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25 Nov 2021
Kano State Agro-Pastoral Development Project (KSADP) has concluded the process of awarding an N2billion construction project of 1,000 hectares of land downstream at Watari Irrigation
10 Oct 2021
The global mushroom cultivation market has been projected to witness significant growth, majorly due to its growing acceptability and rising demand across the world.
10 Oct 2021
The National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) has granted approval for environmental release of a new genetically modified variety TELA Maize developed
19 Jul 2021
The North East Development Commission (NEDC) has donated tractors and other farm implements to the Bauchi State government to boost food production.
5 Jul 2021
The prices of agricultural inputs, such as fertilisers, herbicides and varieties of improved seeds for 2021 farming season have remained stable in Adamawa
14 May 2021
Farmers in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on Friday announced that they have cleared their farmlands in readiness for the 2021 planting.
8 May 2021
I grew up in the rural areas in the Eastern Cape Cofimvaba with both parents and five siblings. I grew up exposed to farming, but my family was not into farming.
19 Apr 2021
The number of persons in the world that go to bed hungry hovers around 700 million. The hungry equally fall under the same category as the malnourished besides those whose plates
1 Apr 2021
Stakeholders in the wheat value chain have harped on the need to deepen wheat farming and value chain development programmes in Nigeria through innovation
29 Mar 2021
A lawmaker, Kolawole Lawal Mobolorunduro, representing Egbado South/Ipokia Federal Constituency in Ogun State, has empowered no fewer than 80 youths and women in Ipokia/Owode axis
29 Mar 2021
The National Agricultural Land Development Agency (NALDA) has flagged off dry season farming in five states of the federation, which are Niger, Adamawa, Bauchi, Yobe, and Taraba states.
4 Jan 2021
The chairman of, House of Representatives Committee on Agricultural Colleges and Institutions, Monir Dan Agundi, has advised Nigerian youths to embrace agriculture rather than waiting for government

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