Shorter 2017/’18 rainy season for Rwandan farmers

The Rwanda Meteorology Agency (RMA) has advised farmers to start planting their crops now amid indications that the 2017/’18 rainy season will be much shorter than usual. The RMA says the next 3 months will be characterised by lower than normal rains in the Eastern, Western and Southern provinces of…

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Rwandan tea exports surge in 2017

Rwandan tea exports surged in both volume and revenue last year on the back of favourable weather conditions and the higher global commodity prices. In a new analysis of the tea sector in 2017, the National Agricultural Export Promotion Board (NAEB) said the country earned US$84.3 million from tea exports…

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