We’re not probing Adesina – Agric minister

Daily trust - March 8, 2016

The Minister of Agriculture, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has said that the federal government is not probing the immediate past agriculture minister, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina.
Africa’s richest man seeks deal with OCP to supply Nigerian fertilizer Plant

Morocco world News -  March 7, 2016

Rabat – Dangote Group (DG), the Nigerian company owned by Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote, announced its plans to buy phosphate from Morocco to feed a fertilizer plant, which is being built in the state of Edo in Nigeria.
Nigeria must develop Agriculture as a major income Earner – Minister

Bizwatch Newspaper - March 7, 2016

The minister of Agriculture, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has advised that Nigeria must develop agriculture because the transition from oil to agriculture as the country’s major foreign exchange earner is vital to the country’s survival.
Ondo perfects plan on Agric produce mass Export

This day Newspaper — March 6, 2016

In its effort to diversify the state economy from oil based revenue to agriculture, Ondo State Government has concluded arrangement for the exportation of its agricultural produce such as catfish, palm oil, cocoa among others.
AfSIS Phase II To Promote New Methods In Agriculture, Soil Mgt

Leadership Newspaper — March 6, 2016

The soil disposition of an environment can make or mar the efforts of a farmer, hence the efforts of the government, with the support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to review the African Soil Information System towards achieving reliable soil information, Ruth Tene Natsa writes.
Farmers Urge Govt to Distribute Fertilizer via GES Text Messages

Leadership newspaper — March 3, 2016

Some farmers in Hadejia, Jigawa State have called on Jigawa government to distribute fertilisers using the Short Message Service (SMS), to guard against diversion of the commodities.
Nigeria needs not import food at all —Buhari

Punch newspaper - March 1, 2016

President Muhammadu Buhari has said irrespective of divergent opinions of the populace, his administration is keeping the promises he made ahead of the March 28, 2015 presidential election.

Council, research institute working on improved seeds

Vanguard newspaper – March 1, 2016

The Director-General, National Agricultural Seeds Council (NASC) , Dr Philip Olusegun Ojo, has disclosed that the council and the Lake Chad Research Institute (LCRI) were working to ensure that improved seeds were made available to farmers.
Moroccan fertilizer producer boss believes Africa has capacity to feed itself

En.Star Africa – February 29, 2016

The Managing Director of the Moroccan fertilizer producing giant, Office Cherifien des Phosphates (OCP), Tarik Choho expressed his conviction Thursday in Marrakech that Africa can produce enough food to secure self-sufficiency because of its large potentials in arable lands and the large capacity output of fertilizers.
Farmers' associations laud FG's single digit interest rate on loan

Leadership Newspaper – February 29, 2016

Some farmers associations on Friday in Lagos lauded Federal Government's single digit interest rate on farmers' loan through the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) as the country's economy tilts toward non-oil development.
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