Latest Trends Of Agricultural Development In Nigeria News
Agric businesses in Nigeria accounted for 2.28% in the Nigerian economy which grew by 0.51%. According to NBS, fish and crop sectors grew by 3.24% and 2.31.
1300 direct jobs and 3000 indirect employment opportunities will be available by September 2021 in Akwa Ibom as a coconut factory is set to berth in the state.
Ovaioza, the owner of an agricultural storage company for buying, storage, and resell of grains shared tips on how to venture into the agricultural sector.
The laudable initiative is the brainchild of the Gboyega Oyetola-led Osun state government, a private company, and Nigeria's apex bank, Central Bank of Nigeria
A Nigerian man who has farm on a many acres of land has spoken about his farming system in a video that has since gone viral. He has seven wives and many kids
FarmPower being an Agric-investment platform is leveraging on sustainability of its product by allowing investors to be part of it. It is located in Ogun state.