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- He started with growing vegetables on a six-acre farm at his parent's home, ploughing into the business some small capital. - He now farms on three acres that he has leased at Sh25,000 for three months to grow mainly tomatoes, which are at various stages of growth. - From an acre, he gets over 400 30kg crates in a good season, with the harvest rising as the crop ages. He sells his produce to traders in Moiben and Eldoret and sometimes to those from Nairobi and Uganda. - The good returns aside, he has to grapple with blight, Tuta absoluta and white flies, pests that are devastating if not eliminated. Advertisement By STANLEY KIMUGE. Kipsoni village in Uasin Gishu County is no different fr... Full story

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