It’s official! Tech4Agri are media partners for the Thought for Food Sumit! We are proud to have earned this opportunity to provide our social reporting service alongside some of the biggest names in food tech news. Given our partnership we
A traditional Sunday lunch in most Caribbean households would consist of rice or a pie of some sort, be it macaroni pie or green fig pie, complemented by stewed beans or peas, green leafy vegetables or delicious callaloo, as well
You’ve got a thriving backyard garden. There’s a demand for your produce. You have the best seasoning in the village. The logical next step: How can this earn me money! Agrosuede gives his insight as a young entrepreneur. Getting into
This week we continue our feature of Agrosuede BackYard Gardening!! For those who believe that provisions (roots and tubers) must directly be placed in the ground, think again. Mitchel explains how to grow potato, a staple we just happen to
Now that our Agripreneurs series is at an end. We move straight into our next series that features the work of Tech4Agri Team member Mitchel. As you already know he created and continues to run the Youtube Channel, Agrosuede Backyard Gardening.
Be beautiful from the inside out says Vanessa hailing from Suriname as she explains her edible and non edible, all natural, skin and hair care products! This video was made possible through the support of the Technical Centre for Agricultural
Lucian and proud! Maria proves yet again the power of women in agri via her collaborative business model making her cocoa products stand out as she partners with other businesses. This video was made possible through the support of the Technical
Tech4agri Team Member, Christopher paid a visit to an ordinary citizen in Sandre Grande, Mr. Marli Browne. Marli, who does not have a background in agriculture explained how he got into the field. Having been initially exposed to hydroponic production
Tech4Agri has been around for some time (finally back to blogging in 2017!) And it has occurred to us that we do not see enough Caribbean youth in the international agricultural sphere, which is full of many opportunities for development.
You’ve always had that great idea but never really took steps to make it a reality…and then you see someone do exactly what you wanted. Immediately you are frustrated but also amazed that someone else would not only came up