120,000 Local Rice Producers To Benefit From African Rice Initiative

June 7, 2014

The German Ministry of Economic Cooperation has launched the Competitive African Rice Initiative (CARI) project to reach 120,000 rice producers in Nigeria, Ghana, Burkina Faso, and Tanzania.


Agriculture Lending in Nigeria is Growing — Adesina

June 7, 2014

The successes recorded in the agricultural sector under the Agriculture Transformation Agenda (ATA) have led to increased lending to the sector by banks within and outside the country.


Spreadsheet-based calculator helps organic farmers use fertilizer more efficiently

Jun 06, 2014

Oregon State University has developed a new spreadsheet-based tool that will allow small-scale organic farmers to more accurately estimate nutrient contributions from cover crops and fertilizers.


Nigeria earns $900m from cocoa export, says Adesina

June 3, 2014,

Nigeria has earned $900 million from local cocoa production, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina has said.


15,000 farmers benefit from N375m BOA loan in Borno

June 02, 2014

Some 15,000 cassava farmers have so far benefited from the N375 million loan facility provided by the Bank of Agriculture (BOA) to boost cassava production.


Dangote to partner North East in agriculture

The President of the Dangote Group of Companies, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, has pledged to partner with state governments in the North East to develop the area.


Stakeholder Speaks On Accurate Weather Predictions as a Means of Boosting Food Production

The President, Lagos State Apex Fadama Community Association, Alhaji Mufutau Abiodun Oyelekan, has said that Demand for accurate weather predictions by farmers could enable private forecasting firms to enter the industry, leading to an ultimate increase in food production.


FinMin proposes rationalization of fertilizer subsidy delivery

Saddled with an ever-increasing burden of fertilizer subsidy, the finance ministry has proposed rationalization of the subsidy disbursal system as a priority for the new government.


Group wants smallholder farmers to benefit from N23bn Afdb loan

A coalition of civil society organizations known as Voices For Food Security (VFS), has called on the federal government to effectively utilize the recently secured $152m (about N23bn) African Development Bank (AfDB) loan by focusing more on smallholder farmers in Nigeria.


GES: C/River farmers get 16.8M bags of fertilizer, chemicals

Registered farmers in Cross River State are to receive 16,760,888bags of 100kilogrammes of fertilizers and agro-chemicals under the Growth Enhancement Scheme (GES) of the federal government, Minister for Agriculture Dr Akinwumi Adesina has said.

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