From August, Nigerians will pay more for everything they consume

VenturesAfrica – July 24, 2015

The signs are already visible: the prices for tomatoes, yam, poultry, and fuel are climbing, and at an alarming rate.
Cooperative trains 5, 000 women on cassava foods in Borno

Leadership newspaper — July 24, 2015

The Cassava Farmers Cooperative Union says no fewer than 5000 women in Borno have so far been trained to produce good varieties of cassava foods.
In Ghana: 2 constables grabbed for escorting fertilizers

Vibeghana – July 23, 2015

The Brong-Ahafo Regional Police Command has arrested two Police Constables for escorting 390 bags of stolen cocoa fertilizers from Sankore in the Asonafo South District in Brong-Ahafo Region to Kumasi.
Gombe farmers get fertilizer

The Guardian - July 23, 2015

Gombe State Governor, Ibrahim DankwamboGOMBE State government said it has distributed about 12,000 metric tonnes of assorted fertilizer and 35 metric tonnes of improved maize seeds to farmers in the state for this year’s cropping season.
Poor harvest looms as irregular rainfall continues

Daily trust - July 23, 2015

Fear is widespread among farmers in the FCT and some states in Nigeria as irregular and poor rainfall conditions are threatening crop harvest this year in the affected areas.
FG urged to use $5.6b private sector agric investment for infrastructure

Daily independent - July 22, 2015

National Co-ordinator of Micro Reforms for African Agribusiness (MIRA), Dr. Tony Bello, has urged the Federal Government to leverage on the $5.6billion private sector investment commitments in the agricultural sector under the Agricultural Transformation Agenda to provide infrastructure for the development of agribusiness in Nigeria.
Dangote’s Jigawa rice farm poised to be Africa’s largest

Bizwatch - July 21, 2015

Jigawa State government as well as host communities has pledged their support for the Dangote Rice project, which is expected to be the largest in Africa and with prospects for creation of thousands of job opportunities.
'Nigeria will save $50 Billion annually if local Agric production is protected'

Thisday live - July 21, 2015

The Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA), ‎has said that over $50 billion would be saved annually if local production was protected by developing a deliberate policy restricting importation of agricultural products that could be produced locally.
IFDC Announces Leadership Changes: Amit Roy to Retire after Decades of Service; Board Names New President and CEO

IFDC - July 17, 2015

The International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) today announced that its president and CEO, Dr. Amit Roy, will retire after 37 years of service on December 31, 2015. 
Tomato pests attack: Experts say it is Tuta Absoluta

Daily trust - July 16, 2015

Stakeholders in the agricultural sector have taken steps in order to save the destruction of tomatoes by ravaging disease in recent times.
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