Why army cut supply of fertiliser, in Adamawa, Yobe, Adamawa- Buratai

Vanguard Newspaper - June 21, 2016

CHIEF of Army Staff, COAS, Lt. Gen Yusuf Buratai, yesterday explained that the army decided to stop the supply of fertilizers in three troubled States of North East in order to stop the production of Improvised Explosive Device, IED, by the Islamist militants, Boko Haram.
Lagos, Kebbi, Access bank partner on rice mill project for food sufficiency

This day Newspaper - June 20, 2016

The governments of Lagos and Kebbi States have signed a joint venture agreement for the establishment of a modern and commercially viable rice mill complex aimed at increasing Nigeria’s capacity to grow and produce rice for local consumption and enhancing the country’s food sufficiency.
Kano launches anchor borrowers scheme to enhance rice production

This day Newspaper - June 20, 2016

Kano State Government on Thursday in Kano formally launched the state/CBN Anchor Borrowers Scheme in its efforts to diversify agricultural production for food security, job creation and economic diversification.
Reps to investigate hike in fertilizer price

Daily Trust Newspaper - June 14, 2016

The House of Representatives on Tuesday, said it would investigate reported increase in the price of fertiliser in the country.
NAFDAC, stakeholders differ on imported tomato pastes

Daily trust Newspaper - June 13, 2016

The joint committees on healthcare services and drugs and narcotics chaired by Reps Chike John Okafor (APC, Imo) and EuchariaAzodo (PDP, Anambra) during their investigative sitting heard that indeed there existed substandard imported tomato pastes in Nigeria, which should be banned.
EU extends ban on beans import from Nigeria

Premium Times - June 9, 2016

The European Union has extended its ban on importation of dried beans from Nigeria by three years.

FG distributes 500 threshers, 100 tillers to farmers

Vanguard Newspaper - June 9, 2016

The Federal Government on Thursday in Abuja distributed 500 units of threshers and 100 units of power tillers to rice producing farmers in 12 states.

Turkey suspends sale of fertilizers containing Nitrate

Abcnews — June 9, 2016

Turkey is temporarily suspending the sale of fertilizers containing nitrate that are used to make explosives, Turkey's agriculture minister said Thursday, after two car bombings this week killed 17 people.
Osinbajo inaugurates presidential committee on rice, wheat production

In a move to make Nigeria self-sufficient in rice and wheat, acting President, Yemi Osinbajo yesterday inaugurated a presidential committee on the two commodities.
Aregbesola, Ogbeh, Ooni flag off cashew farming in Osun

AgroNigeria — June 9, 2016

Towards ensuring a sustainable agricultural revolution as a panacea to current economic hard­ship occasioned by the sharp drop in crude oil price, Osun State Gover­nor, Rauf Aregbesola, has flagged off the 2016 Ca­shew planting season.
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