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The Tomato Value Chain in Nigeria

July 18, 2017. Tomato is widely cultivated across Nigeria. Smallholder farmers planting on between 0.5 and 4 hectares of [...] Download

MAIZE: Enhancing the livelihoods of Nigerian farmers

March 1, 2017. Maize is the second most cultivated crop in Nigeria in terms of area harvested (5.8million Ha, [...] Download

Cassava: A Staple Crop in Nigeria

December 1, 2016. Cassava is a staple of choice across cultures and social divides in Nigerian households. The majority [...] Download

Rice in Nigeria: Industry Dynamics

October 1, 2015. Rice is one of the most important food commodities in West Africa. Studies conducted in Nigeria [...] Download

An Assessment of the Nigerian Poultry Sector

June 1, 2015. The Nigerian poultry industry is estimated at ₦80 billion ($600 million) and is comprised of approximately [...] Download

How Fresh is our Milk?

June 1, 2015. If you purchase milk for your child, bowl of cereal, or coffee in Nigeria, it is [...] Download

Unlocking the Palm Oil Potential in West Africa

March 1, 2015. Indigenous to West Africa, oil palm is an important crop for both industrial, retail and consumer [...] Download

Insuring the Agricultural Sector: Can it work?

November 1, 2014. Agricultural insurance is a major tool for farmers and other stakeholders to use in managing risk. [...] Download

The Role of Women in Nigerian Agriculture

September 20, 2014. Over the years, women have established more defined roles in agriculture. In Nigeria, women are involved [...] Download

Why Are Agricultural Inputs Important?

July 20, 2014. The backbone of any agricultural revolution is access of farmers to modern agricultural inputs. These agricultural [...] Download
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