Archive for June, 2008
Patola or luffa (scientific name) is commonly planted as vegetable or for food. According to scientists, it contains calcium, iron and plenty of phosphorus.
There are many reasons why it is profitable to keep bees: Honeybees make honey Honey can be used in baking, cooking, to sweeten coffee or as a spread on bread. Mead (an alcoholic drink) and honey beer are made from honey. Honey is used in some medicines such as cough mixtures. Wax from the honeycombs [...]
Why Rabbits? Farming with rabbits is becoming increasingly popular because they can be kept in a relatively small space it is not expensive to keep them they eat almost anything they produce high-quality protein they can be sold to make money.
Farrowing to Weaning The most critical period in the life cycle of a pig is from birth to weaning. On average about two pigs per litter are lost during this period. Poor management is the major contributing factor, although the actual cause may be crushing, bleeding from the navel, anaemia, starvation or disease.
The crop requires areas where the climate is warm, humid and free from extreme temperatures (25 °C being optimal). These areas have a great potential for pineapple production.
Motsoko (Tswana) Tobacco is a high-value cash crop which is planted throughout the country. It grows on a wide variety of soils under dry land conditions or irrigation.
Pecan-nut trees are fast growers and can become very tall. The nut has a high nutritional value because it is rich in protein, vitamins, carbohydrates and nut oil. Nut size and kernel development