A farmer teaches scouting skills
Cotton farmer Edison Nang'ongwe describes the method he uses to scout his crop for pests. He explains why regular scouting is so important, in order not to waste money on unnecessary spraying. But he also advises farmers to have pesticide ready, so that if a pest problem is found, they don't panic but can deal with it promptly.
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