From the Editor
To our Valued Readers,
Excitement and enthusiasm for field days has seen masses of farmers and agricultural companies prepare for the ADMA show. It had been particularly sad that because of the Covid-19 pandemic, most agricultural shows in the year 2020 and 2021 had to be shelved. The slow changes back to normalcy ‘after the pandemic’ is very welcome – Agricultural Field days and Shows are once again becoming the buzz of the day.
Over the past few months, it has been a great pleasure for the ZiMunda team to attend field days such as those held by ART farm, Charter Seeds and the commercial dairy field day at Mafuro Farming in Marondera. Field days give farmers an opportunity to learn from experts (key speakers and industry leaders); meet and interact with other fellow farmers; learn new technologies and practices; and make new connections. Agricultural companies are able to promote themselves by bringing their products and services face-to-face with the farmers.
The ZiMunda Farming team hopes that you go away from the ADMA 2022 Show full of new knowledge and looking forward to revamping your farming practices.
Yours in farming,