Lagos APPEALS targets over 1,600 agro entrepreneurs
The Lagos State Agro-Processing, Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvement Support (APPEALS) project have commenced the process of raising over 1,600 Agro Entrepreneurs within the next two years
Implementation of agric policies must be proactive, grassroot directed - Stakeholders
Stakeholders at the Farm2Fork Dialogue have urged all players and actors involved in policy making to create proactive policies at the grassroots level
Lagos moves to sanitise red meat value chain
Lagos State Government has inaugurated what it termed-a three-prong strategy to sanitise the red meat value chain, ensure consumption of healthy and wholesome red meat in the state.
Maximizing potentials of date palm cultivation
The Nigerian Date palm industry has been described as a new goldmine embedded with enormous economic potentials.
‘Grain contamination can be stopped if extension services are revived’
We must give kudos to IITA and other organisations for the collaborative efforts with farmers to ensure that they embrace good agricultural practices and due processes.
Industrial utilisation of crops inevitable for progress in agric, says VC
True progress in agriculture can be actualised if more farm products are industrially processed and post-harvest losses are minimised, according to the Vice Chancellor of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike..
‘Industrial utilisation of crops inevitable for progress in agric’
True progress in agriculture can be actualised if more farm products are industrially processed and post-harvest losses are minimised.
Border closure: Onion going the way of rice
Regardless of whatever benefits the Federal Government claims the land borders closure is accruing to farmers, observations have shown that the policy has also exposed the country’s inadequacies in the area of food production.