Namibia: Blueberry Harvest in Full Swing

Mashare — Mashare irrigation project, which is being run by a local company, Konigstein Capital, on Friday started harvesting blueberries at the N$90 million plantation in the Kavango East region.

According to one of the project directors, Albert Basson, the harvest is expected to last for the next three months and they predict to coolect about 160 to 180 tonnes, while over 100 pickers would be hired. “The main focus is to export the produce but there will be an amount for the local market. The…

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