By Wezi Tjaronda
At a time when the world is banking on the potato as a high nutrient crop that can help vulnerable consumers evade the current high food prices, high production costs per hectare in Namibia remain the biggest limiting factor.
Although production has increased a hundred fold from 2006 to last year, prospects for 2008 do not look so good. The Namibia Agronomic Board estimates that the first harvest yielded 5??????’??