Sanni leads Nigeria, Tanzania’s cassava project team
Prof. Lateef Oladimeji Sanni has been appointed the Project Manager of the Building an Economically Sustainable, Integrated Cassava Seed System Phase II (BASICS II).
‘Agric varsity in Kebbi will commence academics in September
The Vice Chancellor of the newly established Federal University of Agriculture Zuru, Professor Musa Isiyaku Ahmed, has said the university will start academic activities in September as planned.
Maize anchor borrowers program to inject over N1b into Abia economy
Program Manager of the Abia State Agricultural Development Programme (ADP), Chief Israel Amanze has predicted that the Central Bank of Nigeria Maize Anchor Borrowers Program
Save poultry industry from imminent collapse, Ogun farmers implore FG
Poultry farmers in Ogun State have bemoaned what they termed “arbitrary increase” in the price of maize and other essential ingredients used in poultry feed production
Oyo farmers get subsidised inputs as Makinde wants transfer of dam
Various smallholder farmers in Oyo State have received different categories of Kenaf, yam and cocoa seedlings as part of the Federal Government’s coronavirus pandemic
Institute rolls out five-year plan to checkmate soil degradation
The Nigeria Institute of Soil Science (NISS) has rolled out a five-year strategic action plan to tackle soil degradation promotion and sustainable soil management
How Taraba killings impair farmers’ productivity, food security
Citizens have expressed worry that bloodlettings between the Tiv and the Jukun ethnic groups in Taraba State may lead to a shortage of food in the state
African swine fever: When pork is unsafe for consumption
For now, lovers of pork may have to refrain from its consumption, as the dreaded African Swine Fever (ASF) has continued to ravage more pig farms across the country.