Ethiopian Horticulture Producer Exporters Association (EHPEA) staff, management and partners planted fruit seedlings under the tree-planting campaign which is part of the National Green Legacy Initiative.
Ethiopia now has 72 active flower farms and the second largest flower producer and exporter next to Kenya.The country is noted for high-quality flowers. In addition to the Rose farms, six farms are engaged in the production of cuttings, and seventeen farms produce other flower varieties including Carnations, Hypericum, Veronica, Alstromeria, Gypsophila and a range of different types of flowers.....
Although Ethiopia has a long tradition of producing fruit; e.g. banana, pineapple and mango, for home consumption and export to neighboring countries, it is only recently that investment ...
At present, there are 31 vegetable exporting farms throughout the country. These farms produce a wide variety of vegetable including green beans, snow peas, tomato, paprika,...
Ethiopia’s climate is very suitable for the production of herbs and there are many investors that are keen to exploit the potential. Currently, there are four herb producing farms in Ethiopia.
ET-Highland Flora PLC undertaking
massive action on liquid waste treatment
ET-Highland Flora PLC said undertaking liquid waste water management properly is instrumental in reusing water and curbing environmental pollution. The company has been investing hugely in liquid and solid waste water management.
Ethio Agri-ceft/Agri Flower Holeta is one of the pioneers of horticulture investments in the country. It is well-known for its diverse rose varieties and a good track record of engaging in local communities developmental activities. ...