Dudutech awarded funding for beans research from Agri-Tech Catalyst Fund Round 5

Project title: Improving consistency of yields and quality of large-scale and smallholder bean production in Kenya by precision management of soil, water and pathogens The fresh vegetable industry forms a vital part of Kenya’s economy. Kenyan growers export around 60,000 tonnes of fine and runner beans each year, worth £385M at retail sales value, with […]

Read more | 10.04.17

2017 Thrips seminar by Dudutech & Dow Agrosciences

This is a fantastic opportunity for growers to gain excellent insight and knowledge on Thrips management. With main speaker, Arturo Goldarazena, sharing his knowledge from working with mites and insects since the 90’s. For more information about the event – follow the event on our Facebook page Or contact John Ogechah: Mobile:  +254 (0) 722509746 […]

Read more | 17.03.17

Dudutech and Dow Agrosciences launch thrips training seminar!

Dudutech and Dow Agrosciences are pleased to invite all growers for a one-day conference titled “New perspectives in Thrips Management” to be held as follows; March 30th ,2017 –Enashipai Resort-Naivasha March 31st ,2017 –Kongoni Camp-Nanyuki The main speaker will be Arturo Golderazana ,a Thrips specialist from the Earth and Life Institute- Université Catholique de Louvain(Belgium). […]

Read more | 01.03.17

Incredible maize growth with Tricotech® WP

Great to the see #impact that #tricotech has on #maize – TRICHOTECH ® WP contains spores of Trichoderma asperellum an antagonistic fungus that is used globally for control of soil borne fungal diseases including Fusarium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., Sclerotinia spp., and Pythium spp. In addition, this strain is known to have the ability to increase […]

Read more | 01.03.17

Dudutech hosts guests from JICA and JKUAT

Great day with our visitors at Dudutech Kenya. Professors from Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine and Okayama University through JICA Kenya (Japan International Co-operation Agency). Thank you JKUAT (Jomo Kenyatta University) for your support.

Read more | 13.11.16

Presenting Dudutech Europe at IFTF Vijfhuizen Trade Show

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Read more | 12.11.16

Protecting Chrysanthemum Flowers from Red Spider Mites at Hampie Flower, NL

The Dudutech team visits Hampie Flower in the Netherlands who are growing beautiful Chrysanthemum flowers. They have now become loyal Dudutech customers using our product Phytotech to protect the flowers from Red Spider Mites.  

Read more | 01.11.16

Amblytech C Success with Zantedeschia farm, Call de Roon, NL

The Dudutech Team in the Netherlands visits our loyal customer, Machiel de Roon at the Call de Roon farm. Machiel is growing healthy Zantedeschia flowers and using Dudutech‘s Amblytech C to protect the crop from Thrips and Broad Mites. We interviewed Machiel about his farming techniques and his experience with Dudutech so far. He expresses […]

Read more | 01.11.16

Dudutech at IFTF, Vijfhuizen

We are excited to be exhibiting at the 2016 IFTF Trade Show in Vijfhuizen, Holland. We invite you to visit our stand C4.20 to meet our team and discuss how we can help you with Integrated Pest Management. Follow us on our social media platforms on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th of November for live […]

Read more | 28.10.16

Dudutech featured in the Farmers Review Africa

We are excited to share with you that Dudutech was featured in the September/October issue of the Farmers Review Africa. Read about all the work Dudutech has been doing in the Agricultural Innovation sector in Africa. Featured on the cover of this issue is our Managing Director, Thomas Mason.      

Read more | 27.10.16

A fascinating Cryptotech story

One of Dudutech’s oldest clients, RedLands Roses, shared some very exciting news with us. Our Technical Sales Operator, Hannah Kibiru, applied Dudutech’s product, Cryptotech, three times in a section of one of their greenhouses one month ago. Cryptotech (Cryptolaemus montrouzieri) is the most active Mealy Bug predator. Both the larval and adult stages of this […]

Read more | 17.10.16

Dudutech’s BioPesticide Launch for the Smallscale Farmer

On the 26th of August, Dudutech partnered with Kenya Markets Trust and KALRO (Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization) to create National awareness on the importance of using BioPesticides and share learnings on the pilot projects ran by Dudutech in Kirinyaga and Meru Counties.

Read more | 14.10.16

Enhancing BioPesticide use with smallholder Farmers in Kenya

We are proud to share this project with the support of Kenya Markets Trust, Gatsby Africa, and the Department for International Development – UK

Read more | 14.10.16

Agrichemicals and ever more intensive farming will not feed the world

The Guardian Article by:Felicity Lawrence To view the rest of this article click here The latest frontier is Africa, where there is a new scramble to spread the agroindustrial model of farming. It may well be in Africa, however, that a different, more ecological vision of the food future emerges. I had a glimmer of […]

Read more | 10.10.16

October Open House Training Calendar

Dudutech is offering a variety of courses this October from the 10th- 14th of October. Each day we are providing a different course for you to choose from. For any price inquiries please contact dudutechtrainers@dudutech.com and confirm your booking

Read more | 10.10.16

A Dudutech Potato Story– Trichotech Drench

Meet David, a loyal Dudutech supporter who enjoys helping his father with farming work in Zimbabwe. David and his father were offloading a shipment from farmer, Gareth Palmer, when they came across this 1.88kg potato! Gareth’s biggest potato weighed 2.08kgs! Gareth has been using Dudutech’s #Trichotech product for his potato crop in conjunction with his […]

Read more | 07.10.16

Dudutech’s IFBA Certified Professionals – Eric Langat

Dudutech is proud to announce that our Production Coordinator, Eric Langat, is now an IFBA Certified Professional. Congratulations to Eric for his excellent scores on the Biorisk Management Certification Exam. Save

Read more | 07.10.16

Dudutech’s IFBA Certified Professionals – Vitalis Wekesa (PhD)

Dudutech is proud to announce that our Biorationals Business Manager, Vitalis Wekesa (Ph D), is now an IFBA Certified Professional. Join us in congratulating Vitalis on his Biorisk Management Certification Exam.

