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 AGRICULTURE NOTES FOR FORM FOUR - KENYA

 

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These notes follow the Kenya Syllabus. The notes have been prepared by qualified professional teachers.


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IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE - PART 2


1.   Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are essential sources of fiber, proteins, and carbohydrates in human diets. Vitamins, such as A, C, and E, and minerals, such as magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus, are naturally occurring in many fruits and vegetables. In addition to health benefits, fruits and vegetables add flavours to the human palette.

 

2.   Contribution to National revenue

Mostly developing counties depends on agriculture for their source of national income. While for developed countries it contributes as smallest ration to their national income.

 

3.   Helps balance the ecosystem

Agriculture also helps in balancing the ecosystem. It can help to regulate the ecosystem because it provides food and shelter for animals, regulates water resources, and restores degraded areas.

 

4.   It provides employment

The agricultural industry is considered to be one of the biggest sources of employment. Whether it’s working as a farmer, harvester, technician for farm equipment, scientist, or any other form of employment , agriculture provides employment opportunities to a huge number of people reducing the percentage of unemployment and poverty.

 

5.   Animal Feed

Some fruits and vegetables are grown to provide feed for animals, from poultry to livestock. The American Industry Feed Association reports that about 900 animal feed ingredients are approved by law in the U.S. These include ingredients that come from agricultural production, including hay, straw, oils, sprouted grains, and legumes.




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