Africa gets new agricultural innovative centre

africa farming - February 6, 2016

Africa has a new innovation centre aimed at boosting agricultural productivity, increase incomes of smallholder farmers and create job opportunities for the youth and women in various African nations.
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Nigeria now has 1 extension worker to 3000 farmers — Ogbeh

Daily trust - February 3, 2016

Agriculture Minister, Chief Audu  Ogbeh, has lamented that extension workers have almost disappeared in Nigeria as the country presently has an average of “one extension worker to about 3,000 farmers.”
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Onion prices crashed in Sokoto

Daily trust Newspaper -  February 3, 2016

The restoration of peace in parts of the North-East has forced down the price of onion at the Gada international market, Daily Trust has gathered.
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Africa gets new agricultural innovative center

Afican Farming - January 27, 2016

Africa has a new innovation centre aimed at boosting agricultural productivity, increase incomes of smallholder farmers and create job opportunities for the youth and women in various African nations
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150,000 rice farmers to be engaged in dry season farming – RIFAN

Leadership Newspaper — January 31, 2016

Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN) on Sunday said 150,000 rice farmers would be engaged in dry season farming in Zamfara as part of effort to ensure food security in the country.
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Rural farmers in FCT beg FG For land allocation

Leadership Newspaper — January 29, 2016

Rural farmers in the federal capital territory (FCT) have begged the federal government for land allocations to enable them embark on massive production of food.
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NEITI set to expand operation to agricultural sector, as EITI endorses Buhari’s anti-corruption stance

Tunga Media - January 26, 2016

Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) has announced plans to expand its operation to the agricultural sector.
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Foundation to hold workshop on agricultural policy direction

Daily trust Newspaper - January 26 2016

The National Agricultural Foundation of Nigeria (NAFN) will hold a stakeholders workshop to advocate for sustainable national policies on agriculture to achieve the desired change.
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Dangote, BOA Sign N58m Tomato Production Deal with Kano Farmers

Tunga Media – January 25, 2016

Dangote farms have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bank of Agriculture (BOA) and Kano State Water Users Association on tomato production for the consumption of Dansa Tomato Company, a subsidiary of Dangote Group.
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487 Plateau State farmers benefit from CBN's N98.9m loan in 2015

Daily trust Newspaper - January 25, 2016

About 487 farmers from Plateau State benefited from the N98.9 million loan the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) released to entrepreneurs in the state in 2015.
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