Most parts of South Sudan are potentials for cereal grains production. This is largely because these areas area: Rich alluvial soil and arable land along the Flood Plains, Iron Stone Plateau and the Green Belt agro-ecological zones. High solar radiation, with an average of over 10 hours of sunlight per day. Ample supply of water […]


Tobacco is another cash crop that suites the environment of the Green Belt, particularly, in Yei, Kajo-Keji, Maridi and Magwi.