Patrick Besigye Keihwa, the Kabale district Chairperson called on agricultural officers to sensitise farmers on the best farming methods.
Apple farmers in Kabale district have a reason to smile after receiving 58,324 seedlings from the National Agriculture Advisory Secretariat (NAADS).
Lt. Col. Charles Tebaruraho, the Operation Wealth Creation Co-ordinator for Kabale district, said that if farmers embrace apple farming it will boost their income.
"A well-developed apple tree yields around 300 apples. An apple costs between sh700 and sh1000. If our farmers...