• Rains hamper winter maize harvesting

    by Geraldine Katunga
  • George Maponga in Masvingo Harvesting of winter maize grown by Government and sugar producer Tongaat Hulett Zimbabwe in the Lowveld has started but progressing at a snail’s pace owing to incessant rains. Heavy rains that have been pounding most parts of Masvingo has made it almost impossible to use combine harvesters to mop the grain. Harvesting is being done manually at Triangle, Hippo Valley, Mwenezana Estates and Chilonga irrigation schemes where a combined 3 659 hectares was put under the

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