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Passion Fruit Project in Kanungu—Update May 2, 2018

Posted: Thu, May 03, 2018 | By: Kanungu (Uganda)



by Robert Magara

We now do spray to control pests and disease control, phytophthora blight and brown spots as they are common diseases of passion fruits and tomatoes, copper based fungicide sprays during this rainy season because field hygiene is very important.

Kanungu Humanist School is engaged in commercial production and marketing of the passion fruits, tomatoes, soybean and tilapia fish pond.

We do this to have a sustainable school to be able to raise tuition for the orphans and other vulnerable children, build a classroom block, buy food for lunch for the children, or pay teacher salary or buy books to upgrade our freethinker library at our school.



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