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Jessy Mpupulwa, above, symbolizes the whole country, growing bigger crops that he still must harvest by hand.

Farming in landlocked Africa

Zambia is an optimistic but also a heartbreaking study in what might be — but isn’t — achievable in African agriculture

Reading Time: 10 minutes The long driveway into Lilayi Farm, just south of Lusaka, Zambia, is lined with large shade trees. Cattle graze in knee-deep grass, and halfway along the lane I find the building I have been told to look for. It is the new polo clubhouse, where an international polo tournament will be hosted this weekend. Alan […] Read more