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1 Mar
Farmers in Nigeria have been urged to produce crops and other products based on guided industrial demands to reduce gluts, marketing challenges, gross importation and capital flight
31 Aug 2020
Crop cultivation in the three geopolitical zones in the south and the North-Central Zone has been hampered as ‘August break’ extends from July to August 31, beyond the 25-day period...
29 Dec 2019
Youths have been urged to take up agriculture as a business and means of livelihood.
23 Dec 2019
The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has distributed irrigation pumps and fertiliser to 4,000 farmers in Borno State as part of efforts to restore their means of livelihood

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