Agency collaborates with Niger State government on improved rice production

The West African Agricultural Productivity Programme (WAAPP), a World Bank assisted programme, has entered into collaboration with National Cereal Research Institute (NCRI) Baddegi and Niger State Agricultural and Mechanization Development Authority (NAMDA) to boost rice production and other cereal crops in the state.


NAFDAC cautions farmers on safe use of pesticides

Hallmark News - November 11, 2014

The Director General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Dr. Paul Orhii, has advocated safe use of pesticide among farmers.

Edo ADP Trains 15,000 Farmers

Mr Jolly Ileaboya, the Edo-North Zonal Manager, Edo Agricultural Development Programme (EADP), on Tuesday said no fewer than 15,000 farmers had been trained in modern agriculture by the state government.


Maize production to contribute N200b to Nigeria's - Adesina

Daily independent - November 11, 2014

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, has said maize production is expected to contribute about N200billion to the Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product [GDP], with the wide uses of maize for both domestic and industrial uses.

BASF launches web-based farm management tool

Agro professional – November 10, 2014

BASF announced the release of the new web-based farm management tool: Compass Grower Advanced.

World Bank optimistic on food security

Daily trust - November 10, 2014

Hope for food security in Nigeria is rising as a result of the adoption of new agricultural technologies by Nigerian farmers, a World Bank Supervisory Mission has said.


Big drop in oil prices little help to farmers

Vnews - November 10, 2014 

The plunge in U.S. fuel costs is coming too late to help American farmers stung by the lowest crop prices in years.


USDA launches climate hub website

Gary Truitt – November 10, 2014

USDA launched a new website to serve as a portal for climate information.


World Bank tasks Kaduna on agric techniques

Daily trust - November 10, 2014

The World Bank has called on Kaduna State to employ modern and applicable agricultural techniques that will enhance seed multiplication and general agricultural activities.

Developing agriculture through cooperative societies

A major challenge to the development of agriculture and farmers is lack of finance. With very poor loan facilities, the development of cooperative societies may be the solution after all.

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