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Zim droughtbusters develop seeds that need 60% less water

There have been a series of poor harvests of maize, the country’s traditional staple crop. Under the scorching Zimbabwean sun, cattle seek shade among stunted thorn bushes in the drought-prone district of Zaka, where crops wither due to increasing temperatures and changing weather patterns. Read More

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Design considerations for utility solar farms in Zimbabwe

The picture shows a simplified utility solar farm that consists of a single grid-tied solar PV (photovoltaic) inverter connected to a transformer that is connected to the national electric grid. Each solar inverter is connected to thousands of solar PV panels. Read More

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Drought-hit Zimbabwe farmers look to science to save crops

Zaka - Under the scorching Zimbabwean sun, cattle seek shade among stunted thorn bushes in the drought-prone district of Zaka, where crops wither due toincreasing temperatures and changing weather patterns. Read More

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Zimbabwe Farmers Counter Impact of Climate Change on Food With Science

FILE - In this July 11, 2012 file photo, a farmer holds a piece of his drought- and heat-stricken corn while chopping it down for feed in Nashville, Ill. Scientists have connected man-made climate change to extreme weather, including deadly heat waves, droughts and flood-inducing downpours. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File) Read More

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Zimbabwe: Drought-hit farmers improve agriculture through science

A Zimbabwean researcher at the International Center for Maize and Wheat Improvement,
Cosmos Magorokosho, is working on a new hybrid corn, able to withstand drought. Read More

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Zimbabwe: Boost for Bulawayo Water Supply

BULAWAYO water supplies will improve in five months when the Zimbabwe National Water Authority concludes the Epping Forest Project. The project will see water supplies to the city increasing by an additional 10 mega litres daily. Read More