Zimbabwe: ‘We Can Avert Hunger By Boosting Irrigation’

all Africa (June 18, 2015) Zimbabwe is set to fork out nearly $300 million in grain imports following a poor agricultural season that was characterised by low rains. Agricultural expert Amon Mwashaireni, a crop scientist and the managing director of ARDA Seeds (Private) Limited, a subsidiary company of the Agricultural and Rural Development Authority, discusses with The Herald’s Tichaona Zindoga what the country needs to do to avert future disasters and other issues in the agriculture sector.