Firm moves to end reliance on imported tomatoes
Over 75 per cent of harvested tomatoes get wasted yearly in the country, basically due to lack of storage facilities; and limited means of making use of them industrially, resulting into acute shortage off season.
Ivory Coast banana growers on the comeback trail
Two years after devastating floods, banana planters in Ivory Coast have staged a comeback, eyeing an increase in production and new markets for the popular fruit.
FUNAAB, IITA partner to tackle unemployment
As part of efforts aimed at promoting youth entrepreneurship and provide employment in agricultural sector, the Empowering Novel Agri-Business Led Empowerment...
Leading agro firms laud Tuns farms on NEGPRO
Leading operators in agriculture sector, Livestock Feeds Plc and Turner Wright Limited, have expressed their commitment to support Tuns Farms Nigeria Limited ...
Climate Change: Experts warn on impending food scarcity
As climate change continues to have its toll on the production of crops and other staple foods across the country, experts have raised alarm over an impending food scarcity in months to come.
ACA sets to host Cashew Festival
The conference according to the Managing Director of ACA, Babafemi Oyewole, is consistently the world’s largest cashew event, as it brings together a diverse array of cashew industry stakeholders from across the globe.
Ondo: Farmers demand more support from government
Aside the lethargic attitude of the state government towards improving agricultural output, the farmers are facing serious challenges, which are not only negatively impacting on their livelihood, but also forcing them out of business.
Ogun: Yet to actualise potentials
In the production of staple food items, Ogun State is not there yet. For instance, the state was known for production of Ofada rice, a local rice variety loved for its delicious taste and flavour.