Principal Crops Average Prices to Producers, 2006–2012
Have you ever thought of becoming a farmer? If so, what would you grow on your farm?
Below is an analysis of the crops that are grown in Kenya and a breakdown of how much the producers g0t in Kenyan shillings per 100kg between 2006 and 2012.
The most interesting numbers as you can see are clearly from growing pyrethrum which has a very high return per 100kg.
Refer to this past post of flower farming in Nakuru County. Clearly, the money still lies in the flowers although their production has significantly reduced.