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6 Things Current Farm Owners Can Teach You About Farming

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Farming can be a difficult vocation. It is, however, one of the oldest and most important businesses and one that is sure to continue...

AMREC lists benefits of egg to human health

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The Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State, in collaboration with Premier Feed Mills, has enlightened...

Malay apple Farming in Nigeria (Part 2)

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Malay Apple (Part 1) It is majorly in three colours - red, green and cream with many varieties of each type. In Nigeria, the commonest...

Why Nigerian textile factories are going under

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– From 175 companies in 1980 to 25 in 2019 – FG wades in with N100b interventions – Security outfits to source uniforms from local...

Malay apple farming in Nigeria (Part 1)

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Malay apple is presumed to be a native of Malaysia in southeast Asia. It is commonly cultivated from Java to the Philippines and Vietnam....

Most native bird species are losing their homes, even the ones...

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Across parts of Australia, vast areas of native vegetation have been cleared and replaced by our cities, farms and infrastructure. When native vegetation is removed, the...

Nigeria needs a competent customs and immigration service, not border closure

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About two months ago, the Nigerian government announced the closure of the country’s land borders to all goods. According to the country’s Comptroller-General of...

How to get fishers more involved in decisions that affect them

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South Africa’s approach to managing its fishing industry is supposed to include all interested parties. Fishers and government should work together to make decisions....

How mushroom farming can change Nigeria’s unemployment status

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One of the crops considered to yield good returns without requiring big capital is mushroom, but which many farmers ignore. Chief Michael Awunor, president of...

Border Closure Windfall: With Naija Rice Project you can earn 40%...

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Food production in Nigeria has not kept pace with population growth, resulting in rising food imports and declining levels of national food self-sufficiency. The...

How farmers are milling profits from maize

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Maize milling is a big business in Uganda because maize flour is an important staple food for most families. Factories, most of which are small...

Flooding: Averting farmers’ yearly losses

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As the rainy season gradually gets to its peak with attendant flooding, stakeholders in agric and insurance sectors are expected to step up efforts...

Kogi and Bello’s agricultural revolution

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By Michael JegedeAbout a year after Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State assumed office, he launched the Agricultural Revolution Programme (ARP) as a move...

Border closure leaves rice-loving Nigerians steaming

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The days of heaping 50kg sacks of rice across the saddle of their motorbike and slipping a few notes to a customs officer are...

This farmer used an age-old technique to save his soil and...

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Our soil is under threat. It's estimated that we've got just 60 years of topsoil left, with 24 billion tons of fertile soil lost every...

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