Friday, 7th October 2022
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2 Sep
A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Heifer International, has said that it is partnering two agro-based firms, Agric Topic Vegetable Seed and Captain Nigeria, to boost tomato production in Dadi Louis community, Iworo in Badagry Division of Lagos State.
4 Jun
Tomatoes are classified as fruits by science because fruits contain a single or more seeds and are produced by a plant's bloom. Tomatoes grow from small yellow blossoms on the vine and naturally contain a large number of seeds, just like other real fruits. These seeds will be gathered and utilized to grow additional tomato…
30 May
Tomato sauce refers to a variety of tomato-based sauces that are often served as part of a meal rather than as a side dish. Tomato sauces are commonly used for meat and vegetables, but they're best recognized as the base for carbs like rice and spaghetti dishes. Tomatoes have a deep taste, a high water…
30 Mar
Farmers have every reason to be optimistic of a bumper harvest at the beginning of a new planting season with the launch of a novel crop balance nutrient fertilizer
21 Mar
With its financing support for the construction of Tomato Jos Farming and Processing Limited's 3.5tons/hr tomato paste processing plant located at Kangimi, Kaduna Stat
Nigeria President
19 Jan
President Muhammadu Buhari has challenged Nigerians to exercise a little patience, as the “growing food production in the country, especially expansion in rice farming, will eventually bring down prices
19 Jan
The Anchor Borrowers’ Programme (ABP) has so far supported over 4.8 million smallholder farmers across Nigeria for the production of 23 agricultural commodities including maize
14 Dec 2021
One month after the closure of Tiga Dam, dry season farmers in about six local government areas of Kano State have lamented how their sources of livelihood have been hampered.
3 Nov 2021
Determined to complement Federal Government sustainable policies on food security, an agrobusiness groups are partnering to build technical and human resource capacity
14 Mar 2021
Prices of vegetables and other perishable produce have crashed in Kano, due to the market glut caused by increased fresh supplies from farms
17 Dec 2020
The Federal Government has trained no fewer than 150 youths on how to cultivate Telfairia (ugu) and tomato, and add value to them at Kwale, Delta State.   The National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT), assisted by a federal lawmaker, representing Ndokwa/Ukwuani constituency, Nicholas Ossai, trained the youths from three areas of Ndokwa East, Ndokwa West,…
26 Jul 2020
To mitigate the effect of coronavirus pandemic on the Ondo State economy, 1,000 youths are being trained in modern tomato production and processing.


26 mins ago
Scammers stole cryptocurrency worth roughly $100 million from Binance, the world's biggest exchange for crypto assets, the firm said on Friday.
33 mins ago
As political parties strategise to put out formidable campaigns to woo voters ahead of the 2023 general elections, Yiaga Africa yesterday released a preliminary report indicating a decline of youth candidacy from 34 per cent in the 2019 general elections to 28 per cent in 2023 general elections.
1 hour ago
Iran said Friday an investigation into the death in custody of Mahsa Amini found she lost her life to illness rather than reported beatings that sparked three weeks of bloody protests. Amini, 22, died on September 16, three days after falling into a coma following her arrest in Tehran by the morality police for allegedly…
2 hours ago
Mike Makinde made history on Saturday by joining the prestigious class of Nigeria Cup winners. The honour came through his victory in the 25th edition of the Nigeria Cup; a weeklong competition put together to celebrate the nation's Independence anniversary. Relishing the outcome of the competition, the 11-handicap player said he never envisage winning the…
2 hours ago
The Governor of Ekiti, Dr Kayode Fayemi, on Friday signed six bills recently passed by the State House of Assembly into law, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.