Tag Archives: Farm Cultivation & Management

Let’s talk about cucumber

Cucumber is a long, green, and lean garden vegetable. Actually, it’s a fruit because it contains seeds and grows from the ovaries of flowering plants, but they are mostly considered veggies. Cucumbers are members of the plant family Cucurbitaceae, which also includes squashes and melons. The comme...
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We are ready for cashew-cassava planting season for 2021

 Hurray!!! It’s rainy season again, the cashew-cassava plantation season. A season to sow and reap bountifully I know you might be wondering what is special about cashew-cassava, trust me! it has a lot of specs. want to know? Follow me closely. Intercropping is one big way to cash out in agricult...
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Hydroponics

How many times have you walked out to your garden/farm and seen one of your plants thriving while its next-door-neighbor is drooping? In such situations, it is almost impossible to know which variable is negatively affecting your droopy plant. Could it be a pest problem? Are the nutrients in the soi...
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Farm Cycle Rebirth: Success Tips

As one considers what to do to make a living on perhaps that two-acre parcel you’ve had for a while or going fully into agriculture; there are major factors to consider, a screen through which one’s dreams must pass. Here are some factors we have identified; A passion for growing: Labour...
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MUSHROOM: THE HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE

Mushrooms Mushrooms in themselves do not necessarily need an introduction simply because they are quite common and are found growing everywhere you can possibly think of. They grow in places that include the ground, on other plants, wooden surfaces, concrete floors, metal surfaces, etc. Most of us a...
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AFRICAN SWINE FEVER (ASF) CURBED: PORKERVEST EXPANSION

African swine fever (ASF) African swine fever (ASF) is a very contagious and deadly disease that is endemic to sub-Sahara Africa and is caused by a virus known as ASFV (African Swine Fever Virus) which attacks pigs in general (domestic and wild pigs inclusive), causing a hemorrhagic fever in them wh...
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Why Pig farming

GET PIGGY WITH IT!

It may surprise you to know that pork (pig meat) is the most widely consumed meat in the world alongside poultry and beef. Surprised, right? Another thing you probably didn’t know is that pig products have some of the most versatile uses on earth. Pigs probably have the highest profit potentia...
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go green

FOOD SECURITY – GO GREEN, THE RECYCLE OF LIFE!

Food security is the measure of the availability of food and the ability of individuals to access it. It can also be simply defined as the ability of all people at all times to have physical, social, and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food that meets their food preferences and d...
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Greenhouse: The technology we can't live without.

GREENHOUSE, THE TECHNOLOGY WE CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT

Unfavourable weather and climate conditions can be quite a challenge to achieving maximum yield in crop production. Weather and climate conditions play an important role in determining the pace of crop production. However, during times when the global food security strongly depends on crop productio...
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Hidden truths about Cashew farming III

Hidden truths about Cashew Farming III

Planting and growing your cashew trees. There are three main varieties of cashew which are Brazilian cashew, Chinese cashew, Indian cashew. Brazilian cashew is the most grown in Nigeria. Its color may be white, light-yellow, or ash. The ash color is the most common one. Before planting, selecting is...
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