Infrared spectroscopy helps Kenyan farmers

July 3, 2006

Infrared spectrometers have been installed in a Kenyan national laboratory to save Kenyan farmers time and money to. Under new European good agricultural practice and environmental standards, fruit and vegetable exporters are required to carry out frequent soil analysis to determine whether their farming activities are degrading or helping in conserving the soil.

The Standard reports infrared spectrometers have been installed in a Kenyan national laboratory to save Kenyan farmers time and money to. Under new European good agricultural practice and environmental standards, fruit and vegetable exporters are required to carry out frequent soil analysis to determine whether their farming activities are degrading or helping in conserving the soil.

The instrument has enabled these exports to meet these standards in a timely and cost-effective manner.To read the complete article, click here.