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Here at Greenlife Crop Protection Africa, we offer farmers of Africa support to grow their know-how, market, and capital bases.

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Our Primary Focus

Our focus is on the supply of a wide range of quality and affordable crop protection, crop nutrition, pest control products, and general agricultural consultancy.

We are strategically positioned and adequately endowed to serve all the agricultural domains across the country giving each farmer a specialized advisory consultancy and tailor-made crop protection products to meet their specific needs.

  • Our Vision

    To be the model and reference company for quality agrochemicals, seeds, farm equipment, public health and crop nutrition products in Africa.

  • Our Mission

    To ensure every farmer has knowledge that adds value and contributes not only to food security but impacts significantly on their economic power

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The A-Z of Pawpaw Farming

Pawpaw (Carica papaya) is a perennial fruit tree widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical climates for its nutritive and medicinal values.

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Stalk Borer

Stalk borer (Busseola fusca) is the most important insect pest to most cereal crops e.g., maize in Africa, especially in Kenya. It belongs to the Noctuidae family of moths, which includes the cutworms and armyworms. As the name indicates, the larva of the stalk borer bores into the stalk/stem of the host plant and feeds within the plant.

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Cowpea Production

Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) is an annual leguminous crop which is grown for its seeds and leaves. The crop residues can used as livestock fodder. This is the easiest crop in the bean family to grow and are quite drought tolerant.

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Thrips on Roses

Many thrips species are pests of commercially important crops. Some species of thrips are beneficial as pollinators or as predators of other insects or mites. In the right conditions, such as in greenhouses, many species can exponentially increase in population size and form large swarms because of a lack of natural predators coupled with their ability to reproduce asexually, making them an irritation to humans.

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Thrips on Chives

Thrips cause silver spots on the leaves that make the produce unfit for marketing. When present in large numbers they cause plants to become stunted and may also transmit virus diseases. They can be a major problem in greenhouses.