Tagged as: AgTrends

Youth Start-Up 2018 – December Interview- MyFarmBase Africa

MyFarmBase Africa‘s Youth Start-Up of The Month was created to tell the stories of young farmers and agricpreneurs alongside reaching out to prospective farmers to learn from their successes and failures with the sole aim of increasing food production and making huge profits from the different value chains in agriculture.

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Experts Harp on Smart Farming to Boost Economy – Guardian

Some experts in the agricultural sector have called on Nigerian youths to leverage the innovative emerging technologies to power agriculture and boost the nation’s economy in an effort to create employment rather than wait for white collar jobs. This call came during the Smart Farming Café hosted recently by Myfarmbase

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Call For Volunteers 2018 – MyFarmBase Africa

Call For Volunteers Application Deadline: Thursday, 20th December 2018. https://goo.gl/forms/aFR3nPjQC9XfhzQh2 Are you a Student in any Tertiary Institution in Africa? Are you a recent graduate or you were just posted for NYSC in Nigeria? Are you also passionate about Agriculture, Food Security and Emerging Technologies (Artificial Intelligence, Drones, Blockchain, Hydroponics

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Youth Start Up of The Month

MyFarmBase Africa‘s Youth Start Up of The Month was created to tell the stories of young farmers and agricpreneurs alongside reaching out to prospective farmers to learn from their successes and failures with the sole aim of increasing food production and making huge profits from the different value chains in

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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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SUPPORTING FARMERS ON WORLD FOOD DAY

On our tour to the farming village at Olounda, in commemoration of the world food day, I’m drawn to the Phillip Plein logo on the okada man’s yellow shirt. The shirt’s conspicuousness is obvious to the eyes as most fake labels are wont to do. Pandering to the consumerist ego

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IMPROVED POST-HARVEST FACILITIES BY VEGETABLE FARMERS

AWARENESS AND KNOWLEDGE OF IMPROVED POST-HARVEST STORAGE AND PACKAGING FACILITIES BY VEGETABLE FARMERS IN OGUN STATE Vegetable is any part of a plant that is consumed by humans as food as/as part of a meal. Vegetables are rich and comparatively cheaper source of antioxidant vitamins A, C and E. Vegetables

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How Farmers in Cooperative Societies Access Funding

How farmers in cooperative societies access funding in a blockchain ecosystem. https://archive.org/details/Agroplexy This podcast https://archive.org/details/Agroplexy brought to you by MyFarmBase Africa explains how farmers will enjoy financial assistance as soon as they start to leverage on Blockchain. Blockchain stores any kind of document for a long period of time. It

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INNOVATIVE FINANCING FOR SMALLHOLDER AND LARGE SCALE FARMERS

Why do we need innovative financing in Agriculture? https://archive.org/details/AgfinanceMixdown One of the major challenges faced by farmers is finance; the question of how to keep their farms running, without going into debt or becoming bankrupt. In this podcast made by MyFarmBase Africa, our guest, Mrs Bamidele, a British Nigerian Agriculture

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