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How farmers can maximise economic benefits of yam

Experts have advised Nigerian yam farmers to explore...

Soil scientists warn charlatans to steer clear of practice

The Nigeria Institute of Soil Science (NISS) has said...

UK institute commends Nigeria’s role in African root, tuber value chains

Celebrating its 125 years of research and impacts, the...

NASC, seed company present cotton seeds to farmers

The National Agricultural Seed Council, NASC, in...

Farmers decry withholding of policy premium by banks.

Farmers in the country have expressed concerns over...

Farmers’ Group Urge Govt To Increase Investment In Agriculture

A group, Nigeria Farmers Group and Cooperative...

Nigeria To Have Regulations For Abattoir Management Soon —NIAS President

The President Nigerian Institute of Animal Science...

NAFDAC Charges Agro-Input Dealers, Farmers On Responsible Use Of Agrochemicals

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration...

Crop cultivation in Nigeria requires additional 48m hectares

Professor of Botany, Dr Omotoye Olorode, has said that...
How farmers can maximise economic benefits of yam

How farmers can maximise economic benefits of yam

Experts have advised Nigerian yam farmers to explore various opportunities to add value to the produce and in the process, increase their profitability and sustainability. This comes as the country’s position as the largest producer of the tuber crop could become...

Soil scientists warn charlatans to steer clear of practice

Soil scientists warn charlatans to steer clear of practice

The Nigeria Institute of Soil Science (NISS) has said it is ready to clampdown on unqualified and fake soil scientists in the country. The institute said it had reached an advanced stage towards the planned prosecution of unqualified soil scientists. The Registrar,...

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