New wheat seeds resistant to wheat stem rust (Ug99) released in Kenya


A Kenyan university last week debuted two new varieties of disease-resistant wheat to the nation’s farmers during a two day agriculture fair held at the University of Eldoret, Western Kenya.


INDORAMA Nigeria investments to hit US $3.7 Bn by 2017

By 2017, Indorama’s investments in Nigeria targeted at revamping the Eleme Petrochemicals, building a port terminal, fertilizer and  methanol plants would have risen to US$ 3.7 billion (about N599 billion).


Oyo West LG farmers get free fertilizers, cutlasses

A trailer load of fertilizers has been distributed free of charge to farmers in Oyo West Local Government Area of Oyo State.


Africa Can Help Feed Africa: Regulatory barriers to Africa food trade

Last October, the World Bank published very important reports on Africa, “Africa Can Help Feed Africa: Removing barriers to regional trade in food staples”.


Nigeria to control 10% global fertilizer market by 2017-Minister of Petroleum Resources

Nigeria is being positioned to control 10per cent of the global fertilizer market by 2017, the Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, has said.


Mainstreet Bank spends N10bn on fertilizer distribution

Mainstreet Bank, one of the nationalized banks, has so far committed N10bn to fertilizer distribution in the country through agro dealers, its Group Managing Director, Faith Tuedor-Matthews, has said.


FG approves N15bn soft loan for farmers…to privatize Bank of Agriculture

The Federal Government, in a bid to stimulate finance to the agriculture sector, has approved that the sum of N15bn be given to farmers at single-digit interest rate.


FMARD: Press Review-September 9, 2013

Bank CEOs assured of increased Agric Financing


Dangote signs $3.3 bln loan from banks for refinery

Nigeria’s Dangote Industries clinched a $3.3 billion syndicated loan from banks on Wednesday for a 400,000 barrel-per-day oil refinery and petrochemical plant, saying the project would cut African reliance on international markets.


FMARD: Press Review-September 4, 2013

Nigeria earned $900m from cocoa in 2012-Adesina

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