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25 Oct
Farmers, researchers and industrialists have lamented abysmal low wheat production in the country, saying over 95 per cent dependence on imported wheat from the United States of America
24 Oct
One of the takeaways from the theme of this year’s World Food Day: “Our actions are our future- Better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life,” is the need for farmers across the country to return to the massive production of food crops.
24 Oct
Towards making Nigeria less dependent in food importation, Fairtrade has declared its readiness to address the lacuna in the country’s agric system, by exposing farmers to new ways of preserving their produce.
24 Oct
The Abia State Government says it is partnering private investors to revitalise the rubber and cocoa plantations at Amaeke and Abam communities and the moribund cashew plantation, all in Umunneochi Local Council of the state.
22 Oct
As part of measures to boost farmers’ productivity in Lagos State, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday, revealed that the state government would procure 14 new tractors.
22 Oct
Farmers affected by the 2020 flood in Ebonyi State got farm inputs one year after the disaster through the intervention of the Food Security Council for the implementation
22 Oct
More than 100 hectares of land are to be cultivated by the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (MOUAU), Abia State, for agricultural research and demonstration sequel
22 Oct
Breaking away from the mono-cultural economy by reviving commercial production and industrialisation of cash crops requires coordination that only organised boards involving public
17 Oct
In a bid to boost food security through collection of credible and timely data, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) has donated ICT equipment to the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
17 Oct
“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...
17 Oct
Experts say mechanisation and commercialisation of agriculture are veritable ways to increase farm yields and feed increasing population of Africa.
17 Oct
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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