In parts of South Sudan, growing season ranges from April to November. Therefore, land preparation period is between April/May followed by planting in July or Early August. Harvest occurs in November at the latest. The good soil that the country is blessed with means, you can grow crops such as sorghum, wheat, sesame, corn, sugarcane and millet.

There is no need to wait around for the economic hardship of post-COVID-19. It’s natural that this difficult period will have a lasting impact on the Africa continent, as international aid will significantly drop.

Now is the time to source out a piece of land, gather relative together and take advantage of the natural season. Grow your food now as money/jobs will lack over during and after COVID-19 pandemic.

Source: Food & Agriculture Organisation of the UN