The arable and semi arable lands of central and eastern Kenya have been under exploited economically for agricultural production. Unpredictable weather patterns have been a key factor limiting the productivity from limitations in planning for production. In a bit to curb the fluctuations in humidity and other key variables, there has been a gradually adoption of green houses not only by horticultural farms in Naivasha but also small scale farmers around the country.
A new class of entrepreneurs is emerging in the different regions especially central and eastern Kenya .The new age farmer is buying land and planting high-yield . . .