How coffee farmers sponsor government projects in Ethiopia

Daily Trust -  July 24, 2014

Ethiopia, a poor East African country with record of abject poverty, is now one of the fastest growing economies in that region.


Nigeria releases first herbicide-resistant hybrid maize

Daily Trust - July 24, 2014

The Nigerian National Variety Release Committee (NVRC) has unveiled the first generation of maize hybrids, resistant to metsulfuron methyl herbicide, that are also endowed with resistance to the noxious parasitic weed Striga hermonthica.


Nigeria: Chinese company wants partnership with FG to develop sweet sorghum

Daily Independent – July 24, 2014

A Chinese company, Beijing United Autumn Clean Energy Technology, on Thursday called for partnership with the Federal Government to develop sweet sorghum to produce bio-fuel.


‘Nigeria Will Produce Additional 22m Tonnes Of Food By 2015’

Leadership — Jul 24, 2014

The minister of agriculture and rural development, Dr Akinwumi Adesina, has said Nigeria would surpass its target to produce 22 million tonnes of additional food by 2015.


NISER tasks governments to partner private sector, institutions on food security

Business Day - July 23, 2014

To mitigate the incessant food crop losses in Nigeria following the prevalent poor post-harvest management, a team of researchers at the Nigeria Institute for Social and Economic Research (NISER) has called on the federal and state governments to partner the private sector and the various agricultural institutions in the country to design and mass produce affordable storage facilities including average-sized silos adaptable to local condition.


Saudi fertilizer industry set for era of growth and diversification, says GPCA

Dubai, UAE; July 22, 2014

Kingdom accounts for 40% of regional fertilizer production, according to latest industry data released by GPCA

The Saudi fertilizer industry leads regional production and is set to usher in a period of strong growth and diversification, according to Dr. Abdulwahab Al-Sadoun, Secretary-General of the Gulf Petrochemicals & Chemicals Association (GPCA).


Nigeria: Enugu to Benefit From U.S.$200 Million World Bank Support - Commissioner

All Africa – July 21, 2014

Rice farmers in Enugu State are to benefit from the $200 million National FADAMA III additional financing for rice intervention, the Commissioner for Agriculture, Chief Mike Eneh, has said.


Ministry begins distribution of oil palm inputs to farmers

Daily Independent – July 21, 2014

The Cross River Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, has commenced the distribution of oil palm inputs to farmers for the 2014 farming season.


FG allocates 247,000 bags of fertilizer to farmers in Katsina

Leadership - July 21, 2014

The Federal Government has allocated 247, 000 bags of fertiliser for sale to farmers in Katsina State, through the Growth Enhancement Support (GES) scheme’s  e-wallet for the 2014 farming season.


Nigeria: FG to assist Uganda to domesticate E-Wallet System

Daily independent - 21 July 2014

The Federal Government on Monday pledged to assist the Ugandan Government to domesticate the Nigerian E-Wallet system to tackle challenges facing the country’s agricultural sector.

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