THE contract is stark.Expansive lash fields of tea, avocado and macademia shrubbery roll across hills hither and yonder. Intertwined with this sensational greenery, are patched fields of the same type of shrubs punctuated by struggling maize fields, raising eyebrows of any passerby.This is the state of farming in the agriculturally-rich Chipinge highlands where farmers resettled under the country’s land reform programme are struggling to prove their worth in an economy that is teetering on the brink.New farmer, Elizabeth Dambamuromo, says since 2006, when she was allocated a piece of land at Morgenson Farm, she has been aspiring to be a top maize and macademia producer but as fate would have it, she has hardly gone beyond subsistence. Dambamuromo delivered 42…