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6 Nov 2019
To tackle climate change risk effects on farmers in the country, Fertiliser Producers and Suppliers Association of Nigeria (FEPSAN), in partnership with the Pan-African agricultural insurance advisory firm has unveiled an innovative insurance package for smallholder farmers.
25 Feb 2019
The Fertiliser Producers and Suppliers Association of Nigeria (FEPSAN) has applauded the Federal Government’s total ban on the importation of all blends of Nitrogen Phosphorous and Potassium (NPK) fertilisers. In a statement, FEPSAN President, Mr Thomas Etuh, said the move would stop the importation of poor quality NPK fertiliser blends into the country. Etuh said…
23 Dec 2018
Experts in the agricultural sector have warned the Federal Government to reconsider its position on the ban placed on importation of fertiliser, predicting that the policy will encourage smuggling of the product through the country’s porous borders. Recall that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), in an official circular, signed by its Director, Trade &…
23 May 2018
Federal Government has given approval to six additional blending plants for the production of fertilizer in Nigeria under the Presidential Fertilizer Initiative.
9 May 2018
The Chairman of Fertilisers Producers and Suppliers Association of Nigeria (FEPSAN), Thomas Etuh, has disclosed plans to begin mass exportation in the next two years.
4 Mar 2018
The 2018 farming season is around the corner. But it looks bleak, as farmers are confronted by many challenges, such as lack of access to improved seedlings...
28 May 2017
Two months after the Presidential Fertiliser Initiative commenced across the country, farmers in some states are yet to access the much-hyped fertiliser, and where available...

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