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Simon Mwaura CEO

Water hyacinth was discovered in Brazil in 1824 and SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA become the first man in the world to develop 15 different products from water hyacinth and all other aquatic weeds in 1996 breaking World history. Water hyacinth is found in many Countries. Water hyacinth is the only plant in world that converts its intake into fertilizer. Read more

Hyax Organic Liquid Fertilizer

5 Litres

Coverage: 6.5 Acres

Price: Kshs. 1080

20 Litres

Coverage: 25.98 Acres

Price: Kshs. 3800

TEA HEALTHY DRINK

Tea was first discovered in China in the ninth century and the processing of tea products by blending has not be changed or improved until 1996 when SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed new method of processing products from green tea leaves both three and four leaf levels. SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed the following products from 100% green tea leaves.... READ MORE
 
HYAQUIP BULK TEA HEALTHY DRINK IS AVAILABLE COLD AND HOT IN DISPENSER MACHINES. ADD MILK OR SUGAR TO TASTE.

1 Litres

Coverage: 1.5 Acres

Price: Kshs. 240

COFFEE HEALTHY DRINK

Coffee was first discovered in the Ethiopians highlands in the ninth century and the processing of Coffee products from coffee cherries has never changed until 1996 when SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed the following products from coffee cherries..... READ MORE

HYAQUIP BULK COFFEE HEALTHY DRINK IS AVAILABLE COLD AND HOT IN DISPENSER MACHINES. ADD MILK OR SUGAR TO TASTE.CAN BE BLENDED WITH BEER OR SPIRITS. 

Interpretive Summary
Water hyacinth remains the world's most serious aquatic weed; is spreading at an alarming rate in Africa and Papua New Guinea and remains a serious problem in the Indian sub-continent and South East Asia. Successful biological control can reduce weed cover to ca.30% of the water surface in 3 to 10 years after establishment of agents and has achieved excellent control in a number of countries. Information on the technology has been widely disseminated but the rate of application has been relatively slow due to a lack of experienced practitioners in some developing countries and because adequate funding has not been available. Recently, due to the rapid increase in the abundance and distribution of this weed in Africa and elsewhere, interest in the problem has widened and the number of control projects is increasing. In addition, the major organizations, CSIRO Australia, PPRI South Africa and USDA USA, involved in conducting or supporting research to improve biological control are studying additional control agents and the integration of biological and other control techniques into efficient management strategies. This paper describes the interactions and cooperation between these organizations that promotes efficient use of scarce resource and outlines the worldwide linkages between those organizations, other agencies and national governments in extending the application of this technology. This biological technology to manage water hyacinth is now not a solution to the management of water hyacinth. The international biological control, the world bank, Global Environment Facility and other funding agencies should now fund the commercialization, harvesting, processing and utilization of water hyacinth, other water marsh plant and other plants with soft tissues, presently considered un-economical to provide the much needed raw materials to produce organic fertilizers, compost, paper, paper board, fodder, desert sand binder and conditioner-water hyacinth 100% plant tissue or as 100% plant tissue residual will be used as desert sand binder to improve sand fertility and water retention, crude proteins extracted from water hyacinth and other plants. The invention of water hyacinth processing equipment by Hyaquip Inc Kenya Ltd. provides the world with solution to utilize hyacinth for commercial purpose.