Sunday, 02 October 2022

In Agriculture

Sanctions, or talk of sanctions, toward Russia create opportunities for the African Agricultural Economy, especially fertilizer production amongst other things. Throwing threats and executing them are two different things, and what lies between must be an impact assessment on the Global Economy, instead of just thinking of immediate harm to the Russian economy. A post Russian sanctions simulation is necessary to bring perspective.

A study by Sebastian Scott for FAO. Since its establishment in 2008, Old Orchard Organic Farm has grown every year in diversity and size. The farm is run by two people, including building, irrigation installation, crop production and marketing.

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