Kyinkuhaire picks her money from mangoes

Annet Kyinkuhaire displays mango fruits at her farm in Mooya village, Kitura Sub-county. Photo by Rachel Mabala

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Annet Kyinkuhaire bought 550 mango seedlings at Shs4,000 each. She bought Tommy Red mango variety. She preferred this variety because of its long shelf life, writes Fred Muzaale.

On the gentle hill in Mooya Village, Kitura Sub-county in Kiruhura District is an expansive mango plantation.
On the farm, a middle-aged woman harvests ripe mangoes, and puts them in a basket. The big mangoes weigh about one kilogramme each.
The two and a half acre mango farm belongs to Annet Kyinkuhaire, who is a commercial fruit farmer. She also grows oranges.


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