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“The newly approved genetically modified TELA Maize variety by the Federal Government was rejected by the United States Government and Kenya. It is unfortunate that Nigeria...
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Experts say mechanisation and commercialisation of agriculture are veritable ways to increase farm yields and feed increasing population of Africa.
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Nigerians have again been urged to embrace agriculture, especially due to the economic hardship that has continued to trail the COVID-19 disruption.
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Tomorrow is World Food Day; but despite assurances by President Muhammadu Buhari to make N600 billion loan facility available to 2.4 million farmers in the country, situations and forecasts have shown that Nigeria may face food insecurity...
Engineering firm Danfoss will be focusing on the importance of implementing cold room maintenance best practices for an ever-growing and demanding African climate, in an upcoming webinar for the Nigerian market. Taking place on Tuesday, 19 October 2021, the organisation’s global applications expert, John Broughton, who is sharing practical advice on how to prevent refrigeration…
Experts have called on smallholder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa to adopt genetically modified maize, saying its introduction is capable of boosting food production.
To cushion effects of flood disasters, restore household income and boost food production, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has distributed agricultural inputs to over 3,539 farmers...
An aurally challenged farmer, Emmanuel Isado, has launched a fish farm at Jakande Estate, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos, as part of efforts to make sources of protein affordable.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has expressed how focusing on developing Nigeria’s agricultural value chain, particularly the business of creating a proper commodity market with logistics...
The global mushroom cultivation market has been projected to witness significant growth, majorly due to its growing acceptability and rising demand across the world.
Nothing less than 70 per cent of the cost of fish production is expended solely on fish feeds, a development that has hitherto impacted the profitability of the farmers.
A River State-based poultry farmer, Tekena Ovuru, has emerged winner of the Princewill Trust — Help The Hard Worker competition for the month of September.