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Byline: Moses Byaruhanga
Last week in my series on the strategic way forward for Uganda, I wrote that if Uganda was to take advantage of its agricultural potential and produce for the region and overseas, we have to mechanise agriculture, promote fertilizer use and irrigation.
We can't afford to continue relying on rains and soils without using fertilizers if we are to improve both quality and quantity from our gardens. In my earlier article, I pointed out what government was doing through National Agricultural Advisory Services (Naads) to stimulate agriculture.
The government through Naads is still looking at small scale farmers albeit in different …