Soya bean farmers who registered under command agriculture are advised to visit Seedco and other collection points to collect their inputs which are now readily available.

The chairperson of command agriculture responsible for soya bean Professor Isheunesu Mupepereki advised farmers to take advantage of the programme and plant the soya crop as the window period is still suitable.

The country is targeting to produce about 120 000 tonnes of soya bean, a move which is expected to go a long way in reducing the import bill of crude and other raw materials for cooking oil.