Tuesday, 24th May 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search
Breaking News:

BusinessAgro

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.
6 Nov 2016
In the face of soaring prices of maize and soya beans - the essential ingredients for the production of livestock feeds, feed millers are folding up gradually, as a result of huge losses.
6 Nov 2016
Ondo State government has concluded the maiden Akure Commodity Exchange, initiated by the state Governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko to help farmers midwife their sale internationally.
6 Nov 2016
The Yam Improvement For Income and Food Security in West Africa (YIIFSWA)’ in collaboration with the National Root Crop Research Institute (NRCRI) ...
6 Nov 2016
Responding to the nation’s economic diversification, a Kano based businessman, Ali Yusuf Ibrahim, has acquired a multi-billion naira fertilizer company ...
4 Nov 2016
Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra on Friday said the state had secured a N3 billion grant from the Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) to invest in SMEs and agriculture.
30 Oct 2016
As the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) kicks-off its golden jubilee celebration with a launch event at its headquarters in Ibadan, Oyo State, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development...
30 Oct 2016
As part of measures to accelerate Federal Government’s sustainable growth policies on Rice production in the country, AfricaRice, pan African intergovernmental agricultural research center has provided 50 Rice Farmers....
30 Oct 2016
To compliment Federal Government’s policy on economic diversification, the Jigawa State government has trained about 5,000 youth on sesame and rice cultivation, and has also mobilised another 32,000 farmers for wheat harvest in November.

Latest

26 mins ago
Newly wedded Kourtney Kardashian has added her husband’s last name “Barker” to her Instagram account. The reality TV star officially added her new last name to her Instagram on Monday after she married beau Travis Barker in a lavish wedding ceremony over the weekend in Italy. Her bio now reads “Kourtney Kardashian Barker.” While it…
43 mins ago
Manchester City and France footballer Benjamin Mendy denied nine sexual offences against six young women as he appeared in court on Monday.
51 mins ago
D'banj, Davido, CKay, Yemi Alade, Reekado Banks, and Mayorkun are among the artists from five countries who will play at the third edition of the Africa Day Concert, according to YouTube. This year's performance will also feature artists from Sierra Leone, Tanzania, South Africa, and the Congo, according to Alex Okosi, Managing Director, YouTube EMEA.…
1 hour ago
Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, Tuesday dissolved the state executive council. The Chief of Staff to the governor Emeka Woke and the Senior Special Assistant (Protocol), Harold Koko, were also relieved of their duties. The Governor instructed all the former members of the State Executive Council to hand over to the most senior officers in…
1 hour ago
A Presidential Aspirant on the platform of the APC, Hon. Rotimi Amaechi has promised to give women equal opportunities as men in his administration if elected president come 2023.