Crop Production

Carrot Value Chain

One of agricultural produce that we come in contact with in our day to day life is Carrot which is scientifically called Daucus carota. Its one of the major source of Vitamin A, D,C,E,K and other minerals such as potassium, calcium and magnesium   Output in Nigeria Currently, we boast

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HOW TO START CASHEW FARMING TODAY

In 2017, Nigeria took the 6th place in cashew nut production in the world, according to Legit. Nigerians make fortunes on cashew export every year. However, to be successful in this, you really need to understand how the industry works. Efforts made for the purpose of improving the cultivation results

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HOW TO START A SUGARCANE FARMING BUSINESS

PROFITABILITY OF SUGARCANE FARMING BUSINESS Currently, Nigeria has the largest sugar refining plant in Africa yet most of the raw materials needed to produce sugar are imported from Brazil. This comes at a cost to the country of over $500 million every year. It is important for you to know

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HOW TO START A RICE FARM IN NIGERIA

Rice is one of the most popular products in Nigeria, accruing to the fact that her citizens consume around six million tons of rice every year; of which about 70% of the rice quantity is locally produced. Rice farming can only succeed or thrive well in an environment with the

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HOW TO MAKE PROFITS FROM GROUNDNUT FARMING

Groundnut also called peanut, a legume crop which is grown mainly for their edible seeds. It is a rainforest and savannah crop with Nigeria as one of the major producers in West-Africa.Nigeria produces over 1.55 million metric tonnes of groundnut annually and is presently the largest producers of groundnut in

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PLANTAIN FARMING

Plantain is one staple food widely grown in Nigeria and many other African countries due to its carbohydrate content. Other food like beans, rice, and groundnuts all make very good combination when taken with banana or plantain. Think again about the delicious chips that we like to eat, all these

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