Peki Hub is pleased to announce the launch for our Moringa Farming for Export training program.
This forms part of our #WeFarm4Export program.
Moringa is a fast growing, drought-resistant tree crop with high demand across the globe. It is regarded as a superfood since it contains most of the nutrients required by humans. The market for moringa is projected to grow from USD 7.79 billion in 2021 to USD 14.80 billion in 2028.
Estimated time to complete: 72 hours
Certificate: Upon successful completion
Course Duration: Always available, Learn at your own pace
Export Contract: Guaranteed upon meet requirements
Taught By: Peki Hub
NB: Applicants who successfully complete this training process will be given e-certificates, and will be helped to set up their own farms during our business incubation and acceleration stage.
To join, click here
To apply for scholarship, click here
Ability to read and write in English Strong desire to be an export oriented farmer
What You Will Learn
Economic Opportunities in Moringa
Global Demand, Supply & Profitability of Moringa
Brief Summary on Moringa Farming
Time to Harvest Health Benefits Botanical Name Types & Suitable Varieties Climatic Requirements
Source of Planting Material Land Preparation
Care of Moringa plants
Nutritional requirements of moringa Organic fertilizer application for moringa Weed Control for moringa
Mulching Irrigation - Network of Wells, Swales and Pools
Pest and Disease Control
Name of Pest or Disease Identification of Pest or Disease Nature of Spread of Pest or Disease Control and Prevention of Pest or Disease Beneficial Living Organisms/Insects for Moringa
Harvesting & Storage of Moringa
How to harvest moringa Expected Yield How to store moringa Packaging moringa products
Even More Opportunities within the Moringa Value Chain
Seed production Organic fertilizer production Beneficial insects breeding Raw foods processing Producing packaging items/ideas Food product ideas from the crop or livestock
Farm Risk Management
Financials I: Costs and Revenue
Cost Reduction Strategies Integrated Farm Approach Nearness to Raw Materials Shared risks & security Shared Branding, Marketing & Sales Our network of sales agents and storefronts Farm Internship strategy Materials Labour Expected Revenue Simulation Farm tourism Farm-based ecological homes
Financials II: Our Investment Offer & Job Opportunities
Working with shareholders, partner stores, wholesalers, retailers and sales agents