‘Our target is to be the largest Potato farm in Sub-Saharan Africa’
Don’t forget that before we discovered oil in Nigeria, agriculture was a very serious venture; the west was known for Cocoa; the North for groundnut and the East for palm oil.
Ivory Coast rain to boost cocoa crop but more sun needed - farmers
Abundant rainfall last week in most of Ivory Coast’s principal cocoa regions could boost the forthcoming October-to-March main crop but more sunshine is needed to accelerate the growth of small pods, farmers said on Monday.
Cashew potentials under-utilised
Aside the agricultural potentials in palm oil and cocoa, Ondo State has a greater potential in cashew production, with its availability in all the 3,296 communities in the 18 council areas of the state.
Brightened hopes for Ivory Coast cocoa crop
Scattered rain and lots of sun in most of Ivory Coast’s main cocoa growing regions brightened hopes for the cocoa main crop last week, although some eastern plantations still needed more rain, farmers said on Monday.
Ivory Coast Abundant Rains Favourable For Cocoa Crop
In the western region of Soubre, at the heart of the cocoa belt, an analyst reported 37 millimetres of rains this week, compared with 64 mm last week.
Grazing management without rancour - Part 2
Every Nigerian state produces at least one or more distinctive agricultural by-products with great potential as livestock supplementary feed resources.
Ooni launches cocoa farming for victims of Ife-Modakeke war
The Ooni of Ife Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, on Monday, took a bold step to erase the memories of the Ife-Modakeke communal war when he unveiled a nursery plant of one million cocoa pots and trees.