WACOT revives cotton farming in Katsina

Daily trust - December 18, 2014

The West African Cotton Company (WACOT) in partnership with some unnamed Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) designed intervention programmes to educate farmers in Katsina State on how to revive the declining cotton farming.

Association seeks measures to make quality seeds available to farmers

Daily independent – December 17, 2014

President of Seed Association of Nigeria (SEEDAN), Mr Richard Olafare, has called for measures that would make improved and quality seeds available to farmers at affordable prices.

Women farmers urge FG to increase agric redemption centres

Daily independent – December 16, 2014

Smallholder Women Farmers Organization in Nigeria (SHWOFON) has called on the Federal Government to increase the number of agriculture redemption centres nationwide to ease access to fertilizers and other farm inputs.

Bank demands my mother's birth certificate for loan - Young farmer

Daily independent – December 16, 2014

Nigerian youth farmers have decried the extraneous hurdles and demands of banks in accessing loans and land sites for farming activities.

Gombe farmers councels government on small, medium scale industries

Daily independent – December 16, 2014

A Gombe-based commercial farmer, Alhaji Ibrahim Babawuro, has called on the three tiers of government to establish small and medium scale industries that would process agricultural produce into second-level commodities.


Lack of diesel to power plants stalls irrigation activities at Jibia

Daily trust - December 11, 2014

Katsina irrigation farmers are worried over delay by government to provide them with fertiliser and other farm inputs to commence their farming activities.

FG unveils N45bn sugar project in north-central Nigeria

Thisday – December 10, 2014

The federal government has inaugurated a N45 billion integrated, state-of-the-art sugar project in Sunti, Niger State, North-Central Nigeria.


Researchers proffer recipe for scale out agricultural technologies

This day – December 09, 2014

Drawing from experiences and lessons learned from past agricultural projects, researchers from the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and HarvestPlus have proffered some solutions on how to scale out agricultural innovations and create impact at the farm level.
National Food Production Increases by 21m Tonnes – Minister

Leadership — December 8, 2014

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr Akinwumi Adesina, said national food production increased by 21 million metric tonnes between 2011 and 2014.
Nigeria's Aliko Dangote Emerges As Forbes 'Africa Person of the Year'

Vanguard December 8, 2014

Nigerian business man, Aliko Dangote has emerged as the Forbes Africa Person of the Year 2014.
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