Nigeria/Kenya in pact on agric technology cooperation

The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Nairobi, Kenya-based African Agriculture Technology Foundation (AATF) on cooperation in a wide range of areas to enable Nigerian farmers to have access to cutting-edge agricultural technologies to improve crop yields, reduce poverty and create wealth.

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Federal government adopts credit scheme for rice millers

The Federal Government has designed a credit scheme for 10 initially pre-qualified firms to set up 17 model rice processing mills in the country.

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Federal Government to Assist 29,500 Cassava Farms

The Federal Government is to provide machines for the cultivation of 29,500 cassava farms.

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46,000 RURAL FARMERS GET LOANS

The Rural Finance Institution Building (RUFIN) programme has facilitated loans for 46,000 rural farmers to boost rural agriculture and small businesses.

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HarvestPlus to launch online market for farmers 

HarvestPlus Nigeria on Thursday said it would launch an online market for farmers in the country to ease communication between sellers and buyers.

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 IITA boss wants governments to use agric for job creation

The Director-General of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Dr Nteranya Sanginga, has called on governments to make use of the potential in agriculture to create wealth and jobs.

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 Include shea butter tree in reforestation programme, expert urges FG

Dr Adeboyin Aderounmu, a forestry expert at the  Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN), Ibadan,  has urged the Federal Government to include  shea butter tree in its reforestation programme.

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Osun Govt. approves 15% subsidy on agric implements

The Osun Government said that it had approved a 15 per cent subsidy on agricultural implements for farmers in the state.

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Notore Nigeria promises easy access to fertilizers by farmers, as distributor opens warehouse in Dutse

The Chief Executive of NOTORE an agro allied company, Mr. Onajite Okoloko said the company has designed a strategy to make fertilisers and improved seeds accessible and available to farmers at affordable prices.

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Vitamin A fortified sorghum released by researchers

The National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA) said the new nutrients added to sorghum by Nigerian researchers will benefit millions of people across the country.

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