Zimbabwe’s focus on wheat set to yield biggest-ever harvest


              A combine harvester harvests wheat at a farm in Bindura about 88 kilometres north east of the capital Harare, Monday, Oct, 10, 2022. Zimbabwe says it is on the brink of its biggest wheat harvest in history, thanks in large part to efforts to overcome food supply problems caused by the war in Ukraine. But bush fires and impending rains are threatening crops yet to be harvested. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
            
              A watches a combine harvester harvest wheat grain at a farm in Bindura about 88 kilometres north east of the capital Harare, Monday, Oct, 10, 2022. Zimbabwe says it is on the brink of its biggest wheat harvest in history, thanks in large part to efforts to overcome food supply problems caused by the war in Ukraine. But bush fires and impending rains are threatening crops yet to be harvested. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
            
              A woman walks past a wheat farm waiting to be harvested at a farm in Bindura about 88 kilometres north east of the capital Harare, Monday, Oct, 10, 2022. Zimbabwe says it is on the brink of its biggest wheat harvest in history, thanks in large part to efforts to overcome food supply problems caused by the war in Ukraine. But bush fires and impending rains are threatening crops yet to be harvested. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
            
              A man covers his face from dust from a combine harvester harvesting wheat grain at a farm in Bindura about 88 kilometres north east of the capital Harare, Monday, Oct, 10, 2022. Zimbabwe says it is on the brink of its biggest wheat harvest in history, thanks in large part to efforts to overcome food supply problems caused by the war in Ukraine. But bush fires and impending rains are threatening crops yet to be harvested. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
            
              A combine harvester offloads wheat grain into a truck during harvest at a farm in Bindura about 88 kilometres north east of the capital Harare,in this Monday, Oct, 10, 2022. Zimbabwe says it is on the brink of its biggest wheat harvest in history, thanks in large part to efforts to overcome food supply problems caused by the war in Ukraine. But bush fires and impending rains are threatening crops yet to be harvested. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
            
              A combine harvester offloads wheat grain into a truck during a harvest at a farm in Bindura about 88 kilometres north east of the capital Harare, Monday, Oct, 10, 2022. Zimbabwe says it is on the brink of its biggest wheat harvest in history, thanks in large part to efforts to overcome food supply problems caused by the war in Ukraine. But bush fires and impending rains are threatening crops yet to be harvested. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
            Farmers inspect wheat grain during harvest at a farm in Bindura about 88 kilometres north east of the capital Harare, Monday, Oct, 10, 2022. Zimbabwe says it is on the brink of its biggest wheat harvest in history, thanks in large part to efforts to overcome food supply problems caused by the war in Ukraine. But bush fires and impending rains are threatening crops yet to be harvested. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi) Farmers show some of the wheat grain during a harvest at a farm in Bindura about 88 kilometres north east of the capital Harare, Monday, Oct, 10, 2022. Zimbabwe says it is on the brink of its biggest wheat harvest in history, thanks in large part to efforts to overcome food supply problems caused by the war in Ukraine. But bush fires and impending rains are threatening crops yet to be harvested. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)