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“Canola is like a chisel plough, it helps break the hard pan and allows water to infiltrate deep in the soil. Further I have noted that the weeds are less in the crop after canola. I have seen improvement of barley and wheat yield in fields where I have grown canola. Rotation with canola is the way to go for every barley/wheat farmer."

David Kilesi

Farmer, Nakuru

"I'm a barley farmer in Kuresoi, Molo, Nakuru County. Since 2015, I've been growing canola, and it's been fantastic. It not only has a ready market but also effectively manages grass weeds like brome and rye grass. The soil quality improves with more humus, and I've noticed a remarkable increase in barley yield in fields where canola was harvested."

John Paul

Farmer, Molo

“We have 25% more moisture retained in the top metre of soil, which means when there's drought, I have that head start to see me through. The roots are going deeper, and the soil is much healthier. Once the crops are in, they are much more resilient to weeds, insects, diseases, low rainfall. They just keep going"

Bryn Llewelyn

Farmer, Timau

“Sustainable farming methods have the potential to increase yields considerably, mitigate the effects of climate change and provide economic and social benefits to farmers, their families, and the surrounding communities. Participating local farmers will benefit from and contribute to economic development and sustainable farming practices in Kenya.”

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Unilever E.A.

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