80% Nigeria’s farm produce waste over poor processing facilities

Bizwatch - September 27, 2015

The founder of Nigerian Women in Agricultural Research for Development, NiWARD, Stella Williams has stated that 80 per cent of total foods produced by farmers in Nigeria are wasted due to lack of processing and poor food security.
ZFC now running at full capacity

Herald - September 27, 2015 

Zimbabwe’s largest manufacturer and supplier of fertilisers, ZFC Limited has increased its production capacity to 100 percent from 40 percent recorded at the beginning of the year as it steps up efforts to satisfy local demand.
Farmers laud Jigawa govt. over establishment of sugar factories

Leadership newspaper — September 27, 2015

Some farmers in Hadejia, Jigawa State have commended the state government over the establishment of two sugar factories by Dangote Group and Crystal Sugar Company.
“Nigeria’s farm produce import above N630billion” – CBN laments

Bizwatch - September 18, 2015

Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria Godwin Emefiele has lamented the neglect of Nigeria’s agricultural sector, stating that the country is now a net importer of agricultural produce with import bill of over N630 billion.
Sokoto state procures N1.2bn fertilizer

Leadership — September 20, 2015

Sokoto State Government said it has procured more than 9, 000 metric tonnes of assorted fertilizers worth N1.2 billion for distribution to farmers for 2015 farming season.
Pastor, mallam jailed over Ekiti fertilizer fraud

National mirrors - September 17, 2015

A pastor of the Deeper Life Bible Church, Anjorin Adanikin and a Mallam, Maliu Aliyu, were sentenced to one year in prison on Thursday for defrauding local farmers in the distribution of fertilizer.
Ensuring better yields through fertilizer control

Leadership— September 17, 2015

A major challenge to farmers and the development of agriculture in Nigeria has been the corruption in the seeds and fertilizer sector.
Jigawa to partner federal university Dutse on research - Badaru

Daily trust newspaper - September 17, 2015

The Governor of Jigawa State, AlhajiMuhammaduBadaruAbubakar, has said that the state government will go into partnership with the Federal University Dutse in the area of research in science, technology and agri-business.
Chevron builds agro processing centre in Katsina

Daily trust newspaper – September 17, 2015

Chevron Nigeria Limited and its partners in the Agbami oil field are set to boost the capacity of farmers in Katsina State with the handover of a modern Agro-Based Economic Empowerment Development Project.
Ministry of agriculture launches new measures for fertilizer allocation to farmers

Bizwatch - September 11, 2015

Following the successful the 2013/14 E-Wallet System of fertilizer allocation and distribution in the country, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture is soon to introduce the National Agricultural Payment Initiative (NAPI).
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