Uganda is classified as a low-income country with widespread poverty revealed by 41% of the population living under the international poverty line of US$ 1.90 per day. Poverty persists despite a 69% to 38% decline in households belonging to the subsistence economy between 2016-2019. Agriculture remains a significant source of income for households. Limited access to newer agricultural technologies is of major concern to those engaged in the sector. There is wide variability in surplus, adequacy, and deficiency among different food commodities within the country.