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27 Nov 2016
The traditional ruler of Atani community in Ogbaru Local Government Area, Anambra State, His Royal Highness, Igwe Augustine Ngoddy, has called on the people of Ogbaru ...
27 Nov 2016
The Provost of Federal College of Agriculture, Akure (FECA), Dr. Samson Adeola Odedina, has urged government at all levels to make agriculture more attractive to the youths ...
27 Nov 2016
Towards ensuring availability of certified quality Cassava seeds, the National Seed Council  (NASC)  in collaboration with the International Institute ...
25 Nov 2016
The Federal Institute of Industrial Research Oshodi (FIIRO) has urged the Federal Government to implement the cassava bread policy which proposed a 20 per cent cassava flour additive in bread baking.
20 Nov 2016
The traditional ruler of Atani Community in Ogbaru Local Council, Anambra State, Igwe Augustine Ngoddy, has called on the state to utilise the opportunity provided by the Federal Government and World Bank...
20 Nov 2016
For the first time in the history of the Conference of Parties (COP), agriculture was brought to the forefront of climate discussions at the just concluded 22nd session of the conference ....
20 Nov 2016
The big players in the agric sector whose businesses thrive on importation now constitute a big threat to the Nigerian Agricultural Promotion Policy, and unless the Federal Government takes a decisive step to rescue....
13 Nov 2016
Rice farmers in Plateau are optimistic of a bumper harvest this year with their chairman, Mr Joshua Bitrus, boasting that members would garner “ at least one million tonnes”.
13 Nov 2016
Beyond the issue of environmental pollution, public disturbance and other dastardly acts linked with the activities of herdsmen, their actions have left frustration, as farmers have continued to count their losses. 
13 Nov 2016
Nigeria is Africa’s second largest producer of tomatoes, producing nearly 2 million tonnes annually, yet up to 40 per cent of the crop never makes it to market, impacting food security and smallholder farmers’ incomes.  
13 Nov 2016
For the first time in West Africa, a regional symposium focusing on the next generation of cocoa research for West and Central Africa was held at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) in Ibadan, Oyo State,
10 Nov 2016
Like many, I was uninformed and joined the anti-GMO bandwagon without fully understanding what it is or being knowledgeable about it. As we all know, knowledge is power; the more you seek, the more you learn.

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