Monthly Archives: September 2019

WHY IS CASHEW ONE OF THE TOP 5 EXPORTABLE CROPS.

Nigeria is ranked 14th in the global index of cashew nut exports with about 60million dollars made yearly and produces about 20% of the world cashew production.   Exporting cash crops comes with a lot of challenges such as perishability and flaunctuating demands in the international market. Major e...
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AGRO-INVESTMENT AS A MEDIUM OF NATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

There has been a recent call for diversification by economists and public analysts from crude oil as Nigeria’s major export and source of revenue due to the continuous fall in the international price of oil. This has been met with applauds because of the present state of the economy. The state...
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YOUNG FARMERS GIVEN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE THE FUTURE

Young Farmers given opportunity to secure the future To catch them young, the British American Tobacco Nigeria Foundation (BATNF) has launched the Farmers for the Future (F4F) grant aimed to give young people the opportunity to access funds for viable agricultural enterprises. Announcing the initiat...
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Combating post-harvest losses

A third of the global food wastage happens during post-harvest according to international reports. According to figures by the Nigerian Incentive-Based Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending (NIRSAL), Nigeria loses about $9 billion yearly due to poor post-harvest management. More than 30 perce...
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