NSCDC uncovers adulterated fertilizer factory in Niger State

All Africa - August 13, 2015

Minna — The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Niger State Command has uncovered a factory which mixed coloured clay with Notre Granule Urea and sold them to unsuspecting members of the public, particularly farmers as genuine fertilizer.
Nigeria must turn to agriculture now - Buhari

Guardian Newspaper – August 9, 2015

President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that given the reality of the global financial situation, the time has come for Nigerians to do more than pay mere lip service to agriculture, as crude oil and gas exports will no longer be sufficient as the country's major revenue earner.
Bakalori irrigation farmers suffer rice, wheat glut

All Africa News – August 9, 2015

Wheat and rice farmers at the Bakalori irrigation site in Zamfara State are groaning under what they described as a major glut in the wheat and rice markets, lamenting selling their farm produce at give away prices.
Senate bemoans ban of Nigeria’s Agric products by EU

Biz Nigeria - August 7, 2015

The Senate on Thursday, August 6,ordered the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control NAFDAC, the Ministry of Health and the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) to be alive in its regulatory oversights especially on food and agricultural products.
Kano Govt to distribute fertiliser through Community Reorientation Committee

LeadershipNewspaper – August 6, 2015

The Kano State Government says fertlisers will henceforth be distributed through Community Reorientation Committee (CRC), which had replaced the Mobile Phone Distribution System.
CEO retiring from Alabama-based fertilizer center

Ksl - August 6, 2015

Nobody can see into the future, but as a young man in India, Amit Roy found the spark that would ultimately lead him on a path to help provide his country and the rest of the world with the knowledge and the means to increase yield and quality of food production.
Creating the world's largest publicly traded nitrogen company

Seekingalpha - August 6, 2015

CF Industries (CF) and OCI (OCINY) have entered into an agreement under which CF will combine with OCI's European, North American and Global Distribution businesses in a transaction valued at approximately $8B. CF Industries has gained 13% this year, giving it a market value of $14.5B, while OCI has surged 28%, valuing it at €6.4B ($6.9B).
Agro chemicals: experts raise concern over food safety

Daily Trust - August 06, 2015

Agricultural and health experts at different fora have continued to raise concern over the application of banned agro chemicals in the nation’s food production sector.
Our Challenges are increasing – Maize farmers

Daily trust - August 06, 2015

Maize farmers in the FCT and its environs have lamented that the failure of the Growth Enhancement Support Scheme (GES) of the federal government has increased the challenges they have been facing over the years.
Fertilizer cost swallows farmers’ income

Business News - August 4, 2015

The high cost of fertiliser coupled with the lack of access to credit by smallholder farmers in the country is eroding the earnings on their investments thereby cutting yields from the agricultural sector and putting food security at risk, Dr. Kofi Debrah, Chief of Party, USAID West Africa Fertilizer Program, has disclosed to the B&FT.
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