Monday, December 17, 2018
Tomato sellers blame lack of irrigation, others, for price increase in Kwara

Tomato farmers contain pest, flood Mile 12 market with supplies

There are strong indications that farmers may have successfully contained the menace of Tuta Absoluta, the pest which ravaged tomato farms across the country...
World Bank urges African Govts to embrace PPP to bridge deficit gaps

Fadama III: World Bank earmarks $50m in North-East

The World Bank says it has earmarked 50 million dollars to fast track the implementation of Fadama III, Lead Economist Tunji Oredipe has disclosed. Oredipe...
Dangote refutes report on importation of poisonous rice

Dangote refutes report on importation of poisonous rice

Dangote group on Tuesday debunked widely circulated broadcast that the company was allegedly partnering with the Federal Government to import and flood the market...
7yrs gone, Aregbesola still blame PDP for Osun woes

17,000 farmers empowered through intervention loans to boost agric in Osun

No fewer than 17,000 farmers at least, have benefitted from the loans scheme of the Osun Quick Impact Intervention Programme (QUIIP) as part of...
Farming activities resume in Jigawa

Farmers predict bumper harvest as prices drop

Prices of some food items in some states of the North-East have dropped slightly as farmers anticipate bumper harvest this year, a survey by...
Farming activities resume in Jigawa

Food crisis: Lawmaker urges Nigerians to return to farm

A lawmaker, Mr Mohammed Okpede, on Monday in Nasarawa, urged Nigerians to return to farm as a way of quickly addressing the nation’s food...
Farming activities resume in Jigawa

Maize farmers’ association decries delay in passage of 2018 Budget

Maize Growers, Processors and Marketers Association of Nigeria (MAGPAMAN) said on Wednesday that the delay in the passage of the 2018 budget had affected...
Prices of staple foods soar in spite of harvesting period

Prices of staple foods soar in spite of harvesting period

The prices of staple foods in markets around Lagos metropolis are still high in spite of the fact that majority of the produce are...
Lake rice subsidised by N1bn since inception — LASG

Lagos rolls out Lake Rice next week, to sell N13,000

Lagos State Government has confirmed its readiness to flood the market with its new Lake Rice and sell to Lagosians at N13,000 per 50...
Change in grazing patterns will address farmers-herders clashes, says OgbehChange in grazing patterns will address farmers-herders clashes, says Ogbeh

FG targets production of 8m tonnes of rice in 2018 wet season

The Federal Government says it is targeting the production of eight million tonnes of paddy by rice farmers across the country in 2018 wet...