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Posted By in Horticulture Uganda Page
Posted 20 October 2017 at 12:43

Hi people in horticulture. My passion fruits keep dropping when they are not ripe as in are still young and raw. what could be the problem?



Anne Marie Kortleve Hi Phionah, maybe our friends from BAJJA FRUIT FARM can help you with this. Or maybe Albert KUNIHIRA? They are members of this platform who are active in passion fruit farming. Good luck!

1 year 2 months ago

PHIONAH KYOMUHENDO Hi Anne. Thanks.  Will get in touch with them.

1 year 2 months ago

Raymond Tumuhairwe Hello Phio, hope you got the support. For passion fruit marketing call me 0701379850

10 months 1 week ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 11 September 2017 at 11:08

A Seven Days’ Experience in the Ugandan Youth Agribusiness Caravan 2017

With anticipation and a mind full of concern of what lay ahead of me, I boarded the bus to join the long awaited Agribusiness Caravan that was to commence from Kampala according to the road map. By the way, they call me Kyomuhendo Phionah, an Entrepreneur in Piggery and Juicy Passion fruit, located in Mbarara district, S.W.Uganda.

The first two days of the caravan were impressive, with motivational speakers and seasoned entrepreneurs who inspired me and provided a learning platform for experience with the likes of Okello L., Richard M., Minister Christopher K., to mention but a few.

I was impressed with what I could do differently as a youth starting with having a “positive mindset”. It seems everything revolved on my mindset. As the Ugandan state minister for agriculture said, “Agriculture is said to be historically a punishment but this is a myth that had to change”. My mind started rolling back; looking at t

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Mugisha Richard Excellent! Phionah, this is a very good story. I am sure my fellow readers can prove that; the caravan is the most effective way to facilitate learning. Let’s promote it and make our business stories unforgettable.  Given the shared lessons, I clearly see a lot of potential in Phionah becoming one of the great entrepreneurs in the region. But Phionah, remember potential is potential only when it is exploited. I would therefore; like to encourage you and all honorable youth agripreneurs to pursue your business goals with focus and commitment, and then you will possess them.

1 year 4 months ago

Taremwa Joseph Phionah, this is great. I am exceedingly happy that as part of the organizers, our efforts were not put to waste!!

1 year 4 months ago

Ronald Miggadde Great inspiration story Phionah, Keep the fire burning.

1 year 4 months ago

Francis Lulahali Hello Phionah, am so pleased for such a wonderful and encouraging story really that is a very good indicator that we didn't waste time in the caravan and it is the best way to learn than sitting in the hotels. God bless you #Frahari International Limited 

1 year 4 months ago

Dorina Prech This is a beautiful story Phionah! Thank you for sharing your experiences of how the caravan went, and sure enough there's a lot that we can learn from with as regards to youth engagement in agribusiness. 

1 year 4 months ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 2 June 2017 at 08:57

Hi. Am Phionah in Mbarara. Am looking for market for my camborough pigglets. Am available at 0782 606874 also on watsup same number. Thank you

Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 16 September 2016 at 11:13

Hullo. Its good to be on this AgriPro Focus

Marion Alyek Dear Phionah, Welcome to AgriProFocus Uganda

2 years 4 months ago