Zim Maize Forecast Down

From empty sky Fri Jan 18 2013, 13:00:00

The Commercial Farmers Union in Zimbabwe is forecast maize production down tens of thousands of tons this season. If they're right, Zimbabwe will face a second year of food shortages, after a drought caused serious hardship for farmers and poor households this season. The Commercial Farmers Union claims the drop in production is because farmers lack access to finance. The shortfall will be

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