Read more | 07.10.16

How nematodes ‘customise’ the crops they eat

Invisible to the naked eye, nematodes that parasitize plants are a huge threat to agriculture, causing billions of dollars in crop losses every year. New research shows that these tiny worms use a specialized hormone to help them feed from the plant—a finding that could one day lead to crop plants with enhanced resistance to these […]

Read more | 26.03.16

Advantages of using biopesticides compared to chemical pesticides

Have you ever wondered why biological pesticides are preferred to their chemical counterparts when it comes to the best pesticide products to use in farming? Could it be due to their intelligent sounding name? No, even though, yes that name sure sounds cute. It is because of the following factors: How they affect non target […]

Read more | 03.03.16

Dudutech MD to Speak at the GFIA Summit 2016

The GFIA Summit (Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture), will be held in Abu Dhabi between the 16th – 17th of February, 2016. This is one of the most important global events in the agricultural industry’s calendar, where stakeholders meet to discuss and unveil the latest innovations in the industry. What’s even more exciting is […]

Read more | 11.02.16

Agricultural policies in Africa could be harming the poorest

Agricultural policies aimed at alleviating poverty in Africa could be making things worse, according to research by the University of East Anglia (UEA). Published this month in the journal World Development, the study finds that so-called ‘green revolution’ policies in Rwanda – claimed by the government, international donors and organisations such as the International Monetary […]

Read more | 09.02.16

Organic Control of Aphids

There’s a similarity that’s found in aphids, scale, mealybug and whiteflies. It is that they are are all sap-suckers. What’s more? They all release a sweet, sticky liquid that oozes from them as they suck juice from the plants. When this solution lands on the plant, sooty mould takes hold. This ashen-looking fungus does not […]

Read more | 03.02.16

Africa’s Agricultural Transformation Opportunity

The Case for Change There are, essentially, two truths today about African agriculture: significant progress has been made, and there is potential for much more. Several figures point out the progress. Agricultural production has increased 160 percent over the past 30 years, far above the global average of 100 percent, although lagging South America (174 […]

Read more | 27.01.16

Research: Weed blasting offers new control method for organic farmers

Weeds are a major scourge for organic growers, who often must invest in multiple control methods to protect crop yields. A relatively new weed control method known as abrasive weeding, or “weed blasting,” could give organic growers another tool. The method, recently field-tested at the University of Illinois, is surprisingly effective. In conjunction with plastic […]

Read more | 22.01.16

How to find a market for your farm products

You have spent a whole season tending to your crops, all the while dreaming of how much you will earn when your produce reaches the market. Along the way you even found them healthy enough and #instaworthy. Now they are ready for harvesting but, to where? All of a sudden the fantasy evaporates and in […]

Read more | 15.01.16

Closer look reveals nematode nervous systems differ

Nematodes, an abundant group of roundworms that exist in nearly every habitat, have long been used as model organisms for studying the function of neurons – the basic unit of animal nervous systems. For years, it was assumed that neuron anatomy was remarkably similar across this large and diverse group. A recent study by University […]

Read more | 15.01.16

Video: The Dudutech team discusses new farm methods on prime time television

Read more | 12.01.16

Dudutech - Pest - Aphids

Aphids balance their diets by rebuilding plant amino acids

Aphids suck up an almost endless supply of sugary sap from their plant hosts. They can survive on this junk food diet because bacterial partners help them convert the handful of amino acids in the sap into other, essential amino acids–not by recycling them, but by breaking them down and rebuilding from scratch, a new […]

Read more | 09.01.16

French Beans

Role of IPM in reduction of pesticide residues in export beans

French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is the most important horticultural crop in Kenya and accounts for over 60% of all exported vegetables

Read more | 01.06.14

Dudutech - Pest - Mealy bugs

Biological pesticides are key to improving sustainability

Finlays Horticulture, a supplier to M&S, are moving away from using synthetic pesticides, in response to increasing concerns over the effect they are having on the environment

Read more | 25.05.14

Dudutech - Pest - Aphids

The impetus of ‘hot spot treatment’ approach to bio-control in ornamentals

IPM practitioners must continuously innovate and adopt specific techniques to judiciously manage pests in a sustainable way

Read more | 19.05.14

Finlays Kingfisher Farm general manager Craig Anthony Oulton

Finlays Kingfisher Farm

Sustainability. Recycling. This according to Finlays Kingfisher Farm general manager Craig Anthony Oulton is the mantra that drives the giant flower producer’s operations worldwide

Read more | 08.04.14