Climate-hit Zimbabwe farmers opt for traditional crop varieties
Author: Busani Bafana
BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – There is always something to eat in Esinah Moyo's one hectare plot.
In between rows of maize are indigenous beans which make a yummy soup. Groundnuts are intercropped with sorghum, ready to harvest for a meal.
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