Cameroon beans flood Maiduguri market

Daily trust newspaper - December 9, 2015

Despite ongoing insurgency that led to the closure of all routes leading to neighbouring Cameroon, Chad and Niger republics from Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, the big brown Cameroon beans, popularly called ‘Banjala’ or ‘Olo 2’, has flooded the main beans market at Muna Garage.
Katsina local rice millers cry for modern machines

Daily trust newspaper - December 9 2015

Local rice millers/processors in Katsina State have attributed their inability to produce a well refined and polished rice to lack of modern processing machines.
FG seeks legislative support for agric

Tribune newspaper - December 8, 2015

The Federal Government has called for the support of the legislative arm of government towards the sustainable growth and development of Nigeria’s agricultural sector.
Nigerian cocoa grinders say face fight for survival

Reuters - December 7, 2015

Nigeria, already hit by low oil prices, faces a threat to its cocoa sector with industry officials saying its few remaining grinders could close.
Benny seeds price crashes in Jigawa – NAN Survey

Leadership newspaper — December 6, 2015

The Price of Benny seeds, also known as Sesame seeds, has dropped in major grain markets in Jigawa due to low patronage of the produce.
Kenya: Farmers rake in profits out of price wars

All Africa - December 6, 2015

Maize farmers are profiting from the price rivalry between the National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) and private millers as they rush to purchase fresh crop due to anticipated shortage caused by declined yield this season.
Strange disease disturbs rice farms in Kastina

Daily trust Newspaper - December 3 2015

Rice farmers in Katsina State, this year, experienced a strange disease in a form of worm which dried their crops before they mature.
Minister Ananth Kumar promises to resolve fertiliser subsidy arrears of Rs 40,000 crore

Economic times - December 2, 2015

NEW DELHI: Union fertiliser minister Ananth Kumar on Wednesday said his ministry is working with the finance ministry to clear the subsidy arrears of Rs 40,000 crore to fertiliser companies.
Urea prices 'have found a floor' near four-year low

Agrimoney - December 2, 2015

Urea prices, at amongst their lowest in four years, have found a floor after reaching levels at which an unusually large number of producers are making thin, if any profits, fertilizer group Acron said, as it unveiled a 28% drop in earnings.
Reps, ministry to tackle rice smuggling

Daily trust Newspaper - December 2, 2015

The House of Representatives committee on agricultural production and services and the federal ministry of agriculture have resolved to tackle the problem of rice smuggling that has been ravaging the industry.
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