice about planting crops, using fertilizer and preparing land working to turn subsistence farmers into surplus sellers can be found here. Increasing the use of higher-yielding seed and making credit more widely available for the nation’s smallholder farmers.