The small farmerJack bean project in Uganda and Kenya is going well despite the extreme weather and lack of proper funding.
But as many main crops have been devastated hundreds of small farmers are now forced to eat the bean plant leaves and pods.
Flooding is happening nearly everywhere but, it is claimed by some, much less in fields now growing Jack Beans.
While it is obvious that rain penetration will increase where the soil has a cover crop is it possible that it will be such as to notably minimise flooding?
Has anyone had a similar experience?