The maize garden as seen from the propinquity
The happiest moments of parents include seeing their child grow. They do whatever it takes to bring out a well-shaped person. They suffer all the pains and cost in favor of their lovely child. However, times come when the pup is now a mature responsible human being who now begins to carry on the same tasks that were once done for him. He begins catering for the needs of the parents. The same story might be same between plants and man.
Don Bosco CALM embraced the rainy season and begun planting maize. It took them time and other costs to spray and weed the maize so that the plant brings out good yields. As each new day passed on, the maize was seen growing.
And now the planted maize was seen at its mature stage. Within certain propinquity, one could now see a collection of planted maize quivering to the wind blow from west to east. You reap what you sow. Don Bosco CALM has already started reaping with great hopes of even adding value to this maize by turning it into maize flour. Just as a child caters for the parents who once catered for him, the wheat flour also will also cater for the place that once catered for it.
The produced flour will save the place food costs that would have been incurred in failure to take part in maize production. Uganda being an agricultural country, the place traces much emphasis on farming and therefore calls upon Ugandan to take part in farming so as to kick out the recent hunger outbreaks around the country.
Drying maize yet to be harvested for further value addition