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8 Nov
Experts have warned that state of the Lagos food marketplaces, especially those that stretch out into roads, poses danger of food poisoning, food-borne diseases and loss of lives associated with auto crashes.
7 Nov
Like the case of last year, when many households could not afford rice to celebrate the yuletide, the scenario may repeat itself, as the price of the product is still high...
7 Nov
The Nigeria Institute of Soil Science (NISS) has concluded a one-day training for extension workers, farmers and other stakeholders in the agricultural sector.
4 Nov
Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has called on local and foreign investors to establish small, medium and large-scale onion processing plants to boost production
4 Nov
Stakeholders in the forest resources sector have called on the Federal Government and other relevant authorities to fast-track the process of approval of the National Forestry
4 Nov
The African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) has said it will empower 16 million farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa to become globally competitive using the best technology
4 Nov
Heifer Nigeria, a global non-profit organisation, is ready to help lift one million smallholder farmers out of poverty by 2030.
2 Nov
Kano farmers have expressed worry as the rainy season seemed to have come to an end abruptly.The situation has made it difficult for most of the farmers to achieve expected harvests.
2 Nov
Oil palm entrepreneurs and researchers have called on the government to remove hurdles and create more enabling environment for investors and smallholder farmers in the subsector.
2 Nov
The Kebbi State Government and the Federal Ministry of Agriculture have trained agricultural extension agents in the state. The three-day training, which was held in Birnin Kebbi...
2 Nov
Institute of Agricultural Research (IAR), Zaria, Kaduna State, has decried high cost of agro-chemicals in the country, saying Nigerians spend N268 billion yearly to purchase the chemicals.
2 Nov
Professor of Agricultural Economics at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike (MOUAU), Abia State, Dr Remy Mejeha, has alerted the nation to consequences of not mobilising the nation’s rural resources for greater economic growth.

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