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Shitam Kenya Limited Encourages Kenyans to Plant Fruit Trees

With the current rainfall in different parts of Kenya, Shitam Kenya Limited is encouraging citizens to make their space greener by planting fruit trees. The company is promoting the planting of high-quality Hass Avocado seedlings, which will offer a dual benefit of a greener environment and fruits for consumption or commercial purposes.

Shitam Kenya Limited aims to raise awareness of the importance of planting trees and their potential benefits for individuals and the environment. Interested individuals can contact Maina at +254722720898, Irene at +254722949512, or Ernest at +254748862508 to obtain high-quality Hass Avocado seedlings.

The company’s initiative is expected to contribute to the greening of Kenya and improve food security, as fruit trees provide a source of food and income for communities. The move is in line with the government’s plan to plant two billion trees by 2022 to increase forest cover and reduce the effects of climate change.

By promoting the planting of fruit trees, Shitam Kenya Limited is encouraging Kenyans to participate in environmental conservation efforts and take advantage of the current weather conditions to make a positive impact on the environment.

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