Africa: COVID-19 and Agricology – Echoes of Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Africa

[African Arguments] On the haze of an early April morning in Kitengela on the outskirt of Kenya's capital Nairobi, my son and I stood at our garden staring at our kale plants. It was a therapeutic experience, more so given the partial lockdown regime triggered by the latest global pandemic that has suffocated social life throughout the world. While in my garden, I took time and considered the renowned British organic chemist Sir Robert Robinson whose work on plant dyestuffs and alkaloids earned him the Nobel in 1947. RobinsonRead the Original Article

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