Federal government to review food imports policy

Buznews - August 31, 2015

The Federal Government has announced that it intends to review the import policy on staple food items such as rice, wheat and fish.
Belaruskali's products in over 100 countries by late 2015

Eng -  August 30, 2015

OAO Belaruskali intends to start shipping its products to over 100 countries across the globe by the end of 2015, Belaruskali Director General Ivan Golovaty told BelTA.
Flood destroys N100m farm produce in Sokoto state

Leadership newspaper— Aug 30, 2015

Farm produce worth over N100 million were detroyed by flood in 27 villages in Wurno Local Government Area of Sokoto State, the Chairnan of the Local Government, Alhaji Shehu Chacho, has said.
BOI invests N773 million for development of MSMEs

Daily trust - August 27, 2015

The Bank Of Industry has earmarked N773 million for the development of 171 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) projects in Gombe State.
Onion farmers attribute glut to absence of storage facilities

Daily trust - August 26 2015

Onion farmers in Katsina State have attributed the glut of the commodity in the market to lack of modern storage facilities that can preserve the onions for a long period of time.

Local and international stakeholders to invest N800 billion in Nigeria’s agricultural sector

Bizwatch - August 26, 2015

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr. Sonny Echono, has disclosed that the nation’s key development partners under the New Alliance Cooperative Agreement Framework/Grow Africa initiative are committed to a funding equivalent of N100bn ($500m) for the country’s agricultural sector for a three-year period, the Federal Government has said.
Institute warns against outbreak of cassava killer-disease

The Nation newspaper - August 25, 2015

National Root Crops Research Institute (NRCRI), Umudike,Abia State has warned against the outbreak of the deadly Cassava Brown Streak Disease (CBSD).
Fertiliser price cut boost for food security

All Africa – August 22, 2015

The decision by the fertilizer industry to slash the price of fertiliser by 20 percent has potential to boost agricultural output for the 2015/16 agricultural season and beyond if all stakeholders play ball.
Nigeria to produce 1.5m tonnes of wheat by 2017 ahead of import cuts

Bizwatch - August 25, 2015

Nigeria’s Lake Chad Research Institute has disclosed plans to boost its wheat output and cut imports by half by 2017 as farmers ramp up production of two new strains that thrive well in warmer climates.
Organic, Bio fertilizers to be promoted: Dir Agric SRINAGAR, PAKISTAN

Dailykashmirimages - August 22, 2015

A joint meeting of Nodal Officers of Agriculture department, various dealers and the representatives of   manufacturing companies dealing with Bio and Organic fertilizers was held here at Agriculture Complex Lal Mandi today under the chairmanship of Director Agriculture Kashmir, Altaf Aijaz Andrabi.
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