Meet The 36-year old urban farmer Wangari Kuria, who is passionate about organic farming and healthy eating.
Meet The 36-year old urban farmer Wangari Kuria, who is passionate about organic farming and healthy eating and runs her own YouTube channel Wangary farmer on fire with tips and training in farming and agribusiness. Besides sharing online knowledge, she is also farming in Kitengela, Nairobi in Kenya. Her tip on how African families can cope with food supply during Covid19 pandemic and get independent by urban farming- “ Just start with the basics - tomatoes, onions - and then go up. Learn on the job, consult and research, whether it’s on YouTube or from experts or those who have been farming for some time. Make up your mind which crop you want to narrow down to, of course depending on the resources you have.”
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