• Kenya Chick Peas
  • Kenya Chickpeas
  • Kenya Chickpeas
  • Kenya Chickpeas

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Summary
Produce Kenya Chickpeas
Varieties Kabuli Desi
Common Names Garbanzo peas
Packing 15,20,25,40,50 Kg Bag
Size 7mm-12mm
Availability (season) Throughout the year
Transportation Conditions 100% dry 15-20% humidity in the seeds and pest free transport containers.

Kenya chickpeas are becoming one of the most looked for. Individuals need a reliable option in contrast to chips, and this plant-based protein nibble carries out the responsibility. You can consolidate it as a snack in the following flavors, for example, ocean salt, farm, BBQ, chocolate, and some more! Additionally, you get significant levels of protein and fibre in each serving.

Chickpea (Cicer ariefinum)is a generally new crop grown by smallholder farmers in dry zones of Eastern Kenya and dry countries of Rift valley territories. Improved chickpea germplasm was presented in Eastern and Rift valley areas in late 1980

The chickpea is a vegetable of the plant family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae. The plant is developed for its nutritious seeds. Its seeds are high in protein and fibre. Different names for chickpeas are gram, Bengal gram, garbanzo, garbanzo bean.

Chickpeas are a superfood with protein, fibre, and supplements, for example, calcium and iron. They can be used to make several meals such as Broccolini and chickpea zucchini pasta with gremolata breadcrumbs. Chickpeas are equally incredible for weight reduction! They are likewise low in fat with a normal of 4 grams for every serving. 

Kenya chickpeas are all year round crops as they require little rainfall (250mm-300mm annually) for them to do well. Chickpeas farming in Kenya has been adopted by many smallholder farmers living in lowland areas and has since then improved food security to over 27000 smallholder households. Kenya produced about 550 tons in 2017 and a 10% increase has been recorded annually since then.

Seeding rates for chickpeas will, in general, give three (Kabuli) to four (Desi) plants per square foot to help advance satisfactory seed size. Seeding profundity is around 1 inch underneath dampness for Desi and up to 2 crawls beneath dampness for Kabuli chickpeas; however, Kabulis can be planted down to 4 creeps to utilize accessible soil dampness for germination. 

Seed color is the biggest factor in deciding a chickpea yield’s attractiveness as dim or stained seed coats may make them unsuitable. The light yellowish cream shading is favored in markets.

Chickpeas take 90 days to reach maturity upon which they are continuously harvested up to three times a week. They are manually harvested and sundried. Perfect planning and timing is required to avoid the risk of dampness. Gathering too soon, for instance, can bring about produce with excessive amounts of dampness, making it inclined to decay. No chickpea should be stored in excess of 15 percent dampness, with 12 percent or less being the ideal dampness level.

Kenya chickpeas are graded and packed according to export requirements; then branded and exported to designated destinations. 

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