Soursop’s vigorous growth and diverse applications make it a valuable asset in sustainable agriculture. Similar to bamboo and Oysternut, Soursop aids in erosion control, water level regulation, and soil improvement, thanks to its extensive root system and organic matter production. Its adaptability as a companion plant supports the growth of neighboring crops, including coffee and cocoa. With a rapid growth cycle and consistent harvests, Soursop offers farmers a sustainable, year-round income source without the need for frequent replanting. The fruit, known for its medicinal properties, presents a marketable product. Moreover, Soursop leaves and bark hold potential for various applications, such as herbal teas and natural remedies. By integrating Soursop into agroforestry practices, we aim to empower Mukono farmers, fostering resilient livelihoods and environmentally conscious agricultural methods in the region.