Nigeria woos investors

The Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Adesina Akinwumi, has called on foreign and local investors to consider the current scientific best practices, availability of land, and good climatic conditions as reasons to support and invest in agriculture in Nigeria.

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AFAN to register 300,000 farmers in Bayelsa – Chairman

The Bayelsa chapter of the All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN) said on Monday it was working hard to register no fewer than 300,000 farmers in the state.

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340,000 farmers to benefit from GES in Kebbi — Director

No fewer than 340,000 farmers in Kebbi would access incentives for the wet season farming under the Federal Government’s Growth Enhancement Support scheme, an official, has said.

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Graduate farmers wants governments to open up farmlands for youths

A graduate farmer from Edo, Nosa Amayo, has called on Federal and State Governments, to open up farmlands in every local government area in the country for youths to farm on.

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Nigeria has biotechnologically improved crops – Adesina

Nigeria has biotechnologically improved crops and not genetically modified crops, Dr Akinwumi Adesina, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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Ethiopian fertilizer plants crucial

The Ethiopian industry ministry recently announced intentions to spend $2.8 billion for setting up new fertilizer factories 300 kilometers west of Addis Ababa.

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3 companies lose licenses over suspicious fertilizer

At least three fertilizer producing companies including Mohammed Enterprises have lost their business licenses after the government revoked them explaining that the three are guilty of producing and selling substandard and/or fake fertilizers.

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Kwara Commences Sale of Agro Inputs to Farmers at Subsidized Rate

Kwara State government on Tuesday flagged off the sale and distribution of Cocoa agro inputs to farmers in the state at subsidized prices.

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FG earmarks 500,000 hectares of land for irrigation — Minister

The Federal Government on Thursday said it had earmarked 500,000 hectares of land for irrigation farming as part of effort to boost food security and job opportunities for women and youths in Nigeria.

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400,000 farmers will benefit from FG’s fertilizers in Taraba

The Federal Government said on Tuesday that 400,000 farmers would benefit from the subsidized fertilizers and seeds under its Growth Enhancement Scheme (GES) in Taraba State.

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  • Obtain quality fertilizers from reputable suppliers especially FEPSAN members
  • Store unused fertilizer away from children, fire, rain and entry of foreign material.
  • Form groups/associations to benefit from group/association dynamics
  • Allow your crops to fully mature to get quality and value
